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Open-Box Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal Condition 2 - Blemished Regular 190839110541

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Like the guitarist himself, the Dunlop SW-95 Slash Wah is revolutionary and a classic at the same time. It sports a hot rod, metallic-red finish and ...Click To Read More About This Product

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(Open Box) Two pedals in one!

Like the guitarist himself, the Dunlop SW-95 Slash Wah is revolutionary and a classic at the same time. It sports a hot rod, metallic-red finish and a cutting edge, high gain circuit for a different and distinct sound. It also has a modified Fasel inductor for sweet, singing top end and upper midrange bite and sparkle on the wah. 18V operation yields tons of extra headroom. LED indicators for distortion on/off and wah on/off modes keep you clued in at all times. Top hat not included.

FEATURES
High gain distortion circuit
Fasel inductor circuitry tuned to Slash's specs
18V operation
LEDs for distortion on/off and wah-wah on/off

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DunlopSW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal
 
4.3

(based on 68 reviews)

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    (40)

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    (18)

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    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

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71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound quality (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (4)
  • Home studio (3)
  • Professional recording (3)
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    • Experienced (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Wah not?

The SW-95 has been my wah of choice for more than five years and is a great addition to anyone's set-up. Even though it's geared more towards aggressive playing styles, it still maintains...Read complete review

The SW-95 has been my wah of choice for more than five years and is a great addition to anyone's set-up. Even though it's geared more towards aggressive playing styles, it still maintains a high level of versatility for most genres and tones.

While the wah tone isn't as smooth as say, the KH-95, it's niche is that is has more bite and cuts through the mix better than many of the wahs on the market without sounding thin or nasally.

The most common complaint that I've read is that the distortion channel can't be used unless the wah is engaged. This isn't a stand-alone distortion pedal. The distortion setting produces great tones, and is the more underrated feature of this pedal. When used with a clean tone, the distortion setting favors the wah more, so it sounds like a wah being used in front of a distortion pedal. When used with an amp's distortion or an OD pedal, this channel can serve as a great boost. Players will need to dial back the volume and gain of the pedal, but that goes without saying.

The pedal is very durable. In the time that I've owned it, I haven't had to repair it once. The battery life is surprisingly long, despite it requiring two 9 volt batteries. The LED lights indicating when the wah/distortion are engaged is also a great feature. I can't recommend this pedal enough.

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Decent, but not exact.

I had gotten this wah a few years ago before I had the gear knowledge that I did now. It is a fun addition to the pedalboard and certainly has had its uses. It...Read complete review

I had gotten this wah a few years ago before I had the gear knowledge that I did now. It is a fun addition to the pedalboard and certainly has had its uses. It has a pretty decent range which allows me to give some nice sweepable swells.

The downside is that the distortion has been completely useless with any amps i have owned (vox valvetronix, marshall mg100hdfx, bugera v22, and my current Engl Powerball 2). It also has a pretty audible pop when you engage and disengage the pedal. Not terrible, but for the price you should check out a few other options.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wah not?

By Matt W.

from Poplar Bluff, MO

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Responsive
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

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

    Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

    The SW-95 has been my wah of choice for more than five years and is a great addition to anyone's set-up. Even though it's geared more towards aggressive playing styles, it still maintains a high level of versatility for most genres and tones.

    While the wah tone isn't as smooth as say, the KH-95, it's niche is that is has more bite and cuts through the mix better than many of the wahs on the market without sounding thin or nasally.

    The most common complaint that I've read is that the distortion channel can't be used unless the wah is engaged. This isn't a stand-alone distortion pedal. The distortion setting produces great tones, and is the more underrated feature of this pedal. When used with a clean tone, the distortion setting favors the wah more, so it sounds like a wah being used in front of a distortion pedal. When used with an amp's distortion or an OD pedal, this channel can serve as a great boost. Players will need to dial back the volume and gain of the pedal, but that goes without saying.

    The pedal is very durable. In the time that I've owned it, I haven't had to repair it once. The battery life is surprisingly long, despite it requiring two 9 volt batteries. The LED lights indicating when the wah/distortion are engaged is also a great feature. I can't recommend this pedal enough.

