Bass CRYBABY Wah WahThere would not be much to say about Dunlop wah wah pedals if there were not so many different models. At the end of the day, almost every guitarist worth naming has one on his pedalboard at some point or other. Bassists as well have their own Dunlop wah wah pedal. It is important that the adjustable frequency range chosen is correspondingly lower, without stressing the low frequencies too much. This pedal is ideal for when the bassist wants to come to the front of the stage for a break or a solo instead of always standing in the background. With this pedal, the bass sound cannot be ignored.
Pedal For Bass
Heavy die cast construction for years of reliability, 100k ohm Hot Potz potentiometer that Allows for that quick, abrupt wah sound
I'm a guitar player who uses this pedal and it has been a trade up form my last wah-pedal. The press and play function instead of having to push and click (to turn the pedal off and on) is very usefull and has reduced my stress levels immensely during live gigs when the monitors are inadiquate. The sweep is very satisfying with a more deep bass to mid sound than a guitar-wah and it feels guttural. Initially bought this for my bass player but after trying it out I kept it for myself! The only negative thing I could say about this pedal is that when you release and it snaps back to your normal tone it makes a "click" esque sound, not exactly a click but the transition is noticable.
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