Hey guys, long time no talk!
I just wanted to share with you that I finally bought the Slash Crybaby, I have the other model the SW95 and that has been my go to wah since it came out.
I gotta say I was never happy with any of the wah pedals I had until I got the SW95 but there was a catch, it takes 18v which is not a HUGE deal if you have a power supply that has an 18v output but if you don't then you are stuck, I never used the fuzz (it's crap) but the wash itself is just perfect not too bright and not too subtle. Then the SC95 came out a few years back and by then I had bought a power supply with 18v out so I didn't need the SC95 anymore and I don't like buying gear that I won't use so I figured I'm happy with the SW95 so no need to bother,
Now I'm looking to upgrade my power supply (MXR DC Brick not the silver box one) to the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus and I didn't wanna have to use a special cable to provide the wah 18v and all of a sudden I go the email that Dunlop was going to sell the SC95 again (I guess because Slash put out World On Fire) so I figured this time I'll get it.
Sure enough I called Sweetwater.com (my contact is Mac at ext 1358) and he set it up and I got the wah within a few days! I think I'll keep the SW95 as a backup or to use it at home.
As far as the difference, aside from the fact that it only requires 9v and there's no fuzz built in, they sound similar with the SC95 being a bit brighter than the SW95, they both sound amazing you can't go wrong with either but if you want a 9v wah then you may want to get your hands on the SC95 before they discontinue it again!
I wanted to record World On Fire but i wasn't feeling so good last week, I put together the backing track mainly to play along to but I exported it just to get an idea of how it sounds and I figured I'd share, Hope you enjoy it, no tabs as usual