#1
should i get an original crybaby?...i play all types of music and have wanted a good wah for a while


is the crybaby good to get or would you have any other suggestions?


thanx a ton
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#2
are you any good with soldering and small circuits? If so, you can make a stock crybaby(GCB-95) a great pedal for a few dollars and some time. You can basically mod it to the sig pedals if you wanted, like the ZW. Otherwise, I would stay away from it. It's noisey(even off - no "true bypass"), has a crappy sweep, and it's harsh sounding and nasaly at the extremes. Go for at least a 535Q if you are going Dunlop, otherwise I would check out other companies like Vox. What kind of music do you play, and what's your price limit?
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#3
If you're not plannin' on modding it, no, it's not good at all.

Get a Vox v847.
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#4
Quote by Erock503
are you any good with soldering and small circuits? If so, you can make a stock crybaby(GCB-95) a great pedal for a few dollars and some time. You can basically mod it to the sig pedals if you wanted, like the ZW. ?

True, I modded mine into a JH Wah with a true bypass mod and inductor change and other mods. Sounds a little like a Clyde McCoy wah
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