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DUNLOP CBM95 MINI CRY BABY Why must wah pedals take up so much space? Sure, they’re foot-operated, but that doesn’t mean that they have to be the same size as a human foot. And it’s not like they’re stuffed to the gills with large electronic components. The average wah-wah enclosure is all but empty. When you’ve just about had it with big, ungainly wah pedals, along comes Dunlop’s CBM95 Mini Cry Baby to save the day. This absolutely brilliant pedal shrinks the classic Cry Baby down to perfect pedalboard size while retaining its signature feel and vocal- like frequency sweep. It also expands its functionality significantly with a Fasel inductor, true bypass switching, industry standard power requirements, and best of all, three switchable voicings, including Low, Vintage, and GCB95. This little wah does it all, sweeping the signature Cry Baby sound into the 21st century. It sells for 99 dollars American, and I firmly believe that everyone should have one. ToneReport.com 29