Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
- Optimized for bass frequencies
- Separate Q and Volume controls
- Auto-off switch
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The first wah pedal designed by bass players for bass players. The 105Q incorporates a proprietary potentiometer and custom EQ circuitry, specifically optimized for bass frequencies. The Cry Baby Bass Wah applies the wah effect to the mids and highs only, leaving a strong fundamental to hold down the bottom—so you can take solos or throw in fills without ever disturbing your low end. This amazing pedal is used by Flea, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Doug Wimbish, Robert Trujillo and more.
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Tips for wah success:
- rock pedal all of the way forward
- match the volume knob to your Bass
- crank the "Q"
- love life!
Seriously, the range this pedal hits when the "Q" is amazing. I love how expressive the tone is when you get it going! I think it retains the low end and adds a creamy wah in the highs and mids. Don't listen to nay-sayers that claim you lose lows!
To put it bluntly, it's needed on your board!
I've used it with delays, octave up/downs, and overdrives, and just the straight-up clean; never found a sound I didn't like or couldn't use!
I'll start by saying it is one durable piece of equipment being made out of metal and it feels so solid, definitely road worthy.
Having the variable Q dial is fantastic, letting you reel in the balance between getting those really warm, classic sounding lower mids and the over the top, screaming highs. Not needing to turn it on by tapping the toe, like most other "wah wah" pedals do, is very useful, allowing you to get in and out very quickly, and there is an internal dial to change the decay rate when you release the pedal back into heal position.
I have already gotten many hours or enjoyment playing with it, both on my Peavey P-bass and my Fender USA guitar, and I think I may end up dedicating a permanent place for it on my pedal board. Yet another fantastic job done by Jim Dunlop.
The volume and tone controls on the side are also appreciated. Crank the tone all the way up if you want to get any significant voice out of the pedal with your bass. If the tone is turned down, it works well with the high strings, but you can't hear it on the lower toned strings. Turned all the way up, I can even get great wah sound out of the B-string on my 5-string bass.
This also works great with a regular guitar. Whether bass or 6-string, t's a great tool to have in your guitar bag and it's built like a tank.