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  • Anonymous

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 12/17/03 at 04:36
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    Dunlop wah wah with several sounds with an original sound
    Analog pedal
    1 in 1 out
    1 between power supply (not included)
    9V battery location (beware 2 batteries in the model that I possde 1 but now I think)
    1 latral button to select the type of wah 5 positions
    2 button below a practice ...: / to the volume of the wah, you can earn 20 dB and 1 for change agu
    7 for the two buttons below the pedal with access

    USE

    Config we can not simply
    Obtained sounds very easy, except that to change from below is the galre
    Clear manual with more examples of guitarist known

    SOUND QUALITY

    Dunlop> Nickel Effect
    It gets even sounds Vox or Morley: it is the interest of latral butto…
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    Dunlop wah wah with several sounds with an original sound
    Analog pedal
    1 in 1 out
    1 between power supply (not included)
    9V battery location (beware 2 batteries in the model that I possde 1 but now I think)
    1 latral button to select the type of wah 5 positions
    2 button below a practice ...: / to the volume of the wah, you can earn 20 dB and 1 for change agu
    7 for the two buttons below the pedal with access

    USE

    Config we can not simply
    Obtained sounds very easy, except that to change from below is the galre
    Clear manual with more examples of guitarist known

    SOUND QUALITY

    Dunlop> Nickel Effect
    It gets even sounds Vox or Morley: it is the interest of latral button
    I plug a guitar but it can also connect a low (but there is a model spcial low)
    All sounds are of quality but be careful not to push too much the variable Q (agu) and the increase in dB otherwise it's very garish but we can love
    The latral button to quickly change the sounds

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a few years
    The most annoying is the buttons below but the solidity and quality sounds are all
    I have not tried other models before buying
    Good qualitprix report: 1300FF era but I think it much augmentercemment
    With the experience I would do the choice, but may be I would choose the simplest original model
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  • Matbethyname2Matbethyname2

    try

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 11/30/11 at 08:47
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    Any analog pedal with possibility to choose the frquence mdium of "Wah."
    (6frquences choice) according to the desired effect. (Glossy dark)
    It can also trigger a boost of +20 dB, convenient for solos (Warning, this too will add to the distortion)
    It also provides a true bypass, which means that your basic sound (no effect) will not color the wah when not in use.
    There is (still) two small buttons (not really failes use) on the cot top left of the pedal for an alternative frequency drives, I do not really use truth, the bulk of its making is with the main rglage.


    USE

    I do not remember if there was a manual, (surely a small cardboard explanation as often with Dunlop) but either…
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    Any analog pedal with possibility to choose the frquence mdium of "Wah."
    (6frquences choice) according to the desired effect. (Glossy dark)
    It can also trigger a boost of +20 dB, convenient for solos (Warning, this too will add to the distortion)
    It also provides a true bypass, which means that your basic sound (no effect) will not color the wah when not in use.
    There is (still) two small buttons (not really failes use) on the cot top left of the pedal for an alternative frequency drives, I do not really use truth, the bulk of its making is with the main rglage.


    USE

    I do not remember if there was a manual, (surely a small cardboard explanation as often with Dunlop) but either fawn, a Wah, it's quite understand faile ...
    Power supply: battery or mains a choice ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is will you make, believe me!
    I also use it well with my JS 1000 in solo or with stratocaster (funky rhythms in clear or solo) double or single microphones, little gain or bottom, it still sounds! A must ..

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 2 years and I have never regretted my choice, and has never shown a single sign of weakness. (Uses in RPTES / live)
    I was playing earlier on the Digitech EX-7 which had 2 numriques Wah, so there is no real comparison, you really feel the sound "rl" analog.
    What I love most: the choice of frquence the "Wah" you can really have his desire.
    What I like least: (looking good) A little too chre ...
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  • legwenosorlegwenosor

    very well

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 09/19/14 at 00:39
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    wha multi adjustable from anywhere with an integrated boost !!!

    UTILIZATION

    everything is simple and clear presets are provided with the same instructions !!

    SOUND QUALITY

    sound ... yeah, so since it is adjustable from everywhere, it should not be a problem for anyone .... everyone should get to find his account and he wants his !!!

    I find the sound very good, either qq guitars !!!

    and effective nikel and super boost !!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used almost 10 months, from time to time on qq rehearsal ....
    And ... the only flaw I found the pedal travel a little short ... I liked most !!!

    I got to 70% in-store, a super deal.

    to compare with my ex BBE …
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    wha multi adjustable from anywhere with an integrated boost !!!

