Dunlop Joe Bonamassa CryBaby JB95, Vintage-style Halo Inductor, Internal switch for True Bypass or non-True Bypass operation, Lightweight aluminum housing, optional power supply available (NT AC/PSA 108096)
This must be one of the most unique looking wah pedals available. In terms of sound, it does what you'd expect, but nothing too far outside of the ordinary.
I bought this particular wah as I'd heard it was well-voiced for humbuckers, and I wanted to use it with a Les Paul. Other wahs tend to sound better with single coil pickups, so I was curious to hear the difference. I think it does have a slight edge with humbuckers, but the difference is subtle and likely pretty subjective.
There's a price premium to getting this pedal over many CryBabys, but not a huge one (and there are more expensive ones.) Considering its suitability and great appearance, I'd say it was worth it, and can recommend this pedal.
The Wah comes in a black packaging, with a printed Joe Bonamassa logo. Included: The Wah itself - without battery, so you need a 9V battery, or a power supply - , a product brochure, with all off the MXR, Way Huge and Jim Dunlop products, a Joe Bonamassa branded user Manual and a waranty Card.
The Sound is, compared to other Wah, i've tested, very raw and rough. It really screams , it sounds very similar to Joes original Jorge Tripps Wah.
Inside off the housing is a dip Switch, so you can Switch between True Bypass and a Buffer. Sadly, i don't know which position is the Bypass and which the Buffer, so i've choosen the best sounding position.
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