Dunlop Crybaby CBM95 Mini Wah

Have you ever thought that you like your wah pedal, but wish it was more adorable? Of course you have. Enter the CryBaby Mini. This little funk box is a slightly more versatile yet much smaller version of a standard CryBaby wah pedal. The space saving alone is reason enough to check this thing out, but its sonic qualities are the real reason to consider picking this up.

External Control: None
Cost: $

HornFX Review

Interface:  3.5/5
Although this is about as simple as you could hope for (just click and rock back and forth), the one manipulable feature of this pedal is hard to get to. There are three different available wah tones, but they can only be changed by using a switch on the inside of the pedal. It seems you must pick the one you like best because changing it on the fly will not be fun or easy.

Versatility: 2/5
Although it is more variable than the standard wah, the pedal must be opened up to access its versatile potential. That limits its functional variability immensely.

Clarity of effect: 3.5/5
All three settings on this pedal speak clearly and with integrity. Although your tone will not be pristinely represented, you will have a wonderful sounding wah experience with this little guy.

Complexity: Simple

Complexity: Simple

Live application: 4/5
This pedal sounds great and works just as well as its big brothers. The added bonus of saving pedalboard space is a huge plus. Some people will not like the size as far as comfort and functionality, but some will really love it.  

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Product Information

  • Half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal”perfect for mini boards

  • Three internally adjustable voicings”Low, Vintage, and GCB95 (modern)

  • Full sweep range

  • True bypass switching

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