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Dunlop reveals new dual-inductor “Custom Badass” Cry Baby wah

A “kickswitch” on the side of the pedal allows for easy changing between two wah voices.

Reverb and Jeorge Tripps announce ultra-limited run of 10 Fuzz Face pedals

The pedals are tied in with Reverb’s upcoming documentary The Pedal Movie.

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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