GCB-95 Cry Baby reviews— 29 total
29 user reviews of GCB-95 Cry Baby by Dunlop
I play rock, blues, indie, punk, jazz. lots of things.
I don't wish it had anything else (thats the reason i bought it).
And its been great for everything I have used it for.
I have been playing for over 6 years and currently my gear is includes: Ibanez ARC300, Fender GDEC30, GCB-95 Crybaby...
Just modify the darn thing and you will be fine, but in all honesty, you should just get something else...
The reason I bought a Wah-Wah Pedal is to produce long, ambient sweeps, which this pedal is incapable of.
I've been playing for a few years now and I've owned quite a few effets.
This is the first and only pedal I have and I don't think of replacing it, if get lost or...
Personally I think it is much better that say, the equivalent Vox wah and for value for money it beats...
I haven't been playing all that long (about a year), so this is my first wah pedal.
I've been playing for the best part of three years, and this was my first, and probably only wah pedal...
The guitar is a Schecter Omen 6 and the amps are a Crate GTX212, and a B-52 AT-212.
The control and quality of this pedal is amazing, making it one of my favorate peices of gear that I...
So the pedal really funks it up and sounds good playing in dropped d.
A wah pedal is a classic sound for most of the '60s blues players and 70s rock guitarist.
Admittedly it's not often used in Grunge music, but then I'm all for making a song your own, so I...
It is my favorite pedal and I would not feel complete without it.
It's surprising what that lil mod can do to your sound.
I use this pedal in conjunction with Funk, Jazz (soloing mostly), classic rock, rock etc.
I play a range of styles from blues to hard rock to metal, and the pedal works for them all.
This thing can make crappy solos sound great.
Every time you pull this baby out, everybody will actually love to hear it cry.
It is a good pedal but just not what I want it for.
The tone might get a little too screamy for blues rythm, but I don't use it like that.
The wah wah works fine with my style.
I have been playing for over five years and learned that I caught on more quickly than most of my...
Perfect for all those Jimi solos. I have been playing for 3 years and own an Ibanez RX20L electric, Ibanez dreadnought acoustic lefty and a Peavey Backstage plus 100 watt amp.
It suits this sound perfectly. I've been playing for about a year and a half, I wish I had've asked "can I try it with a better guitar?" (I got a Squire Bullet Strat).
The sound, tones, pitch, and range it puts out top even the highest end models.