Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
revola 12/18/2004

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby : revola's user review


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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.