Darrell knew the Cry Baby, loved the Cry Baby, and worked with Dunlop to create this incredible, hot-rodded stompbox. In addition to its camouflaged look, the Dime Cry Baby from Hell offers a ton of great features — both for sound and for playability — to take this classic pedal to “A New Level.”
To give the Dime Cry Baby even more sonic diversity, Dunlop extended its frequency sweep range — it can sweep even higher and even deeper than before. Plus, there's a 6-way sweep selector on the pedal, so you can choose what frequency range you'd like to center your sweep on. The guitarists here at Music Experience appreciate the diversity of tones that are offered by the Dime Cry Baby.
When you're entering a wah-infused solo or diving into a lush bridge, sometimes you just want to have that extra juice when you engage the wah, rather than stepping on another stompbox to take your level where it needs to be. That's why Darrell and Dunlop gave the Dime Cry Baby from Hell an additional boost on/off switch — it gives you just enough to float your sound right over the top.
Darrell loved the original Cry Baby, but knew from experience that if your shoes were wet, they couldn't quite grip the rubber pedal the way you wanted. To solve this issue, the Dime Cry Baby features skateboard skid tape across the top of the pedal area.
The original Cry Baby features an input jack on one side and an output jack on the other side. Darrell wanted to make it easier to split your signal to a separate effects chain, so the Dime Cry Baby from Hell features a second output jack on the left-hand side.
|Pedal Type||Signature Wah|
|Inputs||1 x 1/4"|
|Outputs||1 x 1/4"|
|Other I/O||1 x 1/4" (internal switchable)|
|Power Source||9V DC power supply (sold separately)|
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