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Dunlop Original Cry Baby Wah GCB95

Dunlop Original Cry Baby Wah GCB95

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£76.00 £87.99
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Vox V845 Wah

Vox V845 Wah

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£59.00 £63.00
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Dunlop Crybaby Multi Wah 535Q

Dunlop Crybaby Multi Wah 535Q

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£145.00 £198.00
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Morley 20/20 Power Fuzz Wah

Morley 20/20 Power Fuzz Wah

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£109.00 £149.00
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Dunlop CBM95 Crybaby Mini Wah

Dunlop CBM95 Crybaby Mini Wah

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£99.00 £130.00
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Morley Mini Classic Switchless Wah

Morley Mini Classic Switchless Wah

£79.00 £115.00
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Morley 20/20 Bad Horsie Wah

Morley 20/20 Bad Horsie Wah

£109.00 £159.00
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Dunlop CBM535Q Mini Cry Baby Q Wah Wah

Dunlop CBM535Q Mini Cry Baby Q Wah Wah

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£145.00 £157.00
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Dunlop Tom Morello Wah TBM95

Dunlop Tom Morello Wah TBM95

£135.00 £171.00
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Dunlop SC95 Slash Classic Cry Baby

Dunlop SC95 Slash Classic Cry Baby

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£143.00 £198.00
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Dunlop KH95 Kirk Hammett Wah

Dunlop KH95 Kirk Hammett Wah

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£149.00 £157.00
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Dunlop Crybaby Q Wah Wah 95Q

Dunlop Crybaby Q Wah Wah 95Q

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£135.00 £186.00
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MXR Bass Envelope Filter M82

MXR Bass Envelope Filter M82

£145.00 £164.00
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BOSS AW-3 Auto Wah

BOSS AW-3 Auto Wah

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£149.00
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Fulltone WahFull

Fulltone WahFull

£219.00
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Morley 20/20 Wah Lock

Morley 20/20 Wah Lock

£119.00 £169.00
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Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2 Wah

Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2 Wah

£139.00 £179.00
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Dunlop Cry Baby 535Q Mini Auto Return Wah

Dunlop Cry Baby 535Q Mini Auto Return Wah

£159.00
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Dunlop Crybaby Slash Wah SW-95

Dunlop Crybaby Slash Wah SW-95

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£167.00 £223.00
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MXR M222 Talk Box

MXR M222 Talk Box

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£169.00 £231.87
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Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic Wah

Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic Wah

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£122.00 £167.00
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BOSS PW-3 Wah

BOSS PW-3 Wah

£109.00 £115.00
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Dunlop JD-JC95B Cantrell Wah Black

Dunlop JD-JC95B Cantrell Wah Black

£174.99
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Dunlop GBJ95 Crybaby Junior Wah

Dunlop GBJ95 Crybaby Junior Wah

£119.00 £154.99
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Electro Harmonix Wailer Wah

Electro Harmonix Wailer Wah

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£58.00 £64.00
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Morley 20/20 Wah Boost

Morley 20/20 Wah Boost

£99.00 £149.00
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RMC RMC10 Wah

RMC RMC10 Wah

£299.00
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Dunlop JC95 Jerry Cantrell Wah

Dunlop JC95 Jerry Cantrell Wah

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£153.00 £198.00
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Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah

Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah

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£199.00 £225.00
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Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah with Booster/Buffer

Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah with Booster/Buffer

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£225.00 £249.00
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Electro Harmonix Cockfight Plus Wah

Electro Harmonix Cockfight Plus Wah

£107.00 £115.00
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Dunlop Dimebag Wah Black Camo JD-DB01B

Dunlop Dimebag Wah Black Camo JD-DB01B

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£179.00 £229.00
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Fender Tread-Light Wah

Fender Tread-Light Wah

£79.00
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Morley 20/20 Lead Wah

Morley 20/20 Lead Wah

£109.00 £149.00
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Morley 20/20 Power Wah

Morley 20/20 Power Wah

£89.00 £109.00
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Electro Harmonix Cock Fight Talking Wah

Electro Harmonix Cock Fight Talking Wah

£107.00
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Dunlop Dimebag Wah DB01

Dunlop Dimebag Wah DB01

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£179.00 £223.00
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Morley 20/20 Distortion Wah

Morley 20/20 Distortion Wah

£119.00 £169.00
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RMC RMC 3 Wah

RMC RMC 3 Wah

£299.00
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RMC RMC4 Picture Wah

RMC RMC4 Picture Wah

£299.00
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About Wah Pedals

Wah pedals are a lot of fun. Because they are controlled by your foot on a treadle, they uniquely feel like your personal expression as a guitar player - no two players wah alike.

One of the most recognisable guitar effects, wah pedals - often called ‘wah-wah’ pedals - are essentially a mid-boost with the ability to sweep between frequencies. The mid-boost is known as the ‘Q’ and can be either a narrow or wide frequency range. Rocking forward on the wah while playing a note creates a distinctive vocal sound.

The effect was introduced by Vox in the mid-60s. It was originally intended for wind instruments to mimic the sound of using a mute with a trumpet. However, it quickly became clear that it suited electric guitarists best!

Early adopters of the effect were Eric Clapton and, most notably, Jimi Hendrix, who iconically used a wah in the intro to ‘Voodoo Child (Slight Return)’. Other famous users since then have included Isaac Hayes innovating the ‘whacka-whacka’ funk sound of the 70s in his theme song to ‘Shaft’ and Metallica’s Kirk Hammett who used the effect extensively in the 90s, memorably in the guitar solo in ‘Enter Sandman’.

Dunlop are the most famous modern manufacturers of wah pedals with their ubiquitous Cry Baby and numerous signature wahs. There are many more excellent options from Morley, Electro-Harmonix and, of course, Vox.

What makes wah pedals different?

  • Distinctive vocal sound
  • Perfect for everything from blues to funk to metal
  • Unique expressiveness
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Wah Pedals

    Question: What type of guitar player needs a wah pedal?
    Wah pedals are particularly popular among blues, funk and metal players. They are wonderful for giving solos an organic, vocal quality and funk rhythm parts personality.
    Question: Where should the wah pedal go in my effects chain?
    Wah pedals go first in the chain! Feel free to experiment but plugging the guitar straight into the wah is the tried and true method.
    Question: What wah pedal did Jimi Hendrix use?
    Jimi used the long discontinued Vox Clyde McCoy Wah pedal. There are plenty of wahs on the market that are very similar to this iconic pedal. These include the Fulltone Clyde and the RMC Real McCoy and Dunlop Hendrix signature Cry Baby. All of these will capture that classic ‘Voodoo Child’ tone!