The 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah has been the most popular bass wah for years. The world’s top bass players have used its deep, expressive tones to add groove and texture to their bass lines. Now you can ge... Click To Read More About This Product
The 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah has been the most popular bass wah for years. The world’s top bass players have used its deep, expressive tones to add groove and texture to their bass lines. Now you can get that sound and functionality without taking up much more space than a Phase 90.
Enter the Cry Baby Bass Mini Wah. It’s half the size of the 105Q, and unlike its bigger brother, it comes in a lightweight aluminum housing. The Bass Mini Wah may be small, but its thunderous presence will not to be denied. This pedal has been carefully designed to retain and complement your low end, with Volume and Q controls to further fine-tune your wah sound. Players of downtuned and extended range guitars, take note—this little beast will sound great with your rig, too.
Stepping in and out of the wah effect to sweeten up fills and solos is simple and seamless thanks to convenient auto-return switching, and with such a small footprint, the Cry Baby Bass Mini Wah will fit nicely on your downsized travel board.
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Comments about Dunlop Crybaby Mini Bass Wah Pedal:
I was looking for a new wah just to change up my sound a little. After I heard the sound that Linde Lindström of the band HIM got from using the regular bass CryBaby with regular guitar, I had to try it out for myself. The regular-size bass CryBaby was a bit out of my price range, but I found a used mini one at my local GC and tried it out. OMG, what a sound! Linde says the bass CryBaby is "More aggressive than the normal one" but that's an understatement; it's actually immense. I can cut through any mix now. The Q and volume controls are perfect to dial in a great wah tone. I tend to keep the Q up full and the volume backed off slightly but lowering the Q sounds awesome for a more subtle tone (think '70s funk). Of course it also sounds awesome for bass too, but I'm in love with how it sounds for guitar. My only complaint is that because it's smaller than a regular CryBaby it can be uncomfortable on your foot, especially when your just practicing at home in your socks. Also if you slam your foot on it too hard, the auto return can activate and shut it off; just a couple things to consider if your looking at a mini CryBaby of any kind. Overall, I'm hooked on the mini bass CryBaby and cannot see myself going back to a guitar wah again.