Price paid: $ 100
Purchased from: Aage.dk
Sound — 10
As I said I am using it with a Fender G-DEC practice amp. I use a Fender '69 Jaguar and a Gibson Les Paul Special Faded Worn Ebony as guitars, and they both sound terrific with the Cry Baby. I also use a Boss DS-2 distortion pedal with it (which in my opinion, is the distortion pedal), and with distortion the sound is no less than amazing. I play everything from Pantera to Metallica and I can easily get the Enter Sandman sound.
Overall Impression — 10
If this were stolen, I'd beat the guy Who stole it, and use the pedal itself as a bat. Thats how hard it is. I just wish it had an easier way to turn it on and off, as sometimes you might not press hard enough, and other times you might press too hard, turning it off in the middle of a solo. Anyways, very good pedal, definately would recommend it, and its this cheap? I mean why? Well people, rock on.
Reliability & Durability — 9
Are you kidding me? This pedal is like a panzer tank! I could throw it on the floor (though I wouldn't recommend it) without breaking it. I would certainly use it on a gig without a backup (which I also do). The only problem is its weight, which causes me some trouble when I have to wear a Boss DS-2, a Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Chorus, a Baby Powersupply and my guitar in one guitar bag.
Ease of Use — 9
Let me start off with saying, that the first time I used this pedal, I had it all figured out! The controls are so easy, you just press down the pedal to turn it on/off, and when its on, just press the pedal softly down to get that sweeping wah sound. It works best with a trebly sound, in my opinion, but on a small Fender G-DEC (which is a practice amp), it tends to feedback once in a while. Anyway, great sound.