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Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby Multi-Wah, Black
- Provides control over the most important wah parameters
- Ability to select frequency center and range of the effect
- Features adjustable, switchable boost
- Power: Dunlop ECB003 AC Adapter or Single 9 volt battery
- Offers six new guitar wah ranges, "Q" dial allows you to shape your wah from a narrow, sharp wah to a broad, subtle wah.
- Features a variable boost from 0 to +26 dB
- Hard wire on/off switch
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Cry Baby 535Q Multi-Wah
The 535Q is the most versatile wah pedal on the market. It provides control over the most important parameters, making it easy for you to create your ultimate wah tone. Select the frequency center of the effect, then dial in the frequency range to be swept by the pedal. From narrow and sharp to broad and subtle, this amazing wah can deliver it. Once you've got your sound, make sure it gets heard with the adjustable, switchable boost that can create endless sustain on any note.
Dunlop ECB003 AC Adapter or Single 9 volt battery
When you step on a Crybaby, you're given the same freedom of expression that inspired some of the most classic songs and solos of all time. Guitar gods ranging from Hendrix to Slash have all used it as an integral part of their voice and tone. It's no wonder that the Crybaby is still one of the best selling pedals in the world.
For over 28 years Dunlop has taken the Crybaby from its humble beginnings to an essential ingredient of creativity. Dunlop has continuously innovated and improved every aspect of this pedal, from its highest quality components and vast control options, all the way down to its heart and soul, the Fasel inductor, which gives it its unique and expressive voice.
Dunlop manufactures and designs this pedal at its head quarters in Benicia, CA. We know this pedal inside and out. Today Dunlop offers over 15 different models, from signature series to custom shop models, each with its own unique voice. Put your foot down and be heard.
About Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc.
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings, and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Crybaby wah and Tortex picks.
- Fully adjustable wah wah for customizing your tone
- Select frequency range and center of effect
- Fully adjustable boost can be kicked on or off
- Runs on a single 9 volt battery or optional ECB003 AC Adapter
- Join the list of legendary players that use Cry Baby wah wah pedals
- Color: Black
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Several years ago, I bought a Crybaby GCB-95 and, even though I did not use wah very much at the time, I think it was in the shop twice to get repaired within a year. Fortunately, it never gave out on me during a gig, but it was only a matter of time. Finally, I gave up and just stopped using wah pedals completely.
A couple years ago, I bought a Digitech XP-100 whammy wah, mainly for the whammy effects to learn how to do Morello's style. Since it has some digital wah patches was available, I started to use them too and was happy because it doesn't have a treadle that will break like on my GCB-95. The wahs were usable, but just did not sound as good.
Finally I was supposed to play Alice in Chains, "Man in the Box" and the Digitech was just not going to cut it. So, it was time to get a real wah. I searched around on YouTube for demos and talked to people to see what they used. I chose the 535Q because people told me that they've never had a maintenance problem with them, and it is very versatile.
You can get several kinds of wah sounds by tweaking the dials,and they have some great suggestions in the manual to get started. I set mine on the Cantrell setting and have left it there because I mainly use the wah when playing early alternative 90s hard rock styles. That setting works will in songs like RATM, "Bulls on Parade" as well, including to create the white noise for scratch DJ sounds.
I still do not use wah pedals terribly often, but it is nice to have a reliable wah that can do whatever I need it to by simply adjusting a couple knobs. I think that as long as I need a wah pedal, this one will suit my needs in many styles, and I think it will remain on my pedalboard for years! It is definitely one to consider, and the price is not that bad.
The sellers description said it didn't have the rubber feet because it was used on a pedal board but it turned out they were inside the pedal.
This one does it all. If the POT goes bad you can buy another for $20. You have plenty of room to modify it with Fasel inductors.
I don't see how anything could be better for the money.
You do have to be careful though because there are two 535q's. One has an auto return spring and the other doesn't. I don't like auto return as I like to use a wah like a notch filter.
The last wah I owned was a DOD FX-17. I dunno how to get parts for one of those but I have played with a plain Crybaby before so I knew a used one would be just as good and it is.
Maybe a CAE MXR is better or possibly a Fulltone but they can't be for the price and everyone uses a 535q so it's a no brainier. I would like to get a bunch of inductors and be able to toggle between them. One day I might do that mod.
1/3/18 UPDATE: I took the 4 phillips screws out of the back, and found there is a little arm that is supposed to hold the gear lever in place, but it was askew. I loosed the screw on it, and moved it into place, and it seems like it will be fine now. Leaving it at 1 star, because this just isn't acceptable that it would come to me like this.