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Dunlop 535Q - Crybaby Multi Wah

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SKU: # 57205
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GCB535Q-B

Your Price: $215.99 CDN

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The Crybaby 535Q is the Swiss Army knife of wah pedals. It provides control over the most important wah parameters, making it easy for you to create your ultimate wah tone.

Its six-position Range Selector control allows you to choose from six different frequency ranges, each position based on the unique tonal characteristics of our most prized wah specimens. The Variable Q control allows you to take the 535Q's response from narrow and sharp to broad and subtle with the twist of a control. Once you've got your sound, make sure it gets heard with the switchable boost-adjustable up to +18dB that can create endless sustain on any note.

Current Draw: 2.5 mA
Power Supply: DC 9 volts

This Wah pedal speaks to me!1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreScarborough, Ontario
I'm not a wah expert, but I have used a few wahs over the years. I currently own a Morley Black Gold Wah/Volume from 30 years ago and it still works perfectly after being on the road for years. I also own a POD HD500X which has about a half dozen modelled wahs which are also great. I've also tried a couple of other wahs in the store. So I decided to get new wah to put on the front end after guitar signal. My Morley acts more like a volume pedal in the amp loop stage after distortion. The Morley wah is more broad and the after distortion sound is too insane! So I went for this Dunlop. It's extremely versatile, smooth, and musical in every setting. I'm amazed at how many different moods it can conjure up! And always clean, vocal, and musical sounding. I understand from Googling "Wah Comparison Chart - Dunlop" that it even has a "red fasel inductor". Is that a good thing? Seems to be! After many hours of playing this with different guitars, I feel it really "talks to me" No, I'm not hearing voices! Just a great wah pedal!
Posted by Michael on Aug 4, 2018
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One of the most diverse wahs out there0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Its one of the more wider ranged wahs of dunlop, and with the ability to help customize your own signature sound instead of one from another artst's pedal that they customaized. With the features such as the 'Q' control, volume, the ability to change you lows and highs, and the boot to get a kick in solos, the wah is worth the money giving you more features per your buck unlike some of the previous creations of dunlop. My only complaint is that when I kick in the boost along with my MXR 78' Distort I get the high pitched squeel that can be fixed when I plug in another pedal of turn the MXR or boost off.
Posted by anonymous on Jul 9, 2012
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