#1
A couple months ago I got a Cry baby GCB 95 and played for about a week and it stopped working for no reason. I sold it on eBay as a broken pedal and the person that bought it said all they did was put a battery in it and played and it worked fine. So, after posting on this forum I learned that Wa pedal sucks anyways so I got a 535Q and the same thing happened. I played it and it worked for 3 days or so and then stopped working. I held on to it though because I am thinking the same thing that happened with the last one happened with this one and this one actually does still work. What do you think could be wrong? Is it a gear problem, like my pedal doesn't like my crappy $100 guitar or something else?

Thanks.
#2
right so you bought a crybaby
didnt repalce the battery
and sold it for like a third of the price?
hahaha gutted
#3
Replace the battery...

Second, buy an AC adapter so it isn't based off of batteries.
#4
it sounds broken beyond repair, but i'll buy it from you LOL, change the battery.
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#5



have you tried to put another battery in it ?
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#6
I used the first one and the second with adaptors. I never tried the 95 with a battery, but I used an adapter on the second one and it worked for a few days and I tried a battery after it stopped working and still nothing. I actually only got like $10 less than I paid for the 95.
#7
What version 535Q is it? What are the specs on the adaptor you used? THe newer 535Q's can be powered by a 9V adaptor and, I think, the older version required an 18V.