Dunlop and the Meters' Leo Nocentelli Announce the Cry Baby Mardi Gras Wah

Featuring a NOLA-inspired finish and a lowered frequency range for warm grooves, the Leo Nocentelli Cry Baby Mardi Gras Wah pays tribute to a master of funk.


Lead guitarist and founding member of the Meters, Leo Nocentelli cooked up sizzling New Orleans-infused licks that redefined the NOLA sound and influenced artists of all genres around the world. He used the iconic Cry Baby Wah to sling slick, syrupy grooves on classics such as “I Just Kissed My Baby.”

Dressed in deep purple, flashy gold, and cash-money green with a custom fleur-de-lis tread, the Cry Baby Mardi Gras Wah features a lowered frequency range to deliver that same vocalic warmth in proper NOLA style.

Features

  • Capture the slick, syrupy tones used by the master of funk
  • Special finish in deep purple, flashy gold, and cash-money green
  • Custom fleur-de-lis tread
  • Lowered frequency range for warm, vocalic vibes

The Leo Nocentelli Cry Baby Mardi Gras Wah is available for $199.99 from retailers worldwide. More info at jimdunlop.com.


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