Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
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Average Score:3.9( 3.9/5 based on 76 reviews )
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Ramms+ein's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Its been wha-wha


Asser simple but its course and I feel a little weird


Exceptional audio quality but I would say I have not yet the great stuff qoique a guitar with EMG peadale May repassont by her and exceptional


A friend to me I prter stung his ah well but I think he'll notice it

vlandrieu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
No rglage (priori)


Extremely simple: to support a good shot to the top of the pedals to engage or dsenclencher effect.


What about ... This is a classic pedals! I have a collection of pedals, but eventually my basic set is relatively small: Danelectro Dan-Echo and Jim Dunlop CryBaby! These are the only two effects that I really like ncessaire Whereas in my game, the rest as superfluous, the fun ...

I just Chipot crmaillre to change the range of frequencies. I made a anyhow, so I do not know if it acts now in acute or severe ... anyway, I have this PDAL for 7 years, it's probably the one most often remains in effect and my set that I used as live.


Inevitable, although since its inception, Jim Dunlop has toff its range and other Wah-wah most versatile and adjustable exist. I do not know if all are equal, but the GCB-95 is extremely simple and fearful of efficiency.

maiden_dave's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
-An input and output


Operation is very simple child's play is pressed the pedal and we do wah


Then the sound is great the race is on average in May Wah is huge


Ooh, yes I will remake them choice and problems

Guy-Jean's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby




Not bad, but it varies.

In his clear, not bad at all, I like.

With distortion (I use my Big Muff) depending on the position of the pedal. When the wah is placed before the effect is more discreet but still effective, the sound is super cool. When she is after, it was just too loud for me, unless you use other effects to fix that but I personally do not like playing with 50 pedals. It is a shame because a wahwah after a big muff it looks very cool things, well ... finally


Used for 6 months, bought cheap cheap (like 75 or 80 euros more I know). What bothers me most is the story of her too loud when the pedal is placed after the muff, but hey, otherwise not much to say I'm very happy.

Value for money: outrageous like most pedals, but a little less outrageous than others wahwah.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
It's a wah-wah pedals. All adj t said in other reviews.


It's a wah-wah trs simple to use (same ... but when you need to know to use a wah-wah). It has no button rglage therefore, is pressed (very strong) and is used! I bought it new but its Owner 'said she did not have a manual so I know not what is in the manual. But all we need to know is described below the pedals. Compares the Vox, it has the advantage of being able to be powered by a battery or adapter (the Vox must be fed with a battery).


I think it's a good wah trs. Couple with the distortion is perfect (in the clear too!). She is screaming trs (some will like, others not). This is the MODEL Crybaby base, it colors the sound when it is placed in the chain of effects (even if not active) but can be modified by hacking little. But if you play more and clear sound, I recommend the Vox.

I'm going away even a point here because it's the wah wah base .. is no way to adjust the prsence of fact, or other Galise with knobs ...


I have the pedals for almost a year (wow, that's my record) and I do not regret it at all. I tried the Vox before buying but I bought the Crybaby, it was better with distortion. The Vox can be supplied with an adapter. Ngatif one point: it colors the sound. But by tinkering (and cheap), there are ways to arrange a. Report qualitprix trs well for the new, excellent for use. I bought it used $ 80 CDN. Exprience with it certain that I would do this choice. I love it, I would not want me spare. It is not CHRE trs and good quality. You must have it in your pedalboard!

PS: For those who compare the other Crybaby wah-wah pedals with Whammy (digitech), the Whammy is not a wah pedals! This is an octave + harmonizer.

amaurythewarrior's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Ben wah is a simple, jack in and out, no rglages.
Technology? Well, it's not at all ... rcent

I will put in 10 because he ask.


Gnrale configuration is very simple, and rightly so: no rglage. Simply the "plug and play".

The manual is clear ... Ben, There's actually a good piece of paper or two 10x5 cm, but could do without it, and I will speak no manual ...

But there's useless information ... For example, they explain how it uses the pedals ... That a achte pedals when he can not use it?

I use it since yesterday, it creaks a little, may be it will pass with time ... It does not affect the operation for the moment anyway.

7 only because there is no rglage.


So, let y: ben me, it's simple I love it! As against a clean sound, it's pretty loud in the treble in the words of other opinions. But distortion is the foot! "100% pure wah sound!"

