Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah

105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah, Bass Wah-Wah/Auto Wah-Wah/Filter from Dunlop.

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Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 24 reviews )
 17 reviews71 %
 6 reviews25 %
 1 user review4 %
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MGR/Shifty Shellshock07/31/2002

MGR/Shifty Shellshock's review"Jim Dunlop 105Q Crybaby Bass Wah"

Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
My Music Teach gave this to me cause he just bought a line6 pod and didnt need his wah.

funky effect, seeing as i play alot of red hot chili peppers and funk like grooves, definatly a good effect.

its not auto wah so you have to press down on it every time you hit a note which can be a pain because i play very fast bass funk lines, so this was a major problem.

Looks like a brick, heavy like a brick feels like a brick, builts like a brick. If i breaks id be surprised.

If your into funk go and grab this or a DOD Envelope filter for 50 bucks cheaper. At least the DOD is auto. So if your into fast playing dont get this! but smooth playing go and get it!

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Captain Danny05/09/2012

Captain Danny's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Almost everything you need!"

Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
Wha Wha Pedal Bass.

Not editable, not rackable.

Analog pedal, true bypass it seems to me, in good old metal brawny white finish with a very nice effect. 9V power supply, requires 200mA minimum.

An input jack, output jack, the input power supply.


The general configuration is very simple, you can adjust the volume, which is very convenient for use for solos or conversely to calm things down if you want to use it for a wagon, etc. ... We can also adjust the Q, which is very convenient to define the race to change the tone for the classical guitar that I own example, I find the treble quickly become shrill and unbearable in the limit pedal.

The downside to these settings: the knobs for adjusting these are small, on the side of the pedal and not easily visible mark (notch on the knob, drawing of the setting) making it very difficult setting changes quickly between songs live. I had to add markers on the knobs and guides around quickly to see where you and in their race. This is really bad thought from Dunlop, -1.

Then there is no switch, then OK it's an advantage to have the system automatically switches back and for activation if you want to play fast on the Wha-half a riff or a few notes only, except that I'm using it on whole passages and I like to let wha an open and play without touching it, making it necessary to keep the angle with the foot while playing near ... impossible! In the studio I even ask my guitarist to hold my wha to a certain degree of openness that I needed a refrain throughout, just to play freely, a little heavy ... -1 (c good ' me is a little fault to be honest, I'll opt for the EBS instance rather than the Cry Baby 105Q Bass but since I've seen less than 40 euros I jumped on the occas ^ ^).

Get the effect you want: it is a wha bah, so you have to work a little and have the hand (or foot xD ... I know - ') with to get to do what we want but it's not rocket science!


Wha beautiful at the same time it is not a large effect on personality, it's Jim Dunlop and it makes Wha! But I must say that this version is very well done low, frequencies apply where the effect is very well chosen, the bass does not disappear because we put ourselves here to the Wah.

Sounds great on a bass but much too violent for my taste on a guitar (some players prefer the versions with guitar exactly why).


I use it for over a year, it's the only bass Wha I had done very well and his office.

A quality / price ratio to die, I got it in less than 40 euros in secondhand! By nine I can not find this very interesting report with prices ranging between 140 and 170 euros.

In view of my use of Wha, if I could have afforded it I would have opted for an EBS Stanley Clarke is the only Wha Wha low to meet all the features I'm looking for (but that frankly make me sweat whether a signature!). Today I'm too used to using it and I think I would do anyway that choice.

Lud''s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Wah rather old school"

Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
This is a wahwah was optically triggered the foot is placed on it and off you go!
Q is adjustable and also the volume.

- If you do not want to stack, we need a specific power supply or buy an adapter plug 9V battery / power supply standard type boss, damage


Use alone or with a Bass Big Muff upstream corner to corner, very good coupling these two there.

It's a bit much hassle to set the volume nOnce but it's done, no worries.

Tip: there is a screw to adjust the inside to manage the gap between when the pedal is loose and when the effect stops.


The effect is very good if you want a wah round, snapping too.

For a more slap crazy, you better go see in morley.


It is in my PB for quite some time and it does not go out.

The optical shutter release is nikel
The Amienois09/01/2011

The Amienois's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Wah Cow!"

Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
Wah is a low connection jack.


There are only two buttons "Volume" and "Variable Q" which enables to gauge the wah effect. We obtain immediately a big sound HUGE Wah!


Well, the Wah is just huge! I use a ESP LTD B154 and that big fat bass sound great just makes the end result!


Since very little time I have this little gem I found certainly a little expensive but it's well worth it was worth! I tried Wahs guitar but it had nothing to do!! I pedal that snaps into place on its own, which simplifies the task when it sagit changing effect. Or I really remake this choice!

abirato's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good product"

Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
adjustable wah
Wide frequency (bass - keyboards)


I used it on my keyboard - rhodes, clavinet. Much better than this wah guitar utlisation. Thinner, wider spectrum, more responsive, even with the agreements.


very good - solid and more


I think I'll buy one some day, but I have now switched to keyboards that have already integrated wah interesting enough, even if the use of an external pedal offers more finesse and maneuverability.

tsou!'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah
Q bass pedals wahwah variable.
Automatic return of the pedals, a jack in, one out, by electric power transformer or battery (9V located under the pedals) 2 knobs on the cot left: volume and Q (large or small)
the battery box is not super tough ... otherwise, good finish!


It's a wah-wah ... not need to use manual ;-)
Adjusting the Q is effective! and by adjusting the volume and Q is bound to happen that we seek


The sound quality is l. Like all bass wah, it is much more effective in acute than in the bass. I always use it on battery and I jam buzz or breath of this particular pedals.


I use it for 2 years, hyper-solid (well casing mtal brooms!)
I like: the sound, the two settings, the automatic return ...
I do not like too much: the box stack, instrument jack that can jam the rear of the pedals (when she returns) and not remove empty when we play;)