    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Dual Mode Wah in Red from Dunlop

    By Nofearrockstar

    from Boston

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    Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

    Buy if you really want a beautiful bright Red Wah Wah Pedal with a distortion circuit if you need to reduce the effects you carry around. More for beginners who are discovering their tone and sound, not the holy grail of making you sound like SLASH - which it won't. Dunlop quality will give you confidence that the Pedal will always be there for you.
    Dual Mode Wah Wah with Distortion switch great for beginners who want both effects in one pedal and hope that plugging this pedal in will give you that SLASH sound. Buy the AC Power and save on the Dual 9V Power requirement that will eat up your battery budget.
    Like all Dunlop Wah's the construction is heavy duty quality, nice weight to foot action and smooth sweep. The Distortion activation switch is a small button top located on the lower right side that turn on with your foot. I hope it holds up under constant use.
    The Distortion sound is OK but not much variation in tone and complexity. There are many other Dual Mode Wah Pedals to consider with better OD/Distortion Circuits for a few extra dollars.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Decent, but not exact.

    By CJB2293

    from Duncannon, PA

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Responsive
    • Sweep Sounds
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Poor Sound Quality
    • Useless Distortion

    Best Uses

    • Practice

    Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

    I had gotten this wah a few years ago before I had the gear knowledge that I did now. It is a fun addition to the pedalboard and certainly has had its uses. It has a pretty decent range which allows me to give some nice sweepable swells.

    The downside is that the distortion has been completely useless with any amps i have owned (vox valvetronix, marshall mg100hdfx, bugera v22, and my current Engl Powerball 2). It also has a pretty audible pop when you engage and disengage the pedal. Not terrible, but for the price you should check out a few other options.

    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Little disappointed

    By Colin Tume

    from Australia

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    Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

    I can only give it a six as whole unit it only lives up to 50% of what its supposed to do. Yes on a 4x12 cab it may not sound so high gain but on anything smaller it sounds like crap as a distortion pedal.
    I have had the pedal for about three weeks now and practiced about 4 hours a day with it maybe a little less.

    I love the wah but the distortion to me sounds like a cheap knock off pedal. Its great for the 5 watt long ditance mic sound like green day start some songs with. But as a distortion pedal meh. Plus you have to have the Wah engaged to operate it. Why cant it be a standard distortion pedal. Its ok a boost but my Keeley Katana kills it as far as a clean or slightly over driven boost.

    The 18v is a bit of a kicker as well. maybe if they ran two 9v inputs into it would make more sense for those of us who dont want to buy a whole new power pack.

    Yeah for the price Im regretting it. I should have gone with a standard wah.
    Ive tried it on my three amps A MESA TA-15 a TA-30 and a HRD 2 all of them it will feedback if the gain is turned on at the amp. Any one who says otherwise is loving the feedback this distortion is giving.

    I have a TC Dark Matter that adds depth and warmth to the sound not such a tinny high high gain as the Slash. Ill just use it as a Wah

    I liek that the battery compartment in on top. I dont like that the feet dont come off with out the screws and then the screws are too long to go in flat. sucks trying to put it on my pedal board. I play proffesionally around the world in different settings I'd prefer it to suit all those settings and not just huge triple and dual rectifiers.
    It is pretty good as far as quality
    Cos the distortion is basically useless. I have to say the quality is meh not good

    (2 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Guitar Pedal/Slash

    By Julie Collazo

    from Bronx New York

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    Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

    I bought the guitar pedal for my son for christmas. I paid extra for two day shipping and I received the pedal late it took three days. The pedal stop working in about four days. I wrote to customer service and havent received a response yet.
    so-so features
    quality slightly fair
    so-so value

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good Crunch

    By Delektra

    from East Providence, RI

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    Pros

    • Excellent Sound Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      Goes into bypass too easily. Takes a little getting used to. The sounds is great, has a real good crunch. Versatile.
      Good value for the money too.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Versatile As The Man Himself

      By cAlvino_998

      from Pampanga, Philippines

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      Ive been using this pedal for over three years now and it has been a huge blessing to my tone both for my leads and funky rhythm tones. People criticize the distortion circuit a lot for some reason but My personal use for it is to sustain notes and/or chords. The distortion circuit (when used with a distorted channel) creates ringing feedback perfect for holding an epic finish on solo and what not. I play a lot of things from GN'R all the way up to Steve Vai. Sure the pedal doesn't engage itself like Vai's Bad Horsie wah but the sound is very close to it though. All in all, I have no doubt that one can achieve so many different tone possibilities with this wah. And I believe it is a great investment for those who want to get better on the guitar. People who say it breaks down fast has got to be kidding like foreal. Ive dropped this pedal a couple of times, I slam on it when im in "the moment" and it has survived the harsh summers of the Philippines all the way to the cold winters in Japan. Ive been many places with this pedal and it hasnt let me down since. BUY ONE NOW!!! IT WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN :D

