While Dunlop may have started out as a small, family-owned company, it didn't take long for the brand to be recognized as one of the music industry's top-quality producers of guitar electronics and accessories. Home to the iconic Cry Baby Wah collection, it's easy to see why Dunlop guitar effects pedals are heard in recordings and seen on the stages of every genre of music. 2015 marked 50 years in business for Dunlop, and with no plans to slow down production for many years to come, they're bound to have lots of great ideas up their innovative sleeves.
One of the most impressive things about Dunlop is the roster of guitar greats who have backed them over the years and still do today. From blues legend Buddy Guy to Dimebag Darrell Abbott, musicians of all backgrounds have rocked with Dunlop guitar pedals. In fact, many have collaborated with Dunlop to design and produce their own signature models. Eddie Van Halen's EVH95 Signature Wah Pedal gives you the chance to unleash your inner guitar legend with its highly-defined mid-range and increased low end sweep. Are you looking to capture the sound that made Jimi Hendrix famous? Check out JH-F1 Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face Pedal. A reproduction of Jimi's 1969 Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face, the JH-F1 is built around a BC108 silicon transistor and features a hand-wired circuit board that's matched to the Arbiter's original specs.
A new addition to Dunlop's stellar product line is the Cry Baby Mini Wah Pedal. While this pint-sized pedal packs the same sonic punch as its larger counterparts, it comes in a much smaller package (about half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal), making it ideal for musicians who are tight on space. It's equipped with the classic Fasel inductor, a full sweep range and three internally adjustable voicings: low, vintage and GCB695. These three settings give the Mini Wah the versatility it needs to cater to musicians of all genres and skill levels.
From sold-out stadium shows to marathon garage jam sessions, Dunlop has been helping guitarists of all kinds fine-tune their tone for half a decade. They've worked with the biggest and the best, now it's your turn to see just what a Dunlop effects pedal can bring to your musical game.