Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
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Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
MGR/John Miller 01/10/2002

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby : MGR/John Miller's user review

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Helo everyone at Music Gear Review,

I know this is an ancient product by todays standardsgoing back to Jimi and the boys, but merits revisiting for new comers or old guys going back to their roots. The Dunlop Cry Baby Wah peddle was sold to me by my local guitar shop as I wanted a straight peddle to give me a Steveie Ray Vaughan sound for uder 130.00$. He immediatley got me the Cry Baby.I bought it based on its reputation and the fact that its been around for so long with very little modifications.

easy to operate and get the hang of in very little time, the battery lasts a long time, the WAh effect is exactly what it claims to give you.


The range of movement through the peddle is limited and not as wide as I had hope. There is quite a bit of noise and at a high volume, depending on your amp, you would probably require some type of noise reduction or filter.

Solid, heavy duty construction, built to last and to be used on the road.

A must addition to a guitarists arsenal of toys in order to play over the edge stuff from classic Stevie Ray and Jimi to Alice and Chains and most of todays heavier stuff.A peddle that will probably never go out of style and one you will find in most gear lists of the most well known guitar players.


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