Jimi coaxed a zillion tones out of his wah pedal. The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Cry Baby Mini re-creates the dynamic tonal sweep as Jimi's Italian-made Thomas Organ unit. Add expressive vocal effects to your playing. Emphasize the "sweet spot" in your tone. Create "wacka-wacka" funk-styled rhythms. At Music Experience, we appreciate how Dunlop packed this meticulously re-created effect into an enclosure with half the footprint of the original. The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Cry Baby Mini wah pedal features an attractive chrome top rocker and black gator base.
Tone chasers have been pursuing Jimi Hendrix's tone for decades. Dunlop has decided to make their quest easier with a collection of Jimi's most coveted effects. The Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face is a faithful reproduction of Jimi's late-'60s Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face. The Jimi Hendrix Octavio Fuzz re-creates Jimi's "cheese wedge" Octavio Fuzz. The Jimi Hendrix Uni-Vibe delivers Jimi's Band of Gypsys-era Shin-ei chorus/vibrato effect. The Jimi Hendrix Gypsy Fuzz Pedal duplicates Jimi's unique Band of Gypsys fuzz tone. And the Jimi Hendrix Cry Baby Mini produces Jimi's celebrated wah sounds.
The wah-wah pedal was just invented when Jimi Hendrix burst on the scene in 1967, but he quickly came to rely on his wah to deliver a stunning array of tones. And to this day, few players' names are more synonymous with killer wah leads and wicked, wah-driven syncopated rhythms. The wah pedal that Hendrix used was a '60s design by the Thomas Organ Company and manufactured by JEN in Italy-the unmistakable wah tone heard on Hendrix classics like Up From the Sky, Voodoo Child (Slight Return), Little Miss Lover and Still Raining, Still Dreaming. This pedal is crafted to deliver the same dynamic tonal sweep of that original wah, and it comes in at half the footprint of a standard wah pedal with a classy chrome top rocker and black gator base.