In fact you can do several things:

Wah-wah (no kidding?)

Swing the foot slowly to a flanger type effect ...

With the pedals in heel position, there's quite a synthetic, slightly fuzzy.

Position and "toe" of what many deafen the public!

8 because it is noisy


I use it since yesterday and this is my Premire wah.
What I like most: the sound!
I have not tried other models. Must believe that in my house, the wah ca not grow on trees.

The quality-price ratio? I paid about 80 so I'm pretty happy, I think it was going ... I have a Behringer prfre plastoc but in 50.

As against this note: it has no true bypass and is not adjustable, but by customizing, there's way.

Lj45's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Wah wah with switch, jack in and jack out.
No rglage.


Besides the problem of the switch is not obvious trigger, so good.

However, by removing the pedal, you can change the order of the washers to increase slightly and then the switch can be triggered more easily.


Wahouuuuu Wah!!
Extra, I love it!

And then when you let the pedal pushes almost in fixed but after the race, with the distortion you get sounds crazy!


A legend that is well worth its reputable.
What happiness!

brui2fon's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Nothing to add


Nothing to add


This is not the best wah wah in the world it is correct masi
just something IMPORTANT:
- The rotary knob can be repositioned, the indoor as fixed by a nut, so you can change the course of this knob to vary the sound, if for example we have too many needles ...
- Ditto for the switch, if it is too hard, or be taken to constitute el shot and the body weight to force it takes place on kla leg, is the fo up a cabbage, not too pasqu'aprs we could enable / disable while playing


For those tempted several amliorations possible on the wah wah:

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
An "in" one "out" and taking a small power supply!

is simple.
are MIDI to save his patch into the computer!
(Here a laughing smiley!).

is the historical wha-wha!
the legends!
any solid cast aluminum!


Be supported as an end bte Running dclencher the on / off switch.
So it is prudent of stopping to play one second before.

That said, soon the on / off involuntary playing.
but it is annoying if you want to use the hand for a variety of hacks.

a default: you have any dvisser rear plate to change the battery.
such as screws seem to have them done automatically filtage in aluminum in the manufacture, must be prcautioneux otherwise foirage!
t have a single door cooler.

and often these pedals squeak at the crmaillire which causes the knob (including mine) and there is nothing (there is no lubrication).
seems that has disappeared with age.
but it is annoying if there are open mics ...

dtail one: the battery (9v square) trs lasts long.
vrifier better every 6 months (if used soon) it is not all swell and sink on the circuit lends THE FIRST put in the bag to go scne!
Moreover, as often is the jack "in" cross of which power supply, so it's safe to unplug qd we do not use it (if using a battery).

the stroke of the pedals is short I think, but as has for shekels and everyone is accustomed.
Moreover, a vigier is better than a stratovolcano and everyone wants a strato!

a, the one who needs the manual should change leisure.
(There is still room in the studio again canvas).


The sound?
must have one.


It is possible to Toper times for 100 euros.

in this case the the ratio q / p is gnial.

if not ... Ben has a good price compared multi-effects ...
Rhode is a expensive compared a trinity, like a Stradivarius made expensive by the Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, as "the embassy of Auvergne" is expensive for a mac do!

it's something to be offered nol or a girlfriend (like me) and keep all his life (the wha-wha !...).
;-) )

Traps's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
-L 'Wah wah!
-Analog Technology
-No, and it's normal
Two-Jack connector are presented, one for input and for output lautre


It's super easy to use question is how well it servire but a matter of training. For this model wah, I find a bit annoying default, the switch used to activate the wah, it is pressed hard on the pedal and AC a little worrying, but it is especially frequent nine pedals. Kelker after me to use, it goes better now. so if you have a slightly larger budget, opt for the free modern switch which activate the wah is as of pressing the pedal. otherwise it is only happiness


The sound of this wah is sublime, is the wah for Excellent!
I play it with a vintage Start (normal lol) and a Jackson PS2.


It's been since September 2004 as I lay and I can not to be without them! more is that you can connect it to the area with a single 9V adapter but it is provided separately. The value for money is good. it is a product made in US so it's normally supposed to say everything. And be robust in a cast steel body style. To buy absolutely!