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Keeley Modded Dunlop Crybaby with Mello Wah Mods Guitar Effects Pedal
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Keeley's Modded Dunlop Crybaby with Mello Wah Guitar Effects Pedal is the first with Dual Inductors, a Bass response toggle switch, and Blue LED. Eve...Click To Read More About This Product
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Keeley's Modded Dunlop Crybaby with Mello Wah Guitar Effects Pedal is the first with Dual Inductors, a Bass response toggle switch, and Blue LED. Every component used in this modification is of the highest quality.
Dual Inductors enjoy a Mello Wah sound or a full Funk Wah sound. The toggle on the toe-end of the wah is the inductor switch. It alternates between using one or two inductors. Turning the inductor switch to the right will give you the Funk Sound position”full and very powerful, with tons of headroom. Turn the switch to the left for the Mello Wah position”one inductor, light yet cutting.
Named after Ney Mello, a world-class player, the Mello Wah will give you top-notch, professional tones. Both inductors are genuine Dunlop Fasel inductors. The red inductor is for high headroom funk sounds and heavy blues. The red and yellow inductor running in parallel give unique, never-heard-before sounds.
The three-bass and resonance booster toggle on the right side of wah is for bass and resonance. The center features the stock wah sound. The other two positions provide two different bass boosts. Use this toggle to select tones ranging from SRV to Clapton to Hendrix and beyond.
The Midrange/Volume Control knob located on the right side of the wah controls how much midrange, as well as volume, that your pedal has. To simulate a stock wah sound, set the control OFF, which is fully counter-clockwise. Turning the knob "up" will result in more volume and midrange added to your tone.
The Keeley Electronics Mello Wah will not steal your tone with the pedal off. This is the main culprit contributing to poor tone. Additionally, Keeley has included an improved stomp switch dampener, the first to offer this feature. In order to make the wah as noiseless as possible (for delicate studio work), Keeley uses a rubber dampener on the stomp switch.
If you have ever wondered why your guitar sounds mysteriously thin, and no adjusting your guitar's tone knob will fix it only to discover that you've left your wah in the on position, then you'll appreciate the signature Keeley Blue LED that is now located at the back of the wah. It will enlighten you.
- Inductor switch: Funk Wah/Mello Wah settings
- Dual inductors
- Three-Bass and Resonance Booster
- Midrange/Volume Control
- True Bypass
- Blue LED
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I have searched far and wide for a new/reissue wah to replace my 1969 Italian made VOX V846.. and i've had them all (Dunlop, Vox, Teese, Fulltone). Some were better than others, but none of them were perfect. The ones that nailed the tone had silly quarks- like WORKING with my Fuzz Face, as i prefer it not to work with fuzz (ala Hendrix).. Please note- Mine is the VOX version of the Mellow Wah, NOT the Dunlop!! This wah is great- an external midrange/volume boost knob which is perfect for single coils; an external switch that allows use of a second FASEL inductor (which creates some really cool mouthy sounds); and another external 3 way switch for stock/low mid boost/bass boost features, which allows for easy adjustment of sweep range without having to reset the gears!! I set mine to stock/single fasel, low/mid sweep range setting, and a slight mid/volume boost- and nail those Voodoo tones that we are all trying to EXPERIENCE!!!