Yes here it is, the original and still the best wah-wah pedal on the market. The Dunlop Crybabay Wah-Wah pedal. This pedal is the highest selling guitar pedal of all time and for good reason. It’s been used by some of the greatest artists in Rock-N-Roll history. Here’s a short list of artists who have used the original Dunlop Crybaby Wah-Wah pedal.
- David Gilmour of Pink Floyd
- Mick Ronson
- Kirk Hammett
- Jimmy Page
- Steve Howe
- Tom Morello
- Brian May
There are many other great guitarists who have used the original Dunlop Crybaby Wah as well. It’s the wah-wah pedal that I use in my live rig as well as on all my recordings. The Dunlop Crybaby has never let me down, it has never broken and I’ve been using the same one, every gig for 12 years now. All I have to do is occasionally feed it a 9-volt battery which seems to last forever as long as I don’t leave the guitar cables plugged into the pedal when I’m not using it.
I personally really like the sound of the original Dunlop Crybaby wah-wah pedal. It’s not too aggressive and it doesn’t push my signal too hard when I turn the pedal on. In fact, the Crybaby wah is the only pedal I use in front of my amplifier. All the rest of my effects are generated by my Fender Cybertwin-SE amplifier. The Dunlop Crybaby works extremely well with my Fender Cybertwin-SE and it’s a great pairing. Another thing I really like about the original crybaby is the fact that the sweep of the wah is nice and smooth and not overly agressive. When I’m playing it’s hard to concentrate on my foot and doing microscopic pedal tweaks is a real challenge for me. With the Dunlop Original Crybaby I can give the pedal a good push and it doesn’t get out of control too easily. I really like it’s smooth response. It’s not an overly aggressive wah and I really like that about it.
I recommend picking up a Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah-Wah and adding it to your pedal collection today. They’re really inexpensive to buy, they keep their value and they last for a very long time under a lot of abuse. Pick one up from the Live Musician Central Store today!