Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby
MGR/Steve 04/05/2004

Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby : MGR/Steve's user review

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I got it from musiciansfriend for $69.99. I had a Vox V847 wah pedal and didn't like it and gave it to my friend for free, so I got what I knew was great and got the Dunlop GCB-95 wah pedal, that was a good move.

You can get a great wah sound out of this thing, it is my favorite wah pedal by far. It sounds great if you wanna play some Hendrix, which I play too much of. It is simple to use, push you toes down and it is turned on right away, push your toes down again and it is turned off. It has a great range. It is my favorite wah pedal, I like it better than my Morley and Vox wah. I am getting the Boss PW-10 V Wah very soon, see how that is, it sounds like a great new wah pedal, so I should be reviewing that soon.

There's nothin to complain about, you just better have an adapter so you don't have to get batteries all the time.

Built like, what everyone else says, a tank! It wouldn't break if you threw it off the roof of a house, if you are stupid enough to test that, make sure it is a one story house, it might get a little messed up if you throw it off a 2 story house, I don't know, so I will stop.

If you want the best wah pedal, get a dunlop wah, I know, I have been playing guitar for a looong time, I have tried a ton of wah pedals, the dunlop wah is my favorite!

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