[NAMM] ...and a new Crybaby wah.
While he was at it, John Petrucci also got a new signature Crybaby wah model.
Announced as the result of Petrucci's quest to perfect his wah tone, the new Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby features the rather classical volume and Q knobs but also include a 6-band EQ allowing to shape the wah sound from 100Hz to 3.2KHz. It will be available in a sturdy, road-ready housing with custom smoked chrome finish and JP shield logo tread. No MSRP announced yet.
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