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Dunlop Announce CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah

The CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah might be small but it's still mighty. Fully equipped with the legendary Fasel inductor, a full sweep range, and three internally adjustable voicing settings - Low, Vintage, and GCB95 - it's a full wah in all but size.

At half the size of a standard Cry Baby wah pedal, the CMB95 won't pedalboard space or sacrifice 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


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  1. Kirk Bolas

    I went to the Dunlop website and watched the demo. I’m glad Jim Dunlop explained that if one placed the ball of the foot at the end of the treadle, the feel would be essentially the same as a full sized pedal. This simple technique might not occur to some folks and the difference in size could potentially be a deal-killer if one did not know that a slight repositioning of the foot results in the retention of the familiar feel. I can’t wait to try one of these as the tone through my smart phone did not do the pedal justice. Most likely I’ll test drive one at my local Guitar Denter (no, that’s not a typo) and if the tone suits me, I’ll order one through Pro Guitar Shop.  Dunlop mentioned a street price of $99, so I’m pretty much there.

  2. Mason Patton

    I love wahs. I’ve owned seveal Crybabys and I admit their size often makes them the centerpeice of my pedal board, but I see no reason for this pedal. The reason a wah, any wah, is so big is because the player needs to feel the pedal under toe and heel. This pedal might work for my five year old, but it’s not for me - unless Dunlop will make a full size version with the voicing feature.