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The Dunlop DB-01 Dime Crybaby From Hell is a hot-rodded wah with an extended sweep so you can get more high end with the pedal down or low end with the pedal up. A 5-way selector on the side lets you choose which fr...
“It’s a little more complex than the typical Cry Baby from Dunlop. You can affect gain and the range of scoop and sound and tone diversity and dynamic – and I’ve also had it customised to have an automatic on and off, so as soon as I let go of the wah it turns off. “I always had problems where I’d leave it on and walk away and my tone would be totally screwed up and I couldn’t work it out. Now I have this so that it automatically turns off [similar to the Morley Bad Horsie wah].”more
The "Equipment" section of this article sourced by the World Heritage Encyclopedia™ states that "Simpson's pedal-board consists of a Boss DD7, a Morley Bad Horsie Wah, a Dunlop Dime Signature Wah, an Ibanez TS9, an MXR Noise Gate, a Boss TU2, as well as a Boss BF3 and a Boss DD-6 delay pedal."more
This photo was posted on Bad Suns' official Tumblr page on Jan 27, 2015. It shows lead singer and guitarist, Christo Bowman by his guitar rig at soundcheck. Near the center of his board is a DB-01 signature wah pedal with a very recognizable "CFB" (Crybaby From Hell) on the pedal.more
This might just be the most flexible, powerful wah pedal ever. Designed in conjunction with legendary guitarist Dimebag Darrell, the DB01 Cry Baby From Hell features an extended sweep range with a fine tune knob, 6-way range selector, kick-in volume boost and LED indicators (Wah on/off, Boost on/off) at the back of the pedal. This hot-rodded pedal gives you everything you need to do serious wah damage. Power: Dunlop ECB003 AC Adapter or Single 9 volt batterymore
Arm yourself for rock warfare.
The Dunlop DB-01 Dime Crybaby From Hell is a hot-rodded wah with an extended sweep so you can get more high end with the pedal down or low end with the pedal up. A 5-way selector on the side lets you choose which frequency you want to play with and also features a kick-in boost. LED indicators inform you of status, even on darkened stages. An extra input on the left lets you go in and out on the same side. Controls include an adjustable volume boost (0 to +17dB). An adjustable Q control modulates frequency breadth and a fine tune knob lets you adjust the toe down sweep range. It sounds bad and with camo graphics, it looks bad.
I have been frequently using this pedal over 3 years. It is currently out-of-order. In working condition, it is a great, versatile wah. It is awesome to have a light to let you know the wah is on. I wonder why this didn't pick up on all of their other models...... The reason for out-of-order, is most likely my fault, but don't you expect your pedals to be stepped on???? I don't "click" my pedal on, I hold them true to their name & stomp on them.
It does it all, but once you dial in your own sound, you'll never change it. I never used the boost, except by accident so I ripped the button off. Great wah with many, many tones available. The grip tape design is pure genius.