#1
hi there, i have just bought a jim dunlop cry baby. i have connected the input and output and connected a powersupply up. i can hear my amp as normal through the pedal but when i operate the pedal i get no wah sound. am i missing somthing simple out here as its the first time i've used a wah pedal or is something else wrong. many thanks
#2
did you press hard enough? it turns on right? leads in the right jacks? what guitar and amp are you using?

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#3
You have to stomp it in the toe position until it clicks on, then it will work, that's also how you turn it off.


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#5
I did the same thing with an old wah pedal I had, I was thinking I bought a defective one, then I stood up and applied weight to it and it worked....the thing was a piece of crap tho so I went to a dunlop.

Edit. I did the same thing with my Dunlop that you did, luckily I keep all of my old adapters and I think it might have been like the one for my Sega Gamegear that ended up working for me.
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I did the same thing with an old wah pedal I had, I was thinking I bought a defective one, then I stood up and applied weight to it and it worked....the thing was a piece of crap tho so I went to a dunlop.

Edit. I did the same thing with my Dunlop that you did, luckily I keep all of my old adapters and I think it might have been like the one for my Sega Gamegear that ended up working for me.


I accidentally turned my Budwah off and thought it was broken for a good 3-4 hours . . . I even emailed their customer support. I felt like an idiot when I told the guy I just accidentally turned it off.
#7
The Crybaby can be a pain to turn on and off, a simple button to push beside the pedal would have been better. My RP350 has the option of adjusting how easily you turn it on and off in the toe position.