The Jim Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby has been a center piece of the guitar world for many years. The only problem is that with guitarists rigs getting smaller and smaller the Cry Baby became a pain to carry around off your pedalboard. With that in mind Dunlop have gone and released the Cry Baby Mini at half the size of the regular Cry Baby it will easily fit on your pedalboard.
Full Range Wah
If you have used a Cry Baby you know that its distinctive voicing and sweep range that have become a must have. This smaller version does not skimp on tone or usability, in fact it has a couple of added features that your current full size Cry Baby may not have. Plus since it is loaded up with the legendary Fasel inductor you know you are getting something that will sound truly great.
The CBM95 Cry Baby is based heavily on the current industry standard the GCB95 though you can use an internal switch to go to some more old school voicings. The low voicing focuses in the sound of the pedal to a smaller spectrum which is perfect for more subtle tones, while the vintage setting takes you back to the voicing of the original Cry Baby that can be heard on records throughout the 70's and 80's. Finally the GCB95 (modern) voicing is essentially the same as the current wah pedal that you will have heard in more recent albums.
True Bypass Switching
One thing people have always been asking for in a wah pedal is to make it true bypass and while some do have true bypass now not all of them do. This mini crybaby is not only one of the smallest wahs you can buy today but it is also the friendliest to your signal path and unaffected tone.
- Half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal-perfect for mini boards
- Three internally adjustable voicings-Low, Vintage, GCB95 (modern)
- Full sweep range
- True bypass switching