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      slash wah

      By AC/DC GOD

      from petal,ms

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      I am a big huge fan of Slash and his music and when i first saw this pedal i had to git it and it is a great pedal now dont git me wrong but the wah has to be on for the distortion to work..to me that is a big draw back but they do sound good together though but wut i have done is i use a DS-1 Distortion pedal,along with my other pedals, i can kick on the wah and it sounds great..not excatly wut u want for that Stevie Ray Vaughan wah sound though if u want THAT sound git a VOX WAH..so if u want a wah that sounds like Slash git this wah

      (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      slash wah

      By joerock

      from south carolina

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      hey people heres my set up.....marshall value state half stack 100wt.slash wah-clean channel//rocktron-noise reduction pedal//digital guitar tunner//gibson les paul guitar.......that slash wah is not grounded & it hisses like crazy when i take out the wah my amp dont hissbut when you go to use it again it makes my amp hiss & to get rid of that hiss i have to put my amp on the clean channel.......so aparently the people who built this wah didnt ground the circuts no matter what you do to it the wah will hiss & feed back like crazy....so DONT BUY ANY ARTIST SIGNITURE WAHS just buy a normal wah & use a footswitch for your amp to go to clean/distortion.....THE BUILDERS OF SLASH WAHS THEM PEOPLE ARE DUM AS BRICKS

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Pedal

      By Anonymous-Igc.h

      from Pomeroy, OH

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      Ok, first off, any person who says that the wah pedal hisses and feeds back is completely inept because they obviously didn't realize that the pedal has two setting. Yes, there is a setting that boosts the gain and adds extra distortion, but there is also a normal wah setting. If you know how to adjust the gain and distortion knobs that are clearly labeled on the pedal, you should have no problem getting rid of the hiss and feedback, or if you're like me you kind of like it in the right song and leave it that way, either way its not a poorly made pedal. This wah has the largest dynamic range of any wah pedal I have ever used. I played on my friend's classic crybaby and couldn't even stand to use it compared to my Slash wah. The boost setting (switchable by a small push switch located on the side of the pedal that is easily pressed with your foot) allows you to get that great Red Hot Chili Peppers tone or to simply boost your gain and you have almost total control over the amount of added gain or distortion because of the control knobs. Plus the blue and red lights just add flavor. I love my Slash wah and will never use another.

       
      4.0

      A few suggestions

      By Bluesteel

      from Hell

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      The distortion circuit on this wah is a fuzz distortion. If you're running a strat with some fuzz already, I would not recommend this. You really have to dial this in right to get the best sound. A little bit is a lot and the point of it is more so that it is a classic wah with an idea of an overdrive feature mixed into to so it doesn't sound muddy. The label it as distortion. Totally a bit perception for this wah. If you are playing through a distorted amp and you click on a boost for a lead you know what you are getting. If you boost a wah things get muddy. Now some wahs have a volume boost, which is nice. This gives you some chaos, sustain, exactly as slash said. I hope this helps if you are reading this. I've spent a good bit of time thinking about this wah and trying figure out it's purpose. Main tip, again, a little bit is a lot, enough, with this wah.

       
      5.0

      Slash Wah is the GCB95F with add-ons

      By I Just Wanna Rock

      from sconsin

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      Pros

      • Compact Design
      • Excellent Sound Quality

      Cons

      • extra unneeded features

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      Just a follow up to my recent review of this pedal: The text on the underside of this wah says it is the Crybaby Classic with the addition of a distortion circuit. An article in the October 2015 issue of Guitar World magazine confirms that the SW-95 Slash signature Crybaby is really just the GCB95F Crybaby Classic with the addition of the distortion circuit, candy apple red paint, and LEDs. It was not specially revoiced or anything. It uses the same Fasel inductor, same wah circuit. The wah circuit is the same as in the GCB95F.
      If you can live without those extras (the LEDs sure are handy but I'm not impressed with the distortion and no one who listens to my songs on soundcloud cares that my wah pedal is candy apple red), then you can save a pile of money by just buying the GCB95F.