    UTILIZATION

    everything is simple and clear presets are provided with the same instructions !!

    SOUND QUALITY

    sound ... yeah, so since it is adjustable from everywhere, it should not be a problem for anyone .... everyone should get to find his account and he wants his !!!

    I find the sound very good, either qq guitars !!!

    and effective nikel and super boost !!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used almost 10 months, from time to time on qq rehearsal ....
    And ... the only flaw I found the pedal travel a little short ... I liked most !!!

    I got to 70% in-store, a super deal.

    to compare with my ex BBE wha, I put them on the same level.

    two very good pedals. (Avoid GBC95 !!!)
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  • Tiger foodsTiger foods

    ouahhhh ...

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 04/27/12 at 02:43
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    1. CARACTÉRISTIQUESQuels are the effects, or types of effects available? What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...) Are they editable? Via an editor for Mac / PC? What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI) Is it a rack or rack-mount model?

    bin is the Dunlop wah, but configurable.
    On the outside there is nothing apart from other, except the large knob (6 catches, 6 sounds, sort of EQ), the two trimpots tiny little mushroom and pink on the side (boost of + /-15db)
    To the left is the mini pcb inside and Fasel red (+ hot), power input. Everything is solid, no complaints.
    I take just one point because not true bypass, but hard bypass ...
    There's a small stain not even switched o…
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    1. CARACTÉRISTIQUESQuels are the effects, or types of effects available? What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...) Are they editable? Via an editor for Mac / PC? What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI) Is it a rack or rack-mount model?

    bin is the Dunlop wah, but configurable.
    On the outside there is nothing apart from other, except the large knob (6 catches, 6 sounds, sort of EQ), the two trimpots tiny little mushroom and pink on the side (boost of + /-15db)
    To the left is the mini pcb inside and Fasel red (+ hot), power input. Everything is solid, no complaints.
    I take just one point because not true bypass, but hard bypass ...
    There's a small stain not even switched on (^ personal, it does not bother me, but for manic or if I had a upmarket config + ...)

    UTILIZATION

    2. UTILISATIONLa general configuration is simple? Editing sounds and effects is easy? The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

    Easy to use, yes, but to find the right combination of sound, there's a lot of possibilities in fact. Small trimmers are too small, there's nothing written on it and I'm wrong every time, but it's better than if they were in the housing.
    Ah yes, some pleignent that the effect is hard to enclancher, bin simply remove a rubber sle penny tray and voila, 2 X easier!
    Otherwise, you appuies bin, and you enclanches Wawate you, nothing complex.

    SOUND QUALITY

    3. QUALITY SONORELes effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough? Which instruments do you use? Which ones do you prefer, you hate?

    So I had an old VOX, sold and regretted later (sound sooooo sweet).
    So I bought it after seeing it and playing Satch for versatility, I was happy, but hey, I also bought a new Vox 847 USA made, but disappointed (they are actually Dunlop réestampillées in my opinion), so I stay on the 535 that satisfies me

    OVERALL OPINION

    4. NOTICE GLOBALDepuis how long you use it? What is so special that you love the most, least? Did you tried many other models before buying it? How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    2 years
    tried two Vox

    I love the multitude of sounds, I use it mainly for solos filter, I like to have a sound very serious but not stifled.

    It would take a true bypass, an LED lamp ignition (I think Rondat made this mod), and trims with a marking on it to get lost, if not very well. Attention, according to the power supply it can rumble. Personally I use the one spot and it's complete silence and I also use the adapter on the stack for well over clip
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  • MGR/Glenn DanzigMGR/Glenn Danzig

    Dunlop Crybaby 535Q

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 03/28/04 at 14:00
    I was in search for a good wah. Got it from guitar center for about $120 (with tax and what-not).

    This thing is not only versatile, but loud like
    a mad man! It has so many options: from classic
    Jimi wah to straight-out overdriven lead wah. In fact, when I want to push my leads out there, I simply cranked it up (Q-knob, boost, and range) and play, leaving the wah pushed down! And ofcourse, you can turn it off via toe-switch.

    The only beefs I had with it is that when you push the switch, turning the effect on/off doesn't always happen so fast. Also, it did not come with an adapter.

    This thing is one rockin' heap! Great construction and always a pleasure to use. Very smooth action and…
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    I was in search for a good wah. Got it from guitar center for about $120 (with tax and what-not).

