#2
The original crybaby? No, its not a good effect. Save up and get a Vox or something, I have a Crybaby and I dispise it, and I wish I would get more than $20 for it if i wanted to sell it, so I am stuck with it.
#3
Hell Ya!

I was just gonna start a thread, but I'll ask in this one...

Difference between the Cry Baby wah and the heavey metal version i.e. Dimebag?
#4
Quote by ToBeAGooner
The original crybaby? No, its not a good effect. Save up and get a Vox or something, I have a Crybaby and I dispise it, and I wish I would get more than $20 for it if i wanted to sell it, so I am stuck with it.


$20 is a good price, maybe SGlover is interested? I paid $99 new for mine
#5
Quote by Chazzy29
$20 is a good price, maybe SGlover is interested? I paid $99 new for mine


You must have got a different model, the original is no more than $70 new.
#6
Quote by ToBeAGooner
You must have got a different model, the original is no more than $70 new.


Jim Dunlop USA GCB-95. I purchased it from the local music store, so I'm sure that I over paid.
#7
What about Classic Crybaby?
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#8
the dimewah is pretty versitle. its got a really wide range that you can shape to you liking. i have one and i love the thing.
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#9
Hmm.. Well, what gear do you have now, whats your budget, what styles do you play? The cheaper models aren't the best, if you get a Cry Baby you should get a 535Q model. If it's out of your budget then I suggest saving up for it, because if you get a cheaper one you'll regret it and end up spending even more to get a good one.
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#10
535Q models are amazing. Get one now!

If it's out of your price range, get a Vox Clyde McCoy Wah - the orginial Wah pedal. If you want prove it's good - you heard Voodoo Child (Slight Return)? There you are then.
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#12
Yeah, I hear good things about the Tremonti Power Wah by Morley.
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#13
yeh there was a vid on youtube showing tremonti's rig and i gotta though its really basic its ****ing cool
#14
If you get the basic GCB-95 Dunlop Crybaby, you will probably be dissapointed. It is the cheapest wah, and also one of the worst. However, with a few simple modifications it can sound $100 more expensive. Of course, you need to know how to change the resistors, etc. Check out the "Ultimate Accessories Thread" in the guitar, gear, and accessories forum.
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