Dunlop Cry Baby Junior

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It’s built to better fit pedalboards—but three switchable voices make it more versatile, too.

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Pros:
Wide range of wah voices. Smooth sweep. Torque-adjustable treadle stays parked when you want it to. Top-mounted jacks. Bypass LED.

Cons:
Voice switch could be bigger and easier to see.

Street:
$129

Dunlop Cry Baby Junior
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A wailing wah classic with three killer voices and a footprint built for modern pedalboards.

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