#1
I am playing Hendrix's version of All Along The Watchtower as a piece in my Contemporary Guitar: Solo exam. Does anybody know which model of the Crybaby Wah Wah pedal I can use for it in order to replicate the sound produced during the Wah Wah section.
Last edited by GoldenGuitar at May 21, 2010,
#2
any of them. I have the GCB95 (the cheapest one) and its the best. Dont know why anyone would buy the $120 ones.
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#3
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any of them. I have the GCB95 (the cheapest one) and its the best. Dont know why anyone would buy the $120 ones.



this man is speaking the truth. i have the 95 aswell

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#4
I don't even bother with the Crybabies, as my taste in wah sounds varies a lot. Personally, I'd go with the Ibanez WD-7, as it's very customizable. It's probably the most versatile wah PEDAL I've ever used (although things like the rackmounted Crybaby are more versatile).
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#5
I used to have one of the cheap Dunlop Crybabies and I hated it after a while. I'd avoid that. Vox make a few good models and some of the higher end Crybabies are well worth a look at. Or a late 80's/early 90's model from Dunlop.
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#6
Thanks for all the advice guys, I ended up buying the Dunlop Crybaby JH-1B. Which is the Jimi Hendrix signature model, because it was cheaper than the GCB-95. It worked great and sounded awesome.
Last edited by GoldenGuitar at May 23, 2010,