Crybaby Original Crybaby Wah Pedal
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36 of 37 found the following review helpful:
traditional May 30, 2006
By B. Stallings
This is the standard wah. This thing sounds great! There are a lot of wah pedals with a wider range out there but if you are looking for the traditional wah sound, this is the way to go. No other company has sucessfully replicated THIS sound. Other wahs are cool because of additional features and for their own affect (yes that is the spelling I intended). I gave this a 4 for the lack of features. If you buy this, a try adjusting the pot (read the instructions). Most people do not know about this feature but you can really change the voicing of this wah wah.
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
The original and still the best Aug 11, 2006
By B. Shover
If you're looking for a great wah pedal, look no further. You really don't need all the extra knobs and stuff, this pedal has the sound your looking for. Great clean, distorted, overdriven, just about any sound you put through it will come out with that beautiful Hendrix inspired sound.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Built like a brick Mar 02, 2007
By J. Ashley
I had the original Cry-Baby back in the '70's and was very happy with it. I recently bought another and was just as pleased. They are still well built units; solid, heavy, killer wah-wahs.
14 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Step to turn on/off May 02, 2008
The problem with this pedal is that you have to step all the way down on it to turn it on, which produces a sound. The Morley pedals have a separate on/off switch, so you can turn them on or off at a given position. The difference is the sound is just a bit more professional if the wah isn't always turning on or off at the top of the wah frequency. Suppose you wanted to set the wah in the middle, and just leave it there. You can't really do that with this pedal. It is a bit smaller than a morley wah, but in my experience, the sound is equivalent on the base models.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Wah Wah Apr 05, 2008
By Janet Aguirre
I bought this for my 16 yr. old son and he loves it. You do need to buy an extra guitar cord.
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