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  • Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby Chrome Limited Edition

    Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby Chrome Limited Edition - "Much awaited"

    01/06/12

    Q control for adjusting the wah character. Has a 5 way adjustable tone switch. Variable boost control. New circuitry. Obviously an all chrome build. Very limited supply. And I may be wrong but I think these are hand made Could be wrong. UTIL…

  • Dunlop ZW45 Zakk Wylde Signature Wah

    Dunlop ZW45 Zakk Wylde Signature Wah - "Bring on the Black Label"

    12/29/11

    The Dunlop ZW45 is a variation on the classic GCB95 Crybaby that was made for many years. Zakk Wylde has been a huge proponent of the wah in his live rig and eventually Dunlop offered to make him a signature model based on the Crybabies he was using,…

  • Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic

    Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic - "A bit too harsh/noisy for me"

    12/29/11

    The Dunlop GCB95F Crybaby Classic is basically the industry standard when it comes to a typical "wah pedal" design. Dunlop has been making Crybaby wahs for many years and this GCB95F is just the modern day version. It's housed in a typical metal casi…

  • Dunlop GCB95N Cry Baby

    Dunlop GCB95N Cry Baby - "love it"

    12/20/11

    The Dunlop GCB95N is a somewhat unique pedal that takes a different approach to wah and filter effects. Personally I'm more of fan of a traditional wah wah pedal, but I recently had a chance to try this out and I can see it's worth. The pedal has two…

  • Dunlop DB01 Dimebag Signature Wah

    Dunlop DB01 Dimebag Signature Wah - "One of my favorites"

    11/25/11

    Dimebag has been a long time user of a wah pedal, and he always had a unique style. After many years, Dunlop decided to release a pedal for him. This is based off of the mods he used to do to his own pedals, and I find that they're very similar to …

  • Dunlop 95Q CryBaby Wah Wah

    Dunlop 95Q CryBaby Wah Wah - "Nice features and good price"

    11/25/11

    People have been wanting a wah pedal that was in between the GCB95 and the 535Q. This is the pedal that Dunlop decided to make. It looks similar to the other pedals, and that's because it is. It is basically a stripped down 535Q. It has the stand…

  • Dunlop DCR2SR Cry Baby Rack Module (Custom Shop)

    Dunlop DCR2SR Cry Baby Rack Module (Custom Shop) - "Most versatile wah out there"

    11/25/11

    There are very few rack wahs out there. Off of the top of my head, I can think of maybe 3 or so, and very few of them come close to the versatility that this one has. Dunlop used to have an older rack wah that was real popular, but they decided to …

  • Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby

    Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby - "That Classic Wah Sound"

    11/19/11

    The GCB-95 Crybaby by Dunlop is your basic straightforward wah pedal. It has a metal housing with a heavy duty bypass switch mounted under the metal foot rocker board, four rubber feet screwed to the bottom, an input for your instrument and an outpu…

  • Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic

    Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic - "There are better wahs than this."

    09/08/11

    This is your regular ol' super simple Crybaby wah, only this one has a Fasel inductor. The Fasel is supposed to give the wah a more vintage tone, reminiscent of Cream or Hendrix, akin to the tones used in the old Italian wah pedals. There is a rocker…

  • Dunlop Cry Baby Q-zone

    Dunlop Cry Baby Q-zone - "Wah without the pedal"

    06/17/11

    Wah pedals have become a staple of the guitar world. Look at any guitarist's pedalboard, and there's a 99% chance that guitarist will have a wah pedal there. Some guitarists, such as Michael Schenker, like to leave the wah on and in a stationary po…