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Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal  

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Dunlop has taken the original Cry Baby and added the three most popular and requested upgrades: the famous "Q" control, which varies the intensity of...Read More

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A rock essential updated with the Q control.

Dunlop has taken the original Cry Baby and added the three most popular and requested upgrades: the famous "Q" control, which varies the intensity of the wah effect by adjusting the effect's bandpass shape; the volume Boost, for up to +15 dB added gain; and Dunlop's Auto-Return function that automatically engages the effect when you place your foot on the pedal. The 95Q is a flexible tone monster that retains the original Cry Baby's fast-reacting characteristics.

Heavy die-cast steel construction. Q dial. Made in the USA. Uses optional ECB003 power supply.

FEATURES
  • Original vintage effect
  • Q control
  • Volume boost
  • Auto-return function
  • Heavy-duty durability
  • Smooth operation and easy control

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Dunlop95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal
 
4.8

(based on 36 reviews)

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delyed off response.....small physical sweep range

Pros: no on off switch, spring loaded, variable Q, volume boost. That means no pop when turning on and off, not having to worry about the return position or the stomp down...Read complete review

Pros: no on off switch, spring loaded, variable Q, volume boost. That means no pop when turning on and off, not having to worry about the return position or the stomp down to start, an okay Q range. Cons: There is a delay of about .6 sec after you take your foot off before the pedal disengages. I do not like this at all. Although you can vary the Q, the active physical sweep range of the wah is very small in proportion to the available physical sweep range.... half of your foot movement doesn't affect the sweep, so when the movement starts to affect the sweep (about half way down) it makes the entire range occur abruptly between the small range of motion left on the pedal making it more difficult than needed to make the sweep fluent. Overall it's a decent wah... it could be great though.

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Dunlop 95Q Crybaby

I hate this thing. I bought it when I was still pretty inexperienced, and I've owned this piece for several years now. Where do I start?The rubber feet have all fallen off. ...Read complete review

I hate this thing. I bought it when I was still pretty inexperienced, and I've owned this piece for several years now. Where do I start?The rubber feet have all fallen off. Even with a fresh battery it makes my Les Paul through my Fender Hot Rod Deville 410 sound like a joke. The spring mechanism makes it useless as a tone shaper, and the wah sound itself isn't intense enough. The auto bypass feature is all messed up to the point that I have to cram on it with my heel to turn it off, and once I do that, there's like a 2 second delay which really messes up my groove. The distortion that's built in sounds terrible, and generates this ear piercing squealas soon as you push the pedal. In short, if you're going to buy anything from Dunlop, stick to their picks.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellant

By Paul

from Red Bluff California

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Responsive
  • Versatile
  • Works Exceptional

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Exception Wah Control
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

    I have played over 50 years. This is the best wah pedal I have EVER used. Insane great controls that are simple to apply.

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    5.0

    A must-have pedal.

    By SedgeHammer

    from Indialantic, FL

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    Pros

    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      Works better than expected. Leave it attached directly to your guitar because it only goes on when you step on the pedal when you want a little extra with wah. So much fun to use.

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      (3 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      The Only one to have frget the rest.

      By Abe Cabrera

      from West Chicago, Il

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      GET THIS PEDAL AND YOU WONT NEED ANOTHER THIS IS IT.
      The auto wah feature is what rates this 10 to ingage without that cliclk is great.
      I try the buddy guy pedal dont waist you time or money on this pedal just because it looks cool dont mean a thing not as load as my wah and the stupied who made it light up when off is not very smart light on unit on simple as that.
      best for the price i have two just incase they stop selling these pedals there the best.

