#1
Ok so I have a problem, my wah was working fine not to long ago then the other day i plugged it up and mashed down and when i mash down on it my guitar signal completely cuts out, as long as i dont mash down you can hear my guitar but when i mash down to use my wah my signal just cuts out. Does anyone know what i should do or how to fix it?
#2
You checked the battery?
Gear:
Ibanez WH-10 Wah
Marshall TSL-601
Squire Strat
Boss DS-2 Distortion
Jim Dunlop Crybaby Wah

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#4
i was running it off of a power source, and about the pictures unfortunatly no, but i looked inside and everything seems to be soldered together fine and intact.
#6
Not too often.When i first got it i used it alot, then i quit using it a while because i lost it.I'm probably better off just to buy another one.
#9
Well, while we're in there, we can convert it to true bypass. Might as well, since a DPDT switch is more readily available, anyway.

Here's a very helpful website:
http://www.stinkfoot.se/andreas/diy/mods/dunlop.htm
Luckily, Dunlop GCB-95's are color coded, so switch out what you have to a new switch should be very obvious to you.

Get a Carling DPDT from smallbearelec.com, maybe a few resistors, since I recommend boosting the gain/volume a little bit if you're going to do to true bypass.
You might also want to consider removing the buffer in there, since it's quite the tone sucker, when bypassed.
#10
alright will do, i was thinking about making it true bypass anyway, but thanks alot, i appreciate it.