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MXR’s FOD Drive lets you blend two ‘legendary’ amp stacks in a single stompbox

Featuring two independent drive circuits that highly complement one another.

Dunlop announces limited edition Tom Morello Cry Baby Wah

This custom Crybaby GCB95 has a red finish and bears quotes selected by Morello himself.

Dunlop announces a pint-sized auto-returning wah, the Crybaby CBM535AR

Giving players access to the iconic wah sound in a pedalboard-friendly size.

NAMM 2020: Dunlop drops a huge release of pedals, set-up kits and signature picks

Including a new bass preamp, fixed wah, fuzz and more.

Review: Dunlop GCJ95 Gary Clark Jr Cry Baby & DB01B Dimebag Cry Baby From Hell

If you think all wah-wah pedals just go ‘wah’, these two latest signature models from Dunlop’s ever-expanding Cry Baby range are different enough to set you straight.
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Billie Joe Armstrong reveals amp that inspired MXR Dookie Drive

The band found favour with a Marshall Plexi owned by producer Rob Cavallo.
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Watch: Gary Clark Jr. talks his signature Cry Baby Wah

Dunlop’s collaboration with the Texan bluesman arrived earlier this year.
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Summer NAMM 2019: Dunlop unveils Jimi Hendrix-themed ’69 Psych series of micro pedals

Three fuzzes and a Leslie-esque chorus in pedalboard-friendly sizes.

Review: Dunlop Siete Santos Octavio Fuzz & Jerry Cantrell Cry Baby Wah

These hefty chunks of engineering have been launched in honour of two very different artists in Billy Gibbons and Jerry Cantrell, but they both have the same job: to help you rock like a mutha.
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