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Jim Dunlop, Dunlop Manufacturing Inc

Guitar gear innovator Jim Dunlop Sr has died

The influential founder of Dunlop Manufacturing – creator of picks, capos, effects and more –passes away.
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NAMM 2019: Dunlop unveils new pedals, updates to existing lines

New MXR and Way Huge pedals, a Billy Gibbons-inspired fuzz box, and more.
MXR Mini Iso Brick Power Supply

Dunlop announces three new offerings

Namely, a compact power supply, a mini bass octave pedal, and a Way Huge drive/octave stompbox.
Music China Joe Stump

Music China 2018: PRS Guitars, Hotone, Höfner and Jim Dunlop (Day 2 Recap)

We're back in the Shanghai New International Expo Centre for the second day of Music China 2018. Here's what caught our eye.

Interview: Blair Dunlop

As the son of a folk legend Blair Dunlop’s foray into music was not without pedigree, but he’s more than earned his stripes since. He talks to Sam Roberts about Duo Jets and five-a-side football…

Dunlop Cry Baby Mini 535Q Review

This miniaturised wah is still a Cry Baby, but has some surprisingly grown-up added tricks – so do you need half-size feet to use it?

Dunlop CBM105Q Cry Baby Bass Mini Wah Review

Want to add funky wah to your bass sound without sacrificing pedalbord space? Gareth Morgan reports.

NAMM 2017: Dunlop Announce Way Huge Camel Toe Triple Overdrive MKII

The Way Huge Camel Toe is landing tomorrow (6th January), so don't miss out!

Pick of the bunch – Jim Dunlop Herco Nylon Picks

Guitars come and go, but once a player finds the right pick it’s surprising how loyal they can become. Herco Nylon Picks were used by many star players, and now these classics are back, thanks to Dunlop.
Jeorge Tripps interview feature

Interview: Jeorge Tripps on his perennial relationship with pedals

He’s worked with Joe Bonamassa, Eric Johnson, Eddie Van Halen and the Jimi Hendrix Estate and designed an effects pedal that spawned whole new genres of music. Not bad for an engineer who began his career as a self-confessed “pain in the ass” to the big boys. We meet Way Huge main man Jeorge Tripps…
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