...a watery/spacey sound on almost all settings, which I believe gives it the edge for lending subtle texture and depth to otherwise flat sounds...extremely smooth and the phasing can be kind of subtle...you wont even notice a difference when youre playing, but when you turn off you'll be able to tell immediately that something is missing...a subtle movement to the notes...doesn't overtake your natural tone like other phasers. It works organically with the sound source...
shaft9000 wrote:DUNLOP CRYBABY 535-Q
variable Q, frequency range, volume, and a pre-boost makes this the best CryBaby I've used yet. I've had 3 other CryBaby's, a Morley & a Vox and this wah imho is by far the best of them.
Makes for a wonderful dirty band-pass filter for your funky-sweepy needs. Fasel inductor helps to capture the sploogy 70's vibe, with more range this time around..
clusterchord wrote: re:535Q
did u use it on synths, what type of sound does it work best with, any issues with synth levels being stronger than guitars..?
ive only listened to demos on dunlop site, and preferred the sound of crybaby classic.. most agressive hendrix-ey tone. i dont dig funky liquid that much, at least in wahs for synths.
johans121 wrote:How about this combination!!??!!?!?!?!?!
If you pump percussive bass through this, it f**k' "breathes"! And I'm not talking about a subwoofer breathing here either. This s**t talks to you.
nvbrkr wrote:Pearl F-605 Electro Echo
Terrible amount of clock noise, but there's nothing quite like it. I don't know what will I do the day it will c**p out eventually (and it will).
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