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      (8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      delyed off response.....small physical sweep range

      By frankwestphal

      from Philadelphia

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      Pros: no on off switch, spring loaded, variable Q, volume boost. That means no pop when turning on and off, not having to worry about the return position or the stomp down to start, an okay Q range. Cons: There is a delay of about .6 sec after you take your foot off before the pedal disengages. I do not like this at all. Although you can vary the Q, the active physical sweep range of the wah is very small in proportion to the available physical sweep range.... half of your foot movement doesn't affect the sweep, so when the movement starts to affect the sweep (about half way down) it makes the entire range occur abruptly between the small range of motion left on the pedal making it more difficult than needed to make the sweep fluent. Overall it's a decent wah... it could be great though.

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      5 Stars across the board!

      By Brian W-hqCCF

      from West Palm Beach

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      I had been seeking a wah that gave me full control over the tone and was always disappointed with the harsh tone or lack of volume. Not with this puppy. It allowed me to roll off the high end and maintain my tone while boosting the volume of the wah effect to make it sound like you want it to. By far the best wah pedal on the market. Dunlop is my hero.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Awesome!

      By mlf004

      from Hillbilly Hell, OK.

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      I've used other wah pedals and this one is my favorite. The best thing I like about it is that you don't have to click it on and off, as soon as you step on it, it's on, when you take your foot off, it's off. No hassle. The adjustment knobs help you to dial in the tone that your looking for and can really help to bring some serious tone to your solos. A must have on stage.

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      (12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      wah wah

      By fendrhead

      from huntington beach

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      I have owned this pedal for about 2 years now. Its a great wah-wah, and probably the best sounding wah I own, and I own 5 wahs. One thing a lot of people may not know about this wah is that there is an adjustment for the tapper off inside by the battery.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Pretty funky wah wah

      By vibrovibrolux

      from new york

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      The good thing about this wah wah is the versatility it has...The volume boost is great, especially since you can dial in how much of a boost you get. Its great for say The Stooges "1969", to kick in a loud wah wah towards the end.The variable Q is also useful, however sometimes when playing at home its hard to find the exact sound I want no matter what different positions I place it...however, playing live its not an issue, since your in the moment and all. I usually set the Q around the middle and it gets a nice groove going with the high and lows of the pedal.Overall a good pedal, peforms well live, and controls are all good. Once in a while when I get picky I can't find the EXACT tone I want, but I get pretty close. Good stuff, nice and heavy too. For the money and all the different controls and the overall tone, its a great buy...Too bad they couldnt make it look as nice as the Hendrix wah wah.

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      5.0

      Pretty nice

      By John_the_guitarist

      from Mississauga, Ontario

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      I got this wah yesterday and it is not only my fist wah but also my first effets pedal. I have to say I can easily get a Slash, Zakk Wylde, Jimi Hendrix kind of sound. It also has these eq knobs on the side as well as a booster switch. The reason why this wah does it's job so well is because it isn't a multi effects wah it only does the wah effect so tone quality isn't compromized

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Good pedal, but mine broke

      By MudflapKing

      from Memphis

      Comments about Dunlop 95Q Cry Baby Wah Pedal:

      Well I have had this pedal for 2 years now so I thinks it's time I can provide a fair review. I play gigs almost daily with this thing on my pedalboard. I use it a lot too! love wahs for funk covers and solo work. I ran into an incident with the spring arm breaking at a gig a few weeks ago (the part that return the pedal to "up" position). It just snaped an fell out from underneath the rocker. Looking at it, it seems pretty solid, it's like 3-ply, just wore the hell out. kinda had some rust on it too from moisture which probably contributed. I like the auto return, but only sometimes. You cannot rock to a tone and leave it there, which ive now found I actually quite enjoy now that my auto return is broken. also, the delay from the time the effect disengages can be noticable & bothersome depending on what you're playing.Its a little overkill on the features though (it's a wah afterall)I don't want this thing adding color to my sound. The Q is something u would only do once to tune the thing to where you like it and then never touch. being exposed with a knob makes it suceptible to getting accidentally adjusted during transit and such.All in all, good pedal I guess. i dont think I would buy this one again for me, its overkill and mine broke(was well used for 2 years though)

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