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Dunlop 105Q Crybaby Bass Wah Pedal

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Wah Custom made just for the bass, the Ultimate Bass Wah features the proper EQ sweep for lower frequencies. You can get vocal-like tones and wacka-wacka sounds on the high or low end of the neck. Other features include increased pedal travel, silent, auto on/off switching (remove your foot from the pedal and the effect shuts off), "Q" control for variable wah intensity and a volume control with boost capability.

Dunlop, maker of the Original Crybaby Wah pedal, has introduced the 105Q Ultimate Bass Wah. The 105Q Bass Wah incorporates a new, proprietary potentiometer and custom EQ circuitry specifically designed for bass frequencies. Together, these new, uniquely engineered elements provide smooth response and a fat, full bass tone.

The 105Q Ultimate Bass Wah also includes Dunlop's celebrated Q control, which provides full control over the pedalís intensity and sound modeling. With the Q control, the player can select the exact wah tone desired, from bright and punchy to warm and subtle.

Simply stepping on the pedal engages the effect in the lower register, creating a smooth transition into the wah effect. When you remove your foot, silent auto-off switching automatically bypasses the effect. The built-in spring automatically returns the pedal to its "off" position.

Also included in this pedal is an adjustable volume control, allowing you to tailor the level of the wah from almost silent to a significant increase, providing extra gain for wah-enhanced solos.

The Dunlop 105Q Crybaby Bass Wah - There is no better way to funk up your bass.

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Phone:  707-745-2722 Warranty:  Electronics: 1 Year

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Casey Davidson Submitted: 7/21/2018
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Sounds killer.
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I love this thing for guitar or bass. It’s awesome to be able to tweak the tone and volume boost. I prefer this over any other way pedal for two reasons. 1. The adjustability 2. Ya don’t have to run it forward and step down on the switch. Just move it and bam she’s on. My only complaint is I wish it boosted itself a little more when playing with a really dirty bass tone.
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Gordon Submitted: 7/21/2018
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I love this thing
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Well made and heavy duty
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Aaron Submitted: 8/7/2017
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Great Wah!
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Great Wah, I use it for guitar, occasionally bass,.. the q on this I like better than the 535q I have. The fact that it goes off when you step off is great for live uses.
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FiveStringer from Saint Louis, Missouri, USA Submitted: 2/8/2010
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PsychoFunkster's Dream
Like a tank. This cry baby is constructed of very solid, heavy metal. It's so beautifully heavy, so it remains near-anchored to the stage...yep, by its weight and rubber bottom alone. The modulation is dependable and will deliver exactly what you heard last time you played if you set it up and work it as you did before. Of course, make sure that your strings aren't dead before you complain that "it ain't what it used to be." I expect this box to be of heirloom duration.
The classic cry-baby pedal adapted to the bass freq-range! Dunlop does it best, without ridiculous bells and whistles others add to cover up what they lack. I play a lot of slap, and when I want my sound to get over-the-top psychelic bootsy-inspired, I love the huge range I can cover to, indeed, bring that Mothership down! Also, I love how one only needs to remove his/her foot from the pedal for it to "buzz off." So many other knockoffs have buttons you need to stomp for that purpose.
Godly: I believe Mr Collins would gladly autograph my pedal, because it helps me APPROXIMATE his sound (sans the other effects he uses). If you ever listened to Bootsy funk it up, well, this pedal can help you get there too.
It feels like honey...you know, it just oozes under your foot, with you the sole-master of the speed at which this baby flies. I'm afraid it has no neck, however.
The tone covers the entire useful range of the bass' EQ.
You can't miss this thing on stage: The white paintjob is consistent, thick, and eye-catching. Perty!
This baby's got very fine action, downright ridiculous how the pedal can be pumped without a blip of a hitch.
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Bass Demon from NYC, BALT, DC, VA, CHI, STL Submitted: 1/12/2009
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Jimi Hendrix would Approve & Take it for a Crosstown Ride
Excellently built, structurally & electronically, solid, foot & floor-gripping HEAVY effect...refreshing in a sea of flimsy gadgets. I've had it for just 1 week: But Dunlop's confident enough to give a free 1-year warranty.
The Q control gives the bassist huge control over the EQ sweep of the pedal--you decide how it's going to "talk." The vol.- control is mega-useful: For instance, set it @ max for soloing that'll cut thru the mix, b/c then the overall bass vol. goes way up when pedal activated. Impressed that you just need to remove your foot from the pedal to turn off effect (w/no clicking sound) & return to your default bass + amp sound, so no fussy buttons to stomp. The black strip on the upper surface of the pedal grips your foot; you won't slip unless you've got issues. I wouldn't add anything to this CryBaby: It does what it's meant to do and it does it real well.
While my bass gently (or wildly) weeps forreal.... Tone-range is nicely adjustable w/Q control & (duh) foot movement. I was happily surprised w/how expressive this babe allows you to be, Wah-wise: It makes your bass cry like a guitar w/a Wah, but since it's a bass you're playing, you're going to surprise lots of people in a good way, dig? Everyone expects a rock guitar to Wah b/c Hendrix blew the world away w/that that decades ago; for a bass this is a breakthrough. Tonal transitions resultant from foot-movement are smooth, w/no dead spots or missed EQ-range/s.
Very playable, user-friendly effect. Pretty addictive, in fact. The pedal rocks smoothly; it never catches etc. Unlike w/stomp-boxes, you'll have to get used to balancing more on one foot than the other while Wah'ing away, but that doesn't take more than 30 min. max of woodshedding unless you're tipsy or have a balance-problem. You want to have the Q and vol. pre-set, b/c like w/any other effect, it's down on the floor. But like w/stomp-boxes, you can fiddle w/the controls btwn songs & sets.
Tone has a superb range, which you can tweak w/the Q button: You can go from very deep-n'-dark to super-biting-treble, & these transitions allow you to get that famous Wah sound. As w/any effect, your bass + amp settings play a key role in just how low & high you can take it.
The white finish and black no-slip foot-pad were flawlessly finished in mine. Being white as snow, you won't lose track of it on a dark stage--a good thing. Easy-access, screw-free 9V battery compartment; clearly marked input, output, & AC/DC socket.
Well-oiled action. Just plug it in & play.
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AMS Customer from USA Submitted: 2/5/2008
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great pedal wonderful sound
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good sound and great ease of use
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