Wah Pedals

  • Dunlop CMB95 Crybaby Mini Wah
    Dunlop CMB95 Crybaby Mini Wah
    CBM95 This Cry Baby Wah packs three different wah voicings to cover most of your tonal needs—Low, Vintage, GCB95—into a housing that's half the standard size and features true bypass switching.

    This pedal can be powered by a 9-volt battery, a Dunlop ECB003 9-volt adapter, or the DC Brick™, Iso-Brick™, and Mini Iso-Brick™ power supplies (not included).

    Regular Price: $142.84
    Guaranteed Best Price: $99.99
  • Dunlop Cry Baby Junior Wah
    Dunlop Cry Baby Junior Wah
    The Cry Baby Junior Wah features front-mounted jacks and an 8" housing for clean configurations on the world's most popular boards so that you don’t have to choose between a tidy layout and your Cry Baby Wah fix.
    Regular Price: $142.84
    Guaranteed Best Price: $129.99
  • Dunlop Cry Baby Mini 535 Q Wah
    Dunlop Cry Baby Mini 535 Q Wah
    At half the size of a standard wah, the Cry Baby Mini 535Q Wah provides the perfect balance of wah control and pedalboard-efficiency. This pedal can be powered by a 9-volt battery, a Dunlop ECB003 9-volt adapter, or the DC Brick™, Iso-Brick™, and Mini Iso-Brick™ power supplies (not included).
    Regular Price: $214.99
    Guaranteed Best Price: $149.99
  • DUNLOP Cry Baby Q Zone Fixed-Wah Pedal
    DUNLOP Cry Baby Q Zone Fixed-Wah Pedal
    Get the rich, resonant vocality of a fixed-position Cry Baby Wah in a standard pedal box with this reissue of the Cry Baby Q Zone Fixed Wah. This pedal can be powered by a 9-volt battery, a Dunlop ECB003 9-volt adapter, or the DC Brick™, Iso-Brick™, and Mini Iso-Brick™ power supplies (not included).
    Regular Price: $214.27
    Guaranteed Best Price: $149.99
  • Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Pedal
    Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Pedal
    When people talk about wah-wah pedals, they’re talking about the Cry Baby Wahs. This is the one that created some of the most timeless sounds in rock. The pedal that would eventually become the Cry Baby was first created in 1966 by engineers at the Thomas Organ Company. This new and expressive effect was an instant hit with players like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, who have contributed to the Cry Baby Wah’s huge popularity to this day. While other effects have come and gone, the Cry Baby Wah just keeps getting better with age.
    Regular Price: $159.99
    Guaranteed Best Price: $89.99
  • Dunlop GCB95G 50th Anniversary Gold Cry Baby Wah Pedal
    Dunlop GCB95G 50th Anniversary Gold Cry Baby Wah Pedal
    This gold-plated Cry Baby Wah celebrates the 50 years since the original pedal hit the market in 1967, opening a whole new world of sonic expression for guitar players.The Cry Baby Wah is the most iconic guitar effect in music history. When it hit the scene in 1966, it added a whole new layer of expression to the electric guitar-players such as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton used the Cry Baby Wah to create some of the most timeless sounds in rock. The GCB95 is a modern interpretation of that sound, featuring the lush, expressive character of the legendary red Fasel® inductor with a more focused high end and a more aggressive and accentuated wah sound. With a heavy-duty die-cast housing and a Hot Potz Potentiometer tested to one million cycles, the Cry Baby Wah will withstand years of playing.
    Regular Price: $357.12
    Guaranteed Best Price: $249.99
  • Earthquaker Devices Spatial Delivery Envelope Filter with Sample & Hold
    Earthquaker Devices Spatial Delivery Envelope Filter with Sample & Hold
    Howdy Space Cowboys and Cowgirls! Saddle up on the Spatial Delivery Envelope Filter with Sample & Hold! The Spatial Delivery is a voltage-controlled envelope filter that’ll help you explore the final frontier of funk while reinforcing your secret love affair with auto-wah. And it does Sample & Hold. Wild, right? The Spatial Delivery has three modes – Upward Filter Sweep, Downward Filter Sweep, and Sample & Hold. In Up and Down modes, you’ll get super precise touch-sensitive tone sweeps with a variety of filter types. In both modes, the Spatial Delivery’s controls for “Range,” “Resonance,” and “Filter” interact to deliver anything from subtle phaser-like modulation, to whistly resonant peaks. The “Range” control adjusts the sensitivity of the envelope, dialing in the overall touch-responsiveness to pick attack. “Resonance” adjusts the feedback of the filter. Counter-clockwise settings yield a rounded, subdued tone, while clockwise settings increase the body and ring of the filter voice, resulting in a sharp, peaky tone. The “Filter” control crossfades between Low-Pass, Band-Pass, and High-Pass filters, so only the good bits of your signal get freaky funkified. In Sample & Hold mode, the filter is controlled by a random voltage, which causes a series of unpredictable bleeps and bloops, and honestly, is just good clean fun. In this mode, the “Range” controls the speed of the effect, and if you figure out what the rest of the controls do, let us know, will you? Add an octave before/after the Sample & Hold and you’ll have created a deep-fried space droid computer freakout! We recommend placing the Spatial Delivery first in your signal chain for optimal tracking, but experimenting with stacking and signal chain placement can take the potential of the Spatial Delivery even further. It’s like ol’ Jack Burton (or was it Shaq?) always says in a time like this, “Don’t fake the funk on the nasty dunk.” The Spatial Delivery is true-bypass, and built one-at-a-time by a bunch of damn jokers in Akron, Ohio, USA – where we would never, ever dream of faking the funk on the nasty dunk.
    Price: $199.00