If you're a fan of Gary Clark Jr., you're familiar with his masterful wah usage. The Dunlop GCJ95 Gary Clark Jr. Crybaby Wah was created with the blues in mind and has a tight tone and great looks that you can't get enough of. The Gary Clark Jr. signature Wah Pedal has a modified circuit that gives it a lower frequency range. You'll also notice the tighter sweep that helps you create percussive syncopation when the time comes. This custom-voiced wah has an unobtrusive but profound effect, adding even more soul and expression to your playing.
Dunlop and Gary Clark Jr. worked together to create a wah pedal with a unique character. The result is a wah that has a certain gravity and weight to its sound. The voicing is tuned to a lower frequency range to add warmth and smoothness. A tighter sweep keeps the sound together and adds the percussive element that Gary Clark Jr. is known for. Take it from the guitar experts at Music Experience — this is the perfect wah for blues and rock alike.
For his signature wah, Gary Clark Jr. personally chose a brushed copper finish. The copper looks just as good as the wah sounds underfoot. The best thing about the brushed copper finish is that it'll relic itself as it patinas over time. After playing sweaty shows, your Gary Clark Jr. Crybaby Wah will look better and better as time passes.
Gary Clark Jr.’s uncanny lyricism and his ability to meld hip-hop, funk, and rock 'n' roll seamlessly with a blues-based core has breathed new life into one of America's greatest musical traditions. The Cry Baby Wah is the perfect complement to his masterfully crafted tunes, imbuing his compositions with expressive, melodic gravity. This custom version comes tuned with a lower frequency range that allows Gary to further explore the emotional depth that is so integral to the blues while its tighter sweep is perfect for kicking in percussive syncopation when it’s time to groove. Dressed in custom brushed copper finish personally chosen by Gary that will patina over time, the Gary Clark Jr. Cry Baby Wah looks as good as it sounds.