GCB-95 Cry Baby Original reviews— 26 total
26 user reviews of GCB-95 Cry Baby Original by Dunlop
It's great for any of those styles. Tried some funk, kick a-s Wah.
I already owned the Demon Wah from Ibanez via a friends suggestion and although my metal behind was good everything...
It's tons of fun to use and sounds pretty decent for the price.
I play in a band where we do Knock On Wood (which I use it briefly in) and Sweet Shild...
Dream Theater, Metallica( pre 1991) that stuff. I've been playing around 3 years now.
I have been playing about 2 years. I own 2 guitars, 1 footswicth, 1 amp, and about a million picks.
This pedal definitely without-a-doubt suits it, and many other genres as well.
This was definatley the one to get. No regrets on this buy.
In comparison to other wah/distortion/effects pedals that I have used in the past, the crybaby is definitely my favourite and...
I have never regreted buying it, and the only thing I wish I'd asked is "do you know of anywhere...
It also goes great with my Les Paul Custom and my Crate FW15R.
Thats how hard it is. I just wish it had an easier way to turn it on and off, as sometimes you might not press hard enough, and other times you might press too hard, turning it off in the middle of a solo.
It is almost a stereotypical match up having a Cry Baby, but I live with it.I've been playing almost 6...
Though not the overall best pedal on the entire market, it's no doubt the best wah you'll ever get..
Great for blues or funk also. Been playing 2 years, it's easy to use tho so amount of experience doesn't matter.
I use to boost solos and such like.
However, it does add a lot of flair in most styles, when used in moderation.
Like Led Zeppelin, Hendrix, etc. I have been playing for 2 years and like I said I own a Squier and a Line 6 Spider II 30 watt.
But only time will tell how long this wah pedal can last.
I wouldt go for any other Dunlop wah, but the original.
I really like this pedal, it gives solos a real boost.
I've been playing for around 2 years and I play lots of classic rock and blues.
If lost I would get another, it is very basic and adds a lot of range for low price..
You could get the tone you want with this from music styles of Jimmi Hendrix to Kirk Hammet.
I've been playing for 6 years and own tons of other equipment.
It isn't the prettiest looking Wah but it gets the job done and it does it damn good.