    This thing is not only versatile, but loud like
    a mad man! It has so many options: from classic
    Jimi wah to straight-out overdriven lead wah. In fact, when I want to push my leads out there, I simply cranked it up (Q-knob, boost, and range) and play, leaving the wah pushed down! And ofcourse, you can turn it off via toe-switch.

    The only beefs I had with it is that when you push the switch, turning the effect on/off doesn't always happen so fast. Also, it did not come with an adapter.

    This thing is one rockin' heap! Great construction and always a pleasure to use. Very smooth action and even if I push down in rapid movements, the wah is responsive.

    Don't waste your time on that "classic Wah" from Morley. I tried it out and it takes your distortion and shits on it! This wah can add distortion (in fact it's very good at doing that) or give you clean, buttery wah! BUY IT!!!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Bobby Winder.MGR/Bobby Winder.

    Jim Dunlop Cry Baby 535

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 11/28/02 at 15:00
    I got this pedal out of the friday ad a local newspaper that sells things second hand. I got it for £50. I got it because i really wanted a wah pedal and as this one was surposed to be good i got it.

    There are numerous things that I like about the unit like its amazing sound and numerous wah effects (six in all) it really can wail. It is also good because it makes no noise when pluged in, most pedals make a sort of fuzzy sound of scream on certain effects but with this bastard they don't.

    err ummm err well it has no distortion so if you want to play heavy you need an amp with good gain or an overdrive pedal. (four words Electro Harmonix Big Muff.)

    This thing is built very strong, it is…
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    I got this pedal out of the friday ad a local newspaper that sells things second hand. I got it for £50. I got it because i really wanted a wah pedal and as this one was surposed to be good i got it.

    There are numerous things that I like about the unit like its amazing sound and numerous wah effects (six in all) it really can wail. It is also good because it makes no noise when pluged in, most pedals make a sort of fuzzy sound of scream on certain effects but with this bastard they don't.

    err ummm err well it has no distortion so if you want to play heavy you need an amp with good gain or an overdrive pedal. (four words Electro Harmonix Big Muff.)

    This thing is built very strong, it is made mostly from metal and thick plastic. So it ways a bit. It was second hand but in perfect condition apart from a slight scratch in the toe.16

    An INCREDIBLE wah pedal it has it all good sound, multiple effects, well built, good looks and it even locks so you can't accidently use it during a song. GET IT. I got it for a great price but it would probaly be hard to get it for less but if you shop around I'm sure you could get a good deal.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/J.MGR/J.

    Jim Dunlop Crybaby Wah535Q

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 11/03/01 at 15:00
    I bought this wah because Crybaby was the only brand of wah I had continuously come across. I figured I'ld get some room for tailoring my sound with the tone-selector pot. I had just turned 15, and hit my farther up for it as a birthday present. He liked saying "wah-wah" and hence thought it a good idea to get this gift for me. I think it cost around $300 AUD from turramusic.com.au

    I like it for the sole purpose I aquired this unit...It lets me wah. Sometimes it puts out pristine steel like angelic quantitys of wah tone. It can also double up as a frog burping sounding pedal.

    However my flying carpet feeling is pulled out from under me when it makes my sound appear to be squashed out the…
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    I bought this wah because Crybaby was the only brand of wah I had continuously come across. I figured I'ld get some room for tailoring my sound with the tone-selector pot. I had just turned 15, and hit my farther up for it as a birthday present. He liked saying "wah-wah" and hence thought it a good idea to get this gift for me. I think it cost around $300 AUD from turramusic.com.au

    I like it for the sole purpose I aquired this unit...It lets me wah. Sometimes it puts out pristine steel like angelic quantitys of wah tone. It can also double up as a frog burping sounding pedal.

    However my flying carpet feeling is pulled out from under me when it makes my sound appear to be squashed out the backside of a hippo. This isn't nice to the ears of others nor to the solo that just started to go up a notch and thus collapsed to the sound that would find itself more at home in arse.

    Exterior is tough and would protect it's guts if dropped. I've heard others refer to Crybabys as having some false harmonics. My Crybaby has false sounding tones that come and go but I HAVE ALWAYS RUN IT OFF A 3.6 - 12 volt AC/DC CONVERTER. Even though it's set to 9volts, these types of AC adapters ARE BAD FOR YOUR TOYS.

    I wish I had researched more and found a wah with the tone I find my playing lends to. I like Quality but prefer sense of character. I would of liked to try a vox or a RMC wah. I have however found a setting on my faulty wah that gives me an incredible distortion tone. I give it a four because it could be your dream pedal. It's just not mine.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • PepitowPepitow

    The ultimate cry baby!

