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Dunlop Introduces Hendrix Limited Edition Cry Baby, Fuzz Face, Univibe, and Octavio Pedals

November 18, 2012
The limited edition line of pedals commemorate what would have been Jimi Hendrix''s 70th birthday
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Dunlop Introduces the John Petrucci Signature Jazz III Pick

November 1, 2012
The pick is crafted to John’s exact specifications.
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Dunlop Introduces the Way Huge Echo-Puss Analog Delay Pedal

October 16, 2012
The Way Huge Echo-Puss serves up 600ms of delay with a pair of gravelly-voiced bucket-brigade chips.
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Dunlop Pure Nickel and Ukulele Strings Now Shipping

July 24, 2012
Two new string sets from Dunlop.
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Dunlop Introduces the MXR Slash Octave Fuzz & Slash Cry Baby Classic

May 4, 2012
With Slash’s own experimentation and input, Dunlop created two pedals to complement his raw, expressive sound
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Dunlop Releases Eric Johnson Signature Fuzz Face

April 4, 2012
It is inspired by EJ’s prized personal Fuzz Faces and is built to his incredibly strict specifications.
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NAMM '12 - Dunlop Joe Bonamassa Wah, MXR M77 Modified Overdrive, and Eric Johnson Fuzz Face Demos

January 21, 2012
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, at the 2012 NAMM Show where she visits the Dunlop booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear Dunlop's Joe Bonomassa Wah, M77 Modified Overdrive, and Erich Johnson Fuzz Face
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Dunlop Announces Joe Bonamassa Signature Cry Baby

December 22, 2011
With its huge vocal sweep range, Dunlop says this is one of the most expressive Cry Babys ever.
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Jim Dunlop Announces the MXR Custom Badass Modified Overdrive

November 23, 2011
The Modified Overdrive is a classic overdrive circuit with modern modifications for improved performance and versatility.
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Movie Review: "Crybaby: The Pedal That Rocks the World"

March 15, 2011
Crybaby: The Pedal That Rocks the World Guard House Pictures Crybaby: The Pedal that Rocks the World tells the story of the most expressive pedal guitarists step on—the wah-wah. The
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