#1
So i've decided to buy one and i would like to know what you guys this is the best
#2
Classic sound or modern sound?
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#3
I cant really reccommend them since I havent played many but, I have an Ibanez Weeping Demon, and it's a very good wah, I've also heard god things about Vox, and the Crybaby 535Q.
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#5
I'm like my Vox, it's been a pretty well-rounded pedal for 2 years
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#7
Well, i just got a Dunlop Crybaby. I dont know the model number, but i can find out cause its on the bottom. It pink, and it has a nice sound. At first i was gonna get the Dunlop Dimebag Wah, but it was too expensive for me.
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#8
Don't Go Dunlop..You'll regret it.

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#9
weeping demon.
probably the most amazing and variable wah there is.
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#11
i got at Dunlop Crybaby standard wah. Not top of the line, not complete crap. Its my first wah, and it does its job.
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#12
Dunlop:

Somehow... SOMEHOW, even though these things are supposedly mass produced to fit a standard, VARY in their tonal quality.

I have played on several Crybaby classics and own a 535Q. My friends Crybaby is the best wah I have ever played, bar none. However, every one I have tried since sounded like royal crap. Same with the Q... there wasnt a good range.

To me, buying a dunlop is a gamble that could turn out good or bad. But like I said, I love my Vox and it has come close to that magical crybaby, but not close enough
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#13
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Dunlop:

Somehow... SOMEHOW, even though these things are supposedly mass produced to fit a standard, VARY in their tonal quality.

I have played on several Crybaby classics and own a 535Q. My friends Crybaby is the best wah I have ever played, bar none. However, every one I have tried since sounded like royal crap. Same with the Q... there wasnt a good range.

To me, buying a dunlop is a gamble that could turn out good or bad. But like I said, I love my Vox and it has come close to that magical crybaby, but not close enough


My 535Q's switch broke a month after I got it. I am getting a Bad Horsie (or a Tremonti, whatever is at the store)...
#14
I've got a basic dunlop gcb-95 crybaby. It sounded like crap, but then I did one easy mod (sweep cap) and now it sounds great. I got it for really cheap too.
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#16
i've heard alot about vox wah wah pedals
i'm actually considering one myself
#17
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Dunlop:

Somehow... SOMEHOW, even though these things are supposedly mass produced to fit a standard, VARY in their tonal quality.

I have played on several Crybaby classics and own a 535Q. My friends Crybaby is the best wah I have ever played, bar none. However, every one I have tried since sounded like royal crap. Same with the Q... there wasnt a good range.

To me, buying a dunlop is a gamble that could turn out good or bad. But like I said, I love my Vox and it has come close to that magical crybaby, but not close enough


might be something to do with the fasel inductor in them. I think, and i might be wrong, that those 250 - 500k fasel inductors are only produced nowadays for wah's, kinda old technology, so maybe they don't really get the QC they deserve due to the limited production.
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#18
listen to TheAmishOne, he's right, i have a vox v847, which is really good, and i'm gonna mod it, then it'll kick ass!
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#19
I've got a Vox Clyde McCoy (V848) and I feckin' love it, very vocal, wide sweep, sounds amazing.
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