#1
My Dunlop Cry Baby is off to the pedal box graveyard.....again. This is the 3rd or 4th one, I don't over use it so damn, is it reasonable to buy one every 4 years?

Also related to this ---- how reliable are talk boxes? I want to buy one but most of my pedals seem to die.
1. The SG stands for “solid guitar.”
#2
I've had one for like 10 years and I got it used. Maybe they just don't make them like they used to?
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#4
The last one I brought to our warehouse jam plugged in and it started making a really wierd high pitch, like a bad transistor or something. Not sure how to describe it but you can not hear the guitar at all, just a high pitch that changes if you rock the pedal. Sorta sounds funny in a way.....
1. The SG stands for “solid guitar.”
#7
Quote by GezzyDiversion
I've had mine nearly 6 years, no problem at all.


Dunlop?
1. The SG stands for “solid guitar.”
#8
Quote by Marrowoflife
The last one I brought to our warehouse jam plugged in and it started making a really wierd high pitch, like a bad transistor or something. Not sure how to describe it but you can not hear the guitar at all, just a high pitch that changes if you rock the pedal. Sorta sounds funny in a way.....

So... plugged it in the wrong way round?
#9
haha man you have to plug guitar into guitar and amp into amp you know
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#10
Quote by Marrowoflife
The last one I brought to our warehouse jam plugged in and it started making a really wierd high pitch, like a bad transistor or something. Not sure how to describe it but you can not hear the guitar at all, just a high pitch that changes if you rock the pedal. Sorta sounds funny in a way.....

........

You plugged it in backwards.
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#12
Quote by Faux
I hope this hasn't been the 'problem' with all your crybabys...

On the contrary. I hope it has.



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#13
Quote by prleLTD
haha man you have to plug guitar into guitar and amp into amp you know


Holy Shit. The shame......Maybe I did have it backwards.

You did that too?
1. The SG stands for “solid guitar.”
#14
On the contrary. I hope it has.

No, just this one. I still have all of them.
1. The SG stands for “solid guitar.”