#1
I recently bought a Dunlop CryBaby wah pedal. However, I'm second guessing myself. I think I should have gone for the Vox, which was my first choice. Point being, I'm looking for an honest opinion of which is really better.
#2
Depends on the models.
The Dunlop GCB-95 is garbage unless you mod it.
I modded mine and I prefer it over the Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie2
#3
I've heard that before, so I bought the original. I figured that if it was good enough for Jimi Hendrix, it probably would work for me.

I'm not too sure, though...
#4
There are so many mods for these things on the net it's ridiculous. Just mod it to do what you want. Off to Google with ya.
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#5
Right...

It was some consolation to find out that Vox and Dunlop are owned by the same people, produced in the same factory, and build upon the same principles.
#6
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Right...

It was some consolation to find out that Vox and Dunlop are owned by the same people, produced in the same factory, and build upon the same principles.

wat?
#7
Yes- Vox and Dunlop are part of the same musical conglomerate. You can read more about it online...
#9
Hmm... well, that's just what I was told- so I could be wrong.
I'll check on your information. That makes sense, too.

Thanks for letting me know!
#10
I may be wrong but...years ago, Thomas Organ Company owned Vox and the Crybaby or something similar to that.
But Dunlop DOES NOT OWN VOX.

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#11
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I've heard that before, so I bought the original. I figured that if it was good enough for Jimi Hendrix, it probably would work for me.

I'm not too sure, though...


I'm pretty sure jimi hendrix didn't use a modern model crybaby.
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#12
Both garbage.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#13
Jimi used the old Thomas Organ Co. wahs I think. Or were his Italian? There were several Crybabys back then, and they are all leagues ahead of the modern ones.

Keep the Crybaby, mod the hell out of it, otherwise they're terrible.

EDIT: Wait, was it like an Italian Vox or something? Google time!

EDIT: Definitely Vox wahs more than Crybaby. I didn't even think the Crybaby name was really used back then. I don't remember though. And I could've sworn I read something about Italian Vox and Hendrix. No idea though.
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#15
I've always read it was the Vox McCoy was his favorite. I can't find the website I read it on originally anymore though . Could've been JEN, maybe that's what I'm thinking of?
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#17
Yeah for real. There's no telling what that crazy bastard did in the studio.
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