#1
Could anyone tell me the main differences between the Crybaby GCB95 original and the Crybaby Classic?

I notice the Classic is £30 more exspensive so I just wanted to know why that is before I buy one.
#2
The Crybaby Classic has a Fasel inductor and surface-mount parts, which make it very difficult to mod.

The GCB95 is their bone standard wah, and lots of people think it sounds terrible without modding.

If you can I'd definitely recommend buying a used GCB95 and modding it.
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#3
Yea, modding doesn't cost much if you already have a decent soldering iron. Im going to do mine eventually. I would suggest the GCB95.
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#4
Thanks for your responses.

So there isn't a big tone difference between them though?
#6
i have the gcb 95 and i don't think it sounds that great. What should i go for to replace it Vox, and different crybaby? (true bypass would be great)
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i have the gcb 95 and i don't think it sounds that great. What should i go for to replace it Vox, and different crybaby? (true bypass would be great)


Assuming you don't really play metal, the Teese RMC3 or Fulltone Clyde Standard/Deluxe would be great. Both are quite pricy though, even used. Otherwise, I'm of the opinion that the GCB-95 can hang with just about anything with a few mods. Check out the wah modding thread in GB&C and look at the Technology of the Wah pedal article on GEOFex.com along with the site wah-wah.co.uk. There's also a thread over Freestompboxes.org detailing a few mods.
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