Dunlop EVH95 Eddie Van Halen Signature Cry Baby Wah Pedal

Cry Baby Wah Effects Pedal, Eddie Van Halen Signature, with Dual Blue LEDs and "Van Halen II" Striped Graphics
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Spot-on Replica of Van Halen's Favorite Wah!

Step on the Dunlop EVH Wah Wah, and you're stepping into Eddie Van Halen's signature wah sound. That's because the EVH Wah Wah is a clone of Eddie's "Holy Grail" Cry Baby — a standard Cry Baby he had customized in the '90s for a more vocal-like tone. Dunlop's gone as far as to re-create the "worn-in" pot feel and sweep, so the EVH Wah Wah feels the same beneath your foot as Eddie's does beneath his. While visual feedback comes via bypass LEDs, your onstage visual statement comes via signature black-and-yellow graphics, striped all over the Dunlop EVH Wah Wah effects pedal.

Dunlop EVH Wah Wah Eddie Van Halen Signature Cry Baby Wah Effects Pedal at a Glance:
  • A clone of Van Halen's "Holy Grail" Crybaby — tone and feel
  • Visual feedback via LEDs, visual impact via signature striped graphics

A clone of Van Halen's "Holy Grail" Cry Baby — tone and feel
You get the whole package with the Dunlop EVH Wah Wah. Not only does this Van Halen-signature wah pedal re-create the legend's wah tone, but it also clones Van Halen's wah playing feel. Dunlop went to work developing a replica of a wah Eddies dubs as his "Holy Grail" Cry Baby — it's a standard Cry Baby he had customized for a more vocal-like, High Q inductor and a wider frequency sweep. Interestingly enough, through years of undergoing Eddie's unique middle-range wah playing style, his "Holy Grail" Cry Baby had developed a custom curve in the pot's resistive element, which defined the midrange and even more defined and increased the low-end sweep. With the Dunlop EVH Wah Wah, you get that same playing feel — and custom tone — so you can nail Eddie's sound, or toss it in a pedalboard line up toward building your own custom tone.

Visual feedback via LEDs, visual impact via signature striped graphics
The Dunlop EVH Wah Wah lets you know when it's engaged and bypassed via dual bright-blue LEDs — a very handy upgrade to a standard wah — giving you visual feedback you can count on. You'll also make a statement with the EVH Wah Wah in your effects pedal arsenal — it's bedecked with black-and-yellow striped graphics, based on the Van Halen II guitar.

Dunlop EVH Wah Wah Eddie Van Halen Signature Cry Baby Wah Effects Pedal Features:
  • Eddie Van Halen Signature Cry Baby wah pedal
  • Based on Van Halen's "Holy Grail" Wah — a standard wah Eddie customized in the '90s
  • Delivers the same tone definition and sweep feel as Eddie's favorite wah
  • Features dual bright-blue LEDs, for visual feedback during engage and hardwire bypass modes
  • Sports "Van Halen II" black-and-yellow striped graphics
  • Made in Benicia, California
  • Does not include a power adapter
Snag Van Halen's signature Cry Baby tone and feel, with the Dunlop EVH Wah Wah!

Additional Media

EVH95 Eddie Van Halen Signature Crybaby Wah Pedal Spec Sheet

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Wah
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 4"
Width 6"
Depth 10"
Weight 2 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number EVH95

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Great wah

Definitely different with a nice voicing. It's sweep is interesting and once you get accustomed to it, you can get some great tones for leads and funk if that's your sorta thing.
4/5

For the VH fan

The only reason I don't say 5.0 is the price. But if you have an EVH guitar and amp by fender, this is a great addition. In terms of quality, excellent. You don't have to tap the thing too hard to turn it off or on. The Tone sweep is good enough. Would be nice to adjust it, but I have another wah for that (ibanez weeping demon). What amazed me is how good it sounds with the EVH 5153's 3rd channel with tons of distortion. It is meant for the amp. I usually don't like to use pedals, even though I have many. But I may have to get the other EVH pedals to see if they work as well as this one with the 3rd channel of the amp.
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