Dunlop Cry Baby GCB95 Pedal
When guitar players refer to wah-wah pedals, they’re talking about the Dunlop Cry Baby. Modeled after the original wah-wah pedal that the Thomas Organ Company engineered in 1966, the GCB95 brings you the expressive effects that musicians like Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix coveted. From recreating classic tones to perfecting your own, no musician regrets having this iconic stompbox on a pedalboard. The GCB95 features a 100k ohm Hot Potz for abrupt, quick wah sounds. Simply rocking your foot on the pedal changes the effect, allowing you to alter your tone drastically. The toe-down position produces more treble, while the heel-down delivers more bass. Placing the pedal in one position to boosts the frequency, creating feedback, artificial harmonics or sustain.