1. History Of The Jim Dunlop CryBaby Wah-Wah Pedal

    History Of The Jim Dunlop CryBaby Wah-Wah Pedal
    When the wah-wah first hit the music scene, it didn’t take long before every musician and producer wanted that signature effect as part of their arsenal. Unfortunately – as with a few other early effects – wah-wah’s were notoriously inconsistent in their tone and build quality, varying greatly from pedal to pedal. For example, Jimi Hendrix was known to go through numerous pedals before finding one that he liked. This made the effect lose much of its popularity, causing many manufacturers to eventually phase out their own models. One such wah was the legendary Thomas Organ/Vox Cry Baby.   Continue reading →
  2. Dunlop Announces the Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini

    Dunlop Announces the Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini
    [caption id="attachment_2083" align="alignright" width="300"]Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini Dunlop Check out our entire selection Jim Dunlop Fuzz Face pedals here![/caption] Over the course of ’69–’70, Jimi Hendrix appeared at his most noted live appearances — Live at Woodstock, Live at Berkeley, and Live at the Fillmore East — using a mysterious red Fuzz Face Distortion with white knobs. That fuzz box sounded like a completely different animal from any of the other Fuzz Face pedals in Jimi’s arsenal, snarling with a far more aggressive, biting tone. The pedal itself has been lost to history, but its unmistakably unique tone lives on in the recordings of those three iconic shows, and Hendrix aficionados have tried to cop that sound for years. Continue reading →
  3. Dunlop Unleashes the New MXR Fullbore Metal Pedal

    Ultimate riff power is yours with the FullBore Metal Distortion pedal from MXR. This compact but powerful device is all you need to unleash the most devastating contemporary metal guitar tones ever heard. The FullBore pedal turbocharges your guitar signal with lethal amounts of ultra high gain. This is combined with a built-in Noise Gate to knock out the noise...

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