Don’t let its small size fool you—the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah doesn’t skimp on tone or usability. It comes equipped with the legendary Fasel inductor, a full sweep range, and three internally adjustable voicings—Low, Vintage, and GCB95. At half th...
Don’t let its small size fool you—the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah doesn’t skimp on tone or usability. It comes equipped with the legendary Fasel inductor, a full sweep range, and three internally adjustable voicings—Low, Vintage, and GCB95. At half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal, the CBM95 is perfect wherever space comes at a premium, such as on a travel board. To top it off, this pedal features true bypass switching and high quality hardware so that it can take a beating on the road. Save precious space without sacrificing tone and put a Cry Baby Mini Wah on your pedalboard.
If you're looking for a wah pedal that gives you wah and don't want to spend a ton of money and tie up a fifth of your pedal board, this thing is perfect.
Literally no frills. It has decent sweep and the smaller size is actually pretty easy to get used to. Seems nearly indestructible.
I almost want to give it 3 stars because it doesn't have an LED to indicate that it is on. What year is it? Must we continue to live as savages?
I'm not a big fan of wah pedals. I own one because me and my band have a couple of songs where I use it. It's kind of hard to controle due to the size, but it saves a lot of space on your pedalboard!
I always wanted a Vox, but I learned about the hardwire bypass on Vox wahs, so I went with this one. I am using the "L" setting, which emulates Vox wah pedal. Plus it is compact and true bypass.
I tend to repfer voxes ins tock, affordable wahs, but this guy was so small and cute I decided to buy it.... it sounds like a big crybaby. I am not the best wah wah player but I can say I am no worse at wah wah on a small treadle versus a full size one. These are spit cheap and worth the investment if you're building a small pedalboard. I got this because it was my only pedal on the floor besides my midi controller and I wanted it to pack up into a guitar case. More mid-forward then the Hendrix wah, more conventional sounding then a morley but not as aggressive and mid-forward as the V847 I used to have. Totally passable. I'll bet every other crybaby is better, but not smaller or cheaper ;-)
I couldn't seem to get this thing to work for me due to the tiny size. After finding the voicing switch i got a sound I liked but I just never managed to wah effortlessly n this little fella. In the market for a full size wah that has that Cream sound.... I know, tall order.
I've used a Dunlop Cry Baby 535q Wah right from the begging of my musical journey, it was one of my very first pedals. But sentimentality aside I knew my sound was changing and my pedals were growing more in numbers and hauling a giant pedalboard + a giant wah around gig to gig can grow old quickly. Enter the Dunlop Cry Baby Mini, Bam! All those issues went out the window. 3 settings inside the wah, High, Middle and Low will allow the user to find their own wah sound, for extra usability I use this pedal in loop with my Boss LS-2 Line Selector to give my wah sound an extra push in volume and it makes it easier to switch it on and off with the LS-2 switch more so than the Cry Baby Mini's !Click!, Though that one minor quibble aside this pedal Rocks!
I love this pedal. Took a while to get used to the size of it and how to position your foot so you'd get the full sweep. The 3 settings are a great feature however you have to take the bottom off it in order to access the switch. A stupid design fault in my opinion. Still, I'd not leave for a gig without it!