Dunlop GCB95F GCB95F Cry Baby® Classic Wah Wah
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- Features the original Italian-made Fasel inductor
- Recreates the vocal sweep and lush harmonics from the wah's classic era
- Unavailable for decades until today
- Power: Dunlop ECB003 AC Adapter or Single 9 volt battery
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A unique, vintage-voiced wah pedal. Click to enlarge.
Fasel inductors help recreate the classic wah sound.
When you think about the classic wah-wah sounds of the 60s, you think about British bluesmen and psychedelic American rockers, not Italy. But those Sunshine-y and Foxey tones could not have existed without the Italian-made Fasel inductors that were in the first wah pedals--including the original Crybaby. These inductors were the key to the pedals' tone, but have been unavailable for years. Not anymore. Your Crybaby Classic with Fasel Inside will faithfully recreate the vocal sweep and lush harmonics from those timeless recordings. Plug in your Crybaby Classic and hear what you've been missing.
The CRYBABY Classic features a heavy, die-cast construction, for a road-ready wah pedal that'll provide years of reliability.
Hot Potz Potentiometer
The CRYBABY Classic boasts a 100K ohm Hot Potz potentiometer, built to last and providing you with a quick, abrupt wah sound.
Power the CRYBABY Classic with a 9-volt battery, or grab an optional Dunlop ECB-003 AC Adapter for powering via outlet.
Dunlop provides extra peace of mind by offering a one-year warranty from date of purchase.
What's in the Box
Dunlop Crybaby Classic Wah Pedal, User's Manual
Top Customer Reviews
This Wah pedal is the absolute best out there, anywhere. The Italian man "Fasel Inductor" is the heart of the sound that comes from this rock-solid tank-like beast of a Wah pedal.
I play music ranging from Jimi Hendrix, Metallica, Sabbath, BB King, and Zakk Wylde, etc.. And I now refuse to play music from any of those artists / bands without my Crybaby Classic. In fact, it'll be in my pedal arsenal right next to my PODxt, until the day I die.
The overall quality of this pedal is unmeasurable, and I simply can't say enough good things about it.
Buy this pedal - you won't be disappointed.
Also because this is an SMD PCB (very tiny resistors/transistors/caps) if you want to mod this wha pedal any request for Dunlop to provide electronic scheme for mods, will not be answered, and I could not find mods for this F rev on the web
This is one of the most pleasingly vocal wahs I've ever played, and the sweep feels just about right. The overall tone of this wah is very full and warm, not tinny like my old Crybaby standard. It's also great because if you don't like the sweep, then you can easily adjust it by detaching the gear connected to the potentiometer inside the housing. Furthermore, if you don't love the fasel inductor (though why wouldn't you, it's what gives this pedal it's great tone), you can easily swap it out for something like a Halo inductor if you own a soldering iron. There were complaints about the rest of the components being microcomponents, thus making mods near impossible, but this pedal is so nice sounding in the first place I don't think mods are at all necessary.
The other main complaint I've seen on Amazon is that the high end is too screechy and the low end is cut too much in respectively the forward and backward positions. This, in my opinion, is a criticism that shows these people simply don't like the sound of a wah pedal. Naturally, wah pedals will cut the low end a little bit and accentuate the very high frequencies. This, in my opinion, is part of the effect's distinct sound. If you don't like this, I'm sure you can tune your amp to boost the bass frequencies and cut the treble frequencies... but personally I don't use wah enough during live performances to adjust my whole amp to suit the pedal.
The price here is pretty great too. Other comparable wahs, such as the Colorsound Wah reissue from Macari's in London, are much more expensive. Simulators such as the Line 6 stompbox modelers, while doing an admirable job for digital effects, will not get you near the pure analog tone of the Dunlop Crybaby Classic.