Dunlop 95Q Crybaby Q w/Boost Wah

Wah Guitar Effects Pedal with Variable-Q Control and 15dB Volume Boost Knob
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Legendary Wah Tone - With The Most-requested Hot Rods!

Check this one out! The Dunlop Cry Baby Q Wah Wah is the legendary Cry Baby with two of the most-requested upgrades. This one's got the famous "Q" control, which lets you vary the intensity of the wah effect by adjusting the bandpass shape. Plus, the Cry Baby Q Wah also sports a volume boost, for up to 15dB of added gain to your output signal. There's no doubt about it, the Cry Baby Q is a flexible tonal giant that combines classic tone with features modern guitarists demand. Step onto a legend — stomp on the Dunlop Cry Baby Q!

Dunlop Cry Baby Q Wah Effects Pedal Features:
  • The original Cry Baby wah pedal with two of the most-requested upgrades
  • Features the famous "Q" control for varying the wah effect
  • Volume Boost for up to 15dB of added gain, adjusted via the side-mounted knob
  • Powered by the Dunlop eCB-003 AC adapter and/or 9-volt battery
  • Made in Benicia, California
The Dunlop Cry Baby Q takes a legendary wah effects pedal and hot rods it for modern guitarists!

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95Q Crybaby Q w/Boost Wah Pedal Spec Sheet

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Wah
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 4"
Width 6"
Depth 10"
Weight 2 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number 95Q

Customer Reviews

5/5
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5/5

Dunlop 95Q Crybaby Q

This little pedal is great! I've been able to get all kinds of interesting sounds out of it. I really like the foot activation without a switch and the +15db boost option gives it sort of another level. So far, I've only used it with my Epiphone Blueshawk Deluxe (also a SWEET Sweetwater purchase) and it has been, as the kids say, the bomb! Next up: the Telecaster and Memphis Strat copy test! BUY THIS PEDAL! Sweetwater won't let you down as far as price, customer service, and satisfaction. Go! Order it now!
5/5

Dunlop 95Q Crybaby Q w/Boost Wah Pedal

I love this pedal!!!
Music background: Guitarist, Pianist, Music Producer
5/5

Outstanding wah

I don't ask much of my wah pedals. Sound good, be easy to use. This wah fits the bill perfectly for me. The switchable boost up to 15db is nice, I don't use it, but it's nice to know it's there if I need it. The variable Q is also a great feature. I like just a little more quack than the regular crybaby offers and this lets me dial that in easily. The best feature of this wah, for me, is the switchless design. No more kicking the toe all the way to engage the wah. I just start rocking the treadle and it engages, pick up my foot and it's off. Previously I had been using a big MIDI rig with a digital, rack mounted wah that I didn't have to toe switch and when I went back to pedals I didn't want to have to go back to toe switching my wah, but who has enough pedalboard real estate to accommodate some of the other switchless wahs? I certainly didn't, so I chose this one and I'm very pleased.
Music background: Gear Addict
5/5

Can't Go Wrong

I've had mine 10 years. Just had to replace the two feet under the actual pedal. Great tones and you can dial it in no problem. Nuff said!
Music background: Hobbyist
4.5/5

Crybaby 95Q

Great pedal. I like that I only need to step on it to engage the wha, like a Moeley optical. The Q control let me dial in my favorite tone. Wish it had an led on the side so I know it's getting power. That would be the only con in my book. My prior wah is also a 95Q, the new on has the Red Fasel inductor. It's sound a little different and I like it. I've had the classic crybaby, Moreley Bad Horsey (which quit on me) and the 95Q. It's stayin on the board.
Music background: Worship music
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