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Jim Dunlop The Original Crybaby Pedal


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  • Heavy die cast construction for years of reliability
  • The original crybaby wah wah pedal that has been a standard in the world of music since its introduction in the late 1960's
  • 100k ohm hot potz potentiometer that allows for that quick, abrupt wah sound
  • Powered by the optional dunlop ecb-003 ac adapter and/or 9 volt battery
  • Relied on by jimi hendrix, eric clapton, buddy guy, david gilmour, and many other greats.
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions25.4 x 6.4 x 10.2 cm
Batteries:1 9V batteries required.
Item model numberGCB95
  
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ASINB0002CZVK0
Best Sellers Rank 303 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available21 Dec 2006
  
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When people talk about wah-wah pedals, they’re talking about the Cry Baby Wahs. This is the one that created some of the most timeless sounds in rock. The pedal that would eventually become the Cry Baby was first created in 1966 by engineers at the Thomas Organ Company. This new and expressive effect was an instant hit with players like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, who have contributed to the Cry Baby Wah’s huge popularity to this day. While other effects have come and gone, the Cry Baby Wah just keeps getting better with age.

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Wah-wah pedal

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ms. D. J. Rashley on 13 Jan 2010
This pedal surpasses any other wah pedal ever built - it is robust and the treble to bass foot lever is 100% responsive to even the most subtle of string bends - a must have pedal for any lover of the wah pedal.

Just watch out for the jaw ache that is inherent within this pedal - one cannot help but simulate the sounds produced with mouth action.

Simon Connor/Deborah Rashley
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dave on 23 Mar 2011
Being terrible at guitar solos, I needed a wah pedal to make my music sound acceptable to the human brain without making it bleed. Too many gigs had ended in tragedy.

Luckily, as soon as I invested in a Jim Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby I was elevated to the status of rock deity. I have grown an extra three fingers on each hand and my solos make inanimate objects spontaneously orgasm.

Thank you, Jim Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. K. L. L. Tan on 9 Jan 2010
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Anyone who buys this pretty much know the Wah pedal sound it's gonna give. My first order came within 2 days but the stomp switch engagement too stiff and stays almost "permanently" on after first engagement. The seller's service was so prompt that I receive an exchange by courier the very next day after I reported. :)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ian Halton on 12 Jun 2009
I'd had my cry baby for roughly 8 months and during this time it worked very well with the setup i had. Unfortunately, after this period, it suddenly decided to die on me and fail to work. At first i thought it just needed a battery change but this wasn't it. It does still work however through the clean sound setting but as soon as you click the switch nothing happens and there's just a low humming sound. It's a long shot but does anyone know what has gone wrong and what has happened to it? (especially as i've never dropped it or anything like that).

Anyway, the times it was working i couldn't fault it one bit its just that i have huge doubts over its durability unfortunately.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Roy P. Godfrey on 9 Nov 2008
A must for any performing lead guitar player. You cannot go wrong with the cry baby, it sounds awesome with a gig setup. This and a tubescreamer with a tube amp slightly overheated and you will be in guitar heaven.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R.J on 31 Jan 2014
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This is a good pedal, it is the entry level Jim Dunlop wah. For a couple quid more you can get a hendrix or classic which is probly better. But if you have a limited budget you can take down these giants with simple few mods. If you have no interest in adding conductors into your pedal then one simple mod you MUST do, open the pedal and change the position of the pot. The wah standardly has a very shrill top end and this can be amended with a screwdriver to open the pedal and your finger to push the pot towards you a notch or two.

I recommend a power supply as wahs can eat batteries like babies eat bananas. But be careful as a few sparks have gone flying about when I plugged it in via a daisy chain.

Also don't expect to be hendrix straight away. It takes a lil while to become accomplished with a wah whilst playing. Highly recommend for everyone who plays guitar.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reto-cute on 28 Sep 2012
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I got this pedal as I was learning 'Man in the Box' from Alice in Chains 'Facelift' guitar book I got form Amazon. I found it not only good for thta song but also to use in my own songs too. It is easy to use once you get used to it and you dont' have to press it down to hard either. One thing I will say is that you Have to be frim when you put the battery in if you are using one But ohter than that it's great! I reccomend it for any rock guitarist who wants soemthing a little bit different to add to their sound!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ringo on 25 July 2011
This is fantastic

Best pedal I have ever owned.

Best thing to do is to leave it in one position and it gives a completely different sound to the music.

Just play around and you can't go wrong.

Strong robust cast iron design, I havn't broken it yet. But I won't stop trying.
I'm visiting the Spinikar Tower next week to test how well the pavement holds up.

I should try it in space, it is that good it would beat the feather hands down.
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