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Dunlop Cry Baby Q-zone
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Dunlop Cry Baby Q-zone

Wah-Wah/Auto Wah/Filter for Guitar from Dunlop .

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«  Is exactly what we asked »

Publié le 11/12/10 à 07:35

analog pedal that aims to create a type of "stuck wah."

three settings: boost, Q-Zone (Q), peak (center frequencies)

tru-bypass


UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, it makes perfectly what he is asked. Sound like "Money for Nothing", very perfect for some nasal passage or solo.

Q-box to increase the frequency determined by the "peak", wide or narrow.

the peak is what manipulates the foot (on Knob crémaille) in a classic wah, determines the center frequency. It ranges from large and rapidly severe resonant midrange / high (or even a little "loud" at the end of the race that is suddenly longer than a crybaby for example)

Boost increases the output level (the same circuit as the MXR micro amp has TITTRE of infrmation) to saturate (and out) pedals placed after earnings.
It can

SOUND QUALITY

very easy to use, it makes perfectly what he is asked. Sound like "Money for Nothing", very perfect for some nasal passage or solo.

Note however, that we should not expect a real sound "wah" like a crybaby or vox could give. The sound here is quite different, more "right" and not "blunder" because of the technology used (filter with PDO) is or wah pedals can sound round and creamy (with choke)

(The only "fixed-wah" used a "choke" (key component wah "standard" is one made by Keeley)

Josh Homme (QOSTA) is a major user, used extensively in live for years on a lot of tracks (solo / intro). Kerry King Slash or apparently also used, but not familiar of the two I can not say more.

OVERALL OPINION

I Own for almost over a year, I found the former model ocaz 'not too expensive, I did not want the version hideous "signature king." It is hard to find in stores, it did not sound great.

Little or no equivalent model (except Keeley) on the market.

Value for money, I can not say I do not know the price "new" but being given the uniqueness of this pedal on the market difficult to predict. For the same reason I would do this choice.
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