Jim Dunlop Guitar Effects
Jim Dunlop Mini Crybaby Wah Guitar Effects PedalDont let its small size fool youthe Jim Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah doesnt skimp on tone or usability. It comes equipped with the legendary Fasel inductor, a full sweep range, and three internally adjustable voicingsLow, Vintage, and GCB95. At half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal, the Jim Dunlop CMB95 is perfect wherever space comes at a premium, such as on a travel board. To top it off, this pedal features true bypass switching and high quality hardware so that it can take a beating on the road. Save precious space without sacrificing tone and put a Jim Dunlop Cry Baby Mini Wah on your pedalboard.
- Half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal
- Three internally adjustable voicings
- Full sweep range
- True bypass switching
- Impedance: Input 800 k Output 10 k
- Resonant Frequency: Heel Down 350 Hz - 450 Hz Toe Down 1.5 kHz - 2.5 kHz
- Maximum Level: Input -8.0 dBV Output +10 dBV
- Maximum Gain :Heel Down +19.5 dB Toe Down +19.0 dB
- Bypass :True Hardwire
- Current Draw: 900 �A
Jim Dunlop DVP4 Volume X Mini Guitar PedalThe Jim Dunlop Volume (X) Mini Pedal controls volume and FX parameters with the same reliable durability as the DVP3, but it takes up half as much space on your pedalboard. Features a switchable
- AUX jack that functions as a tuner or expression out.
- Controls volume levels and FX parameters
- Half the size of the DVP3
- Low Friction Band-Drive for smooth, durable performance
- Lightweight and pedalboard-friendly
- AUX output for switchable tuner/expression functionality
Jim Dunlop EP103 Echoplex Delay Guitar Effects PedalThe Jim Dunlop Echoplex Delay delivers the legendary Echoplex EP-3’s warm, organic modulation with 750ms of delay time and an Age control to shape the sound of your repeats, from clear and shimmering to saturated and distressed. Features stereo and tap tempo capability, with up to 4 seconds of delay time, and a hi-fi all-analog dry path.
- Vintage Echoplex EP-3 tape echo warmth and modulation
- Hi-fi analog and digital audio paths
- Dry path is 100% analog
- Age control varies delay tone from pristine to dark and dirty
- Delay control provides 65–750ms of delay time
- Tap tempo jack provides up to 4 seconds of delay time with external Tap Tempo Switch
- Studio-grade low noise floor
- Relay true bypass and delay trails modes
- Stereo In/Out capability when using TRS cables
Jim Dunlop Crybaby Wah Wah Guitar Effects PedalWhen people talk about wah pedals, they're talking about the Crybaby. The Jim Dunlop GCB95 ORIGINAL Crybaby Wah Wah pedal is a descendant of the original CRYBABY Wah Wah pedal that has been a standard in the world of music since its introduction in the late 1960s.
Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Cry Baby Mini Wah Pedal
This Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Cry baby Mini Wah JD-JHM9 pedal is crafted to deliver the same dynamic tonal sweep of the original Italian-made Thomas Organ wah Jimi Hendrix used, now with half the footprint of a standard wah pedal.
The wah-wah pedal was just invented when Jimi Hendrix burst on the scene in 1967, but he quickly came to rely on his wah to deliver a stunning array of tones. And to this day, few players' names are more synonymous with killer wah leads and wicked, wah-driven syncopated rhythms.
The wah pedal that Hendrix used was a '60s design by the Thomas Organ Company and manufactured by JEN in Italy-the unmistakable wah tone heard on Hendrix classics like Up From the Sky, Voodoo Child (Slight Return), Little Miss Lover and Still Raining, Still Dreaming.
This pedal is crafted to deliver the same dynamic tonal sweep of that original wah, and it comes in at half the footprint of a standard wah pedal with a classy chrome top rocker and black gator base.
Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face Distortion Pedal
This Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face pedal recereates the sound of the Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face unit Jimi Hendrix use in the late '60s, with modern features such as a status LED, true-bypass switching, a 9-volt power jack, and a pedalboard-friendly housing.
The Fuzz Face® was a crucial element to Jimi's sound throughout his career. He relied on the Fuzz Face's magical ability to deliver screaming psychedelic wails, dynamic clean tones, and delicious semi-distorted textures. This pedal's circuit is meticulously faithful to the very same Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face unit Hendrix employed in the late '60s, but with slick modern appointments such as a status LED, true-bypass switching, a 9-volt power jack, and a much smaller Phase 90-sized enclosure featuring colorful, iconic Hendrix art from legendary rock artist Gered Mankowitz.
Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Octavia Fuzz Pedal
This pedal provides the classic "octave up" fuzz effect that Jimi Hendrix made famous, with modern features such as a status LED, true-bypass switching, a 9-volt power jack, and a pedalboard-friendly housing.
Sporting the exact same circuit found in Jimi's original cheese wedge Octavio® Fuzz, this pedal not only provides the classic octave up effect that Hendrix utilized so potently on tracks such as One Rainy Wish, and Purple Haze, but its amazingly touch-sensitive response will inspire you to venture into uncharted sonic territory. This modern rendering of a classic one-of-a-kind effect features a status LED, true-bypass switching, a 9-volt power jack, and a much smaller Phase 90-sized enclosure emblazoned with colorful, iconic art from legendary rock artist Gered Mankowitz.
Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Unvibe Pedal
This Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Univibe pedal delivers the classic phasey, chorusy, Leslie-sounding goodness used by Jimi Hendrix in late ‘69/‘70, with modern features such as a status LED, true-bypass switching, a 9-volt power jack, and a pedalboard-friendly housing.
The thick wash of Uni-Vibe® Chorus/Vibrato that permeates the landmark Band of Gypsys™ album is undeniably some of the most transcendent tone ever recorded. With its phasey, chorusy, Leslie-sounding goodness, Jimi Hendrix was able to summon startlingly rich textures that sound as if you can actually spoon them out of the speakers. This pedal delivers these classic tones in all of their stunning analog glory, and at a fraction of the size of the vintage Shin-ei unit that Hendrix used in late '69/'70. It comes emblazoned with colorful, iconic art from legendary rock artist Gered Mankowitz.
Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Gypsy Fuzz Pedal
Get Jimi's unique and bitingly aggressive Band of Gypsys™ fuzz sound in a Phase 90-sized housing, including an all-new Tone control for sonic fine-tuning. The housing features artwork from legendary rock artist Gered Mankowitz.
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. We are happy to say that their tonal quest can finally come to a glorious end.
Poring tirelessly over all of the different customized circuit designs Jimi used over the years, our engineers narrowed down this elusive fuzz tone to a version of the Octavio® circuit that didn't have the octave up signal. Now, you can get the same Fuzz Face sound in a Phase 90-sized housing, including an all-new Tone control for sonic fine-tuning, featuring artwork from legendary rock artist Gered Mankowitz.
Jim Dunlop JohnPetrucci Wah PedalThe Jim Dunlop John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah sounds huge and expressive, with all the controls John needs to fine-tune his sound: Volume, Q, and a 6-band EQ to shape frequencies from 100Hz to 3.2KHz.
- Based on John Petrucci’s Cry Baby Rack Wah settings
- Ultimate tonal control of wah effect
- Features Volume, Q, and six EQ controls inside the pedal
- Smoked chrome finish