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Very musical, very versatile

      By I Just Wanna Rock

      from sconsin

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      Pros

      • Great Tone
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • Distortion Effect
      • Needs 18V adapter

      Best Uses

      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      The wah has a very musical tone, vocal sounding enough for rock and blues lead playing, but the sweep goes high enough to be useful for funk rhythm playing or reggae skanking. It doesn't seem to get nasal or shrill when in the full toe down position. Sounds good playing rock lead solos as well as the theme from Shaft.
      I really have no use for the built in distortion. I tried it and was not impressed. According to the Jim Dunlop web site, it comes before the wah in the signal chain. What were they thinking?
      And if it sounded like one of the great classic distortion tones, fat, muscular and full of character and sustain, that would be one thing. But it sounds like a generic, buzzy sounding distortion.
      The Dunlop demo video claims it's a very complex circuit. I feel bad for them having put a lot of work into it.
      One possible use for it is keeping the gain level low and using it to just add a little extra gain and sustain.
      Or keep the gain down as low as possible and turn the level up and use the distortion circuit as a boost that kicks in when you kick in the wah.

      (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      HORRIBLE

      By Guitar Nut!

      from Calif.

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      Pros

      • Good For Nailing 2x4's
      • Nice Color

      Cons

      • Feedback
      • Noise
      • Poor Sound Quality
      • Tone Is Terrible

      Best Uses

      • Paper weight

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      This pedal was a huge dissapointment! Terrible tone! I play through a Marshal with a PRS Custom and it just produces the worst noise. The feed back doesn't even stop if I turn my volume on my guitar all the way down. HORRIBLE waste of money. I have the Kirk Hammet Wah and that one is GREAT! Sorry for the bad review but people need to know.

       
      5.0

      great wah

      By Nero F. RoxXx

      from NY

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      i've always wanted a wah like this one, great at toe down (not as harsh as all others) alot of guitar players like that harsh tone but as a sound guy i know that everytime you hear a vox or dunlop wah go on people have to cover their ears and the guitar sound turns to poop, for recordings it's great but live you gotta be careful, knowing that i wanted a wah that would retain a good tone and this is the one that did it for me, if you wanna hear it look up on youtube "slash crybaby sw-95 neroroxxx" and you can hear some tunes on it

       
      5.0

      The Wah with the Awe

      By Alucard

      from Westfield, IN

      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      I first purchased the Crybaby Slash wah about three months ago. At first, I didn't think I could make it work, but after I started to learn how to balance the gain and distortion to my style, which is Hair Metal. With tuned to my preferences, I could finally get that sound i've been wanting. Now, after three months, by using the pedal and my Fender 30W amp, and my Stagg Electric Guitar, I can awe anyone who listens. Overall, it is worth the money, and I highly reccommend it to anyone who wants a heavy, but ultra-clear tone.

       
      5.0

      slash wah

      By metalmaster1

      from Oceanside, CA

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      This pedal is pretty good the wah is awsome but the distortion gives a gnarly feedback. So its better using the wah and your own distortion

       
      4.0

      Good, but pricey wah

      By Corduroy82

      from Everywhere, cause I'm not dead

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      The Dunlop SW-95 Slash wah is a Dunlop quality wah pedal, even if for a hefty price. It holds up well to high gain, and is smooth in it's transition. I definitely don't recommend buying it for tHe gain circuit, though. It did produce a lot of feedback. Overall, it gets the job done.

       
      4.0

      Pricey.

      By Janicki

      from Wausau, WI

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      This pedal doesn't add an "extreme" amount of effect or distortion to your guitar's sound, but it is definitely worth it if you play a lot of Guns N' Roses. This will make your guitar sound much like Slash's, but it is not worth the $ in my opinion.

       
      2.0

      WASTE OF MONEY

      By unknown-KoZtQ

      from MI

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      Comments about Dunlop SW-95 Cry Baby Slash Wah Pedal:

      Just turning on this petal adds instant tone sucking gain right from your amp. If you're useing this petal with a guitar with a hotter pick up set like a gibson v like me, then unless you turn all the tone out of you pick ups, it will start screaching. THIS WAH IS BAD ON ANY EXPENSIVE RIGS.The only thing it is good for, lets say you have an old beaten up guitar with muddy pick ups, if you use this wah with that set up it will sound not so muddy. The whole thing is just to much, if you want a cry baby get the orginal.BUT it is built like a tank.

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