Electro-Harmonix Crying Tone
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Electro-Harmonix Crying Tone

Crying Tone, Wah-Wah/Auto Wah/Filter for Guitar from Electro-Harmonix in the Next Step series.

nicosonic 10/24/2013

Electro-Harmonix Crying Tone : nicosonic's user review

«  big problem of stability ... »
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wah no moving parts

UTILIZATION

Simple to use, the calibration of the pedal takes 5 seconds. change the battery is easy as

SOUND QUALITY

good sound wah

OVERALL OPINION

in the 90s I had a vox wah which is made crachouiller after a year ... I am tempted by this crying tone, unfortunately it creates more For troubleshooting it solves ...
The pros:
Good sound-wah
-Movements of feet that are easily seen theres no "resistance" physical.
-Easy to engage and virtually impossible to "trigger" by mistake.
large -:
It does not pedal up! with movement up and down, it moves to the right or left and forward without stopping! if you play 5 minutes, it will be moved 10cm forward.
-The "guide" to put a power supply does not even put too thick wire must unscrew the screw over to the thread ...
so I decided to buy myself a pedalboard EHX cradle to give a chance to this pedal ... and there is the drama ... with movement up and down the pedal, it goes over the edge of the "cradle" making the pedal almost unusable (the support blocks complete movement of the wah, you no longer have access to the treble region wah) and it'll just pull it back with your hand (with the foot that is not even possible).
I understand the approach EHX (eliminate spitting and wear wah trad) but it's just not possible, even if the pedal did not move, but unfortunately these pedals next-step create more For troubleshooting it n ' solve. when the "cradle pedalboard" is foutage pure and simple mouth, do not waste your money on it. I returned everything.