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

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Boah wha-wha is a simple and unadorned. One branch, it engages by pushing very hard and fire!
Small problem: mine does not have an easy access to the battery, I have to remove the plastic pads to unscrew the bottom of the pedal to be able to stack ... much to tell you that I use an adapter.

9 / 10 for this detail, but I know there is a small hatch for the battery.


That's ... it's simple.
It triggers (sometimes a bit hard, it must support, but it prevents switch without express) and it plays.
It's a bit confusing at first because the magnitude is enormous. It goes from the lowest to the high end. Do not play stupid with this pedal!
It took me a while to get used to it.


Before, I used the wha-wha a GT3. It was good. Then I tried this crybaby. And here I was touched by grace!
This pedal has a sound very warm and soft even when we share in the treble. It has nothing to do with a digital wha-wha. This is a much more lively and pleasing to the ear.
In his clear, it has a very funky (add a compressor and killing it!). In distortion is very nice. It does not bleed too much but it's still a bit dirty though, like fuzz but not much. It is very effective on a solo :-)


Well, generally ... it's a great pedal!
If we want to sound, that's it. Only competitor in my opinion: VOX wha wha with his hyper clean (but expensive)! Morley Possibly, but I personally do not like.
So ultimately, for the price, I say to you gentlemen (and ladies), it's worth it.
sorgen  :shoot:07/03/2004

sorgen :shoot:'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Wha-wha is a everything from classic and personal. I do not ask him most is what I was looking for.
is the analogue of course.


So it's simple, no need for manual ...
it engages the pedal by pushing hard on it, and turned off in rapuyant has this same place.


I tried several Wha, Cry Baby and it's really a must ... I prefer this pedal to Morley or even a hendrix ... the history of taste

in addition it can be used to filter and y'as sounds terrible ...

I use it mainly for solos
the race is good, once accustomed to mastering it well.


I've had four months. it is simple and efficiency is the one I wanted.
I got it for 130. it's okay for this pedal I found ...

I love it and it's the Wha I was looking so I would do this election ...

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

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Wah wah classic (no need to say what was ...)


Very easy to use, there has to support it (with the foot preferences)


better than the whammy no problem ... and that all other versions of morley wah wah ... like
good as mine is very young, must bring a product to clean the knob from time to time.


The sound is great, even adds a gain and it can be used as a filter to select a harmonic feedback!
in addition it is indestructible