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Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby Multi-Wah, Black
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- 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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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.
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This pedal has three pots and a switch besides expression pedal, and you do need some time to get a grasp of it. The main pot is the big chromed pot to the right. It controls the wahs range, going from bassy to screaming trebly. I mainly keep it on high treble settings, but it is nice to have the other settings in case you ever need them. Down from the chromed pot, there is a little red switch that it used for a treble boost. It is conveniently putted there, and at a leg grasp, but I would like it to be a little bigger. I would also like for a range pot to be a little smaller, since I'm not using it too often, but that's just me.
Now for the left side: Here we have two small black pots on the front part of the left side of the pedal. The first pot controls the volume boost that is switched by the little red switch. The second one is a great little thingy at this one is what gives this pedal so much versatility. It's a Q filter. Basically what it does it alters the sweeping stepping range, from mild to sharp. This is what can give this pedal gently weep or wild scream. I would put this pot to be a little bigger, because I use it much more often then the big frequency range pot to the right.
The 9V battery is fed at the bottom, and the power input jack is on the left. I use the power input - no buzzing or anything - just that great wah sound. Also, sometimes it can be tricky to push the pedal down, since they've made the switch very hard to push. But that's not a big deal. Also, sometimes it has happened to me that the sound gets muted when I turn on the wah. I don't know why, and it happens rarely, but it does. My guess is that it has something to do with the wah switch.
I use this baby for home practicing and for gigging. Using it with HSS pickup configuration, and it works best when playing with my bridge hum, or at least middle single. Not very well for bassy guitars, as it needs a trebly sound to get things going. First one in line, I have SD1 and a Marshall distortion after, and they all give a good sound. It is not so defined when I press both the SD1 and the Marshall gain channel because of the compression involved.
I usually play with treble range full on on the pedal, and q filter at max for screaming and bitty sound. I keep the volume pot at about 5 (around +8dB boost), and switch on the boost when necessary. This unit acts very excellent as long as you put it on good equipment and with a good player. It is not made for playing games - it is made for one purpose - good playing. You can easily work with it in a studio as on gig. A must have really.
535q wah pedal
535q wah pedal
The versatility of the unit is excellent - If you put your Q filter to 1 you can get very mild wah wah effect, on the 10 it is getting pretty screaming, and when the expression pedal is on middle way, you can really fell the sound breaking. Put it on 10 and sweep fast, and you'll get some serious biting sound. Seriously good. Also you can adjust the effect to almost any guitar or equipment by dialing in the wah range, you want little deeper wah - no problem. Boosting is just icing on the cake really - when no boost, wah is truly at the same level as without, and when you engage boost, it gets pretty loud. If you wanna make some feedback and don't wanna booster separate, here you have all in one, and it sounds great. The booster works very good. Some people have used this baby as a booster alone, put the Q filter on 1, and volume on - say +15dB, switch on the boost button, dial in the range, for the trebly, or more bassy sound, and just step on it. Excellent..
Dunlop company advertise this baby as a "swiss army knife" among wahs. And I agree with them.
Built like a tank, but it is very heavy - no falling from the first floor here - it would make a hole in the floor smile.gif
Been playing for some 9 years now, 2 of that live, used some crazy vintage wah before, but this one is a jewel really. I was not very pleased when I bought the pedal, because it was very difficult to control at first, but when I practiced a little I got enchanted by the thing. Also when I heard how it sounds on gigs I knew that this is the one. Maybe I can say again - this is a swiss army knife of wahs. Maybe you can get an ultra rambo jungle knife ( and for a price ), but you certainly can't do the half the things this baby does.
The only reason I have it 4 stars instead of 5 is the way the filter sweep range works. It lets you choose a range of frequencies that it will sweep when you rock the expression pedal, which means there's always a targeted range, which means that there doesn't seems to be a super wide range setting that will 'Wah' EVERY note on the guitar at the SAME TIME. So effectively any setting will have a range of notes (pitches) that the frequency filter will go through- so what this means is that on one setting you hear a really strong wah effect rocking the pedal while playing low notes but not so much on high notes, for example. While this might be a plus in most circumstances, if you're just jamming out going all over the neck, you won't have a STRONG effect on EVERY note on the guitar. This is not necessarily a bad thing, and can definitely be a good thing for a lot of music, but it's just something I think you should know before buying. However this can be a really good thing if you don't want to cut in off and on a lot and your solo is high on the neck but the rest of the song is low power chords for example.
As for the quality of the construction, it seems really excellent- everything is solid- the off/on switch, the knobs, the action of the pedal. It's all good so far, but I've only had it for a few days now.
The only other con, and it's a very minor one, but if you do know it could ruin your fun when you get it- It doesn't come with a chord or batteries. So if you don't have a 9 volt battery laying around, you might be disappointed if you want to play this thing right when you get it. Just a heads up.
It arrived fast (on Sunday for some reason XD)