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 10/16/11 at 05:03
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    Ba is a wah pedal, basic, no frills, nothing editable. Analog solid pedal, jack in, jack out, supply and access hatch to the battery (very convenient). A knob has several notches to select frequency ranges, two mini knob to adjust the boost and the total frequency range used by the wah, and a button to activate the boost (20db I think it is adjustable through a mini knob on the side of the wah). A small LED ca was not refusing, but I quibble!

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, the wah is activated via the switch on and balance the sauce!
    Edition of its very simple, just one knob to turn and has enabled a boost when you want, the rest is the movement of a classic wah with your foot!

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    Ba is a wah pedal, basic, no frills, nothing editable. Analog solid pedal, jack in, jack out, supply and access hatch to the battery (very convenient). A knob has several notches to select frequency ranges, two mini knob to adjust the boost and the total frequency range used by the wah, and a button to activate the boost (20db I think it is adjustable through a mini knob on the side of the wah). A small LED ca was not refusing, but I quibble!

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, the wah is activated via the switch on and balance the sauce!
    Edition of its very simple, just one knob to turn and has enabled a boost when you want, the rest is the movement of a classic wah with your foot!

    SOUND QUALITY

    Ba is the sound cry baby wah, ca sends the sauce, it is expressive, what the legendary!
    Frequency ranges proposed by the knob's fairly well defined, but honestly, I expected to hear the differences more "obvious", it was certainly different sounds in order to find his wah sound according to his tastes, but not a huge versatility either.
    With the unit can be a good funk, even if it is cut for solos rather large rock or metal sounds.

    Small flat, the boost only works on my clean channel of my amp, I do not understand why, maybe because it's digital (line 6 spidervalve 212), but basically the boost fulfills its office in clean ( not really my use), and distortion, ba ca me add unwanted noise and ca "dirty" sound ... pity it was still one of the arguments justifying my purchase to boost my solos ...

    But if the level I was not surprised, having already had a GCB-95 under the foot. With my ltd KH-202 is the sound of kirky in his solos with my Bc Rich, I can touch has it all: funk, blues, big rock, metal.

    So -1 for sounds not too different and -1 for the boost.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since February, and before she had the GCB-95. Specifically it is the same except you can change the sound and there is a boost.

    I especially like the sound, but I have a bit of my hunger when differences in the sound knob, and the boost does not work on my distos.
    The price / quality ratio is good OCCAZ, I find a new chouillat expensive, especially if the boost does not work everywhere.

    But the choice I would do without hesitation to € 100 it's worth it was just "the ultimate" cry baby underfoot (I do not mean of course the model rack and there you can edit your complete his A to Z) to test whether the Dimebag version is better and if the price difference is justified.

    The 8 / 10 is justified by the small disappointments mentioned above, otherwise it is good stuff.
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  • RognonRognon

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 12/17/03 at 06:02
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    I bought this 3 years ago it pedals really well trs, the boost and adjusting the Q factor
    allow more filtering (rotary) of trs sounds good, depending on your tastes and instruments.
    My only complaint it consumes a lot (ps would be worth it to measure the current food).

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy handling

    SOUND QUALITY

    Trs good quality

    OVERALL OPINION

    A good investment, wha I needed!
  • littlewing68littlewing68

    Dunlop Crybaby 535QPublished on 10/03/04 at 09:13
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    Wah Wah standard.
    An input and an output jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Very very simple to use. This pedal is in place, it does not move a foot of each action.
    It is in my opinion one of the pedals with the best touch. Personally, I have not seen No better wah wah.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Indeed very effective, it is taken very quickly to Jimi Hendrix :-). L I use with my Epiphone LP Std and a multi effects pedal BOSS ME 50. Since Boss knows tjrs not do wah wah, I still use a cry baby.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the nearly three years. S certainly the pedal is a little more flexible in mechanical but is Always a pleasure to use.
    Very good value for money.
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    Wah Wah standard.
    An input and an output jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Very very simple to use. This pedal is in place, it does not move a foot of each action.
    It is in my opinion one of the pedals with the best touch. Personally, I have not seen No better wah wah.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Indeed very effective, it is taken very quickly to Jimi Hendrix :-). L I use with my Epiphone LP Std and a multi effects pedal BOSS ME 50. Since Boss knows tjrs not do wah wah, I still use a cry baby.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the nearly three years. S certainly the pedal is a little more flexible in mechanical but is Always a pleasure to use.
    Very good value for money.
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