Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah Pedal

Compact Wah Pedal for Guitar with Fasel Inductor, 3 Wah Settings, and True-bypass Switching
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A Trio of Classic Wah Tones in a Compact Pedal

The CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah gives you all the famed Dunlop tone in a smaller, convenient package. Roughly half the size of the original, this wah is perfect for crowded pedalboards and gigs with little stage room. The legendary Fasel inductor delivers smooth sweeps and classic tone. Internal switching gives you a choice of three voicings - low, vintage, and the more modern GCB95 - so you'll have all the tonal control you'd expect from a full-sized wah. Take it from the Sweetwater crew - if you want a versatile wah that is the perfect size for any rig, then you want the Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah.

Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah Pedal at a Glance:
  • A trio of fantastic wah tones
  • True-to-vintage Italian-made inductors
  • Same heavy-duty design in a smaller package
A trio of fantastic wah tones

Dunlop loaded the compact Cry Baby Mini Wah with three very usable and very distinct tonal flavors. Low, vintage, and GCB95 settings, selectable from inside the pedal, give you a wide tonal palette to choose from. These sounds cover the entire range of wah pedals that Dunlop makes. Add this to true-bypass switching, and the Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah is a must-have.

True-to-vintage Italian-made inductors

Behind those legendary wah sounds of the '60s stood Italian-made Fasel inductors. These inductors were key to the pedals' signature sound but were unavailable for years. Now, Dunlop has been able to bring them back and put them into the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah, so you can obtain the original lush harmonics and rich vocal sweeps that have defined so many timeless recordings.

Same heavy-duty design in a smaller package

While the Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah features Italian-made inductors, Dunlop has left its time-tested, rugged design the same. You can be sure that the Cry Baby Mini will keep sounding incredible stomp after stomp, year after year.

Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah Pedal Features:
  • Compact version of the Cry Baby for crowded pedalboards
  • Choose from 3 voices: low, vintage, and the more modern GCB95
  • Sports Italian-made Fasel inductors for smooth sweeps and great tone
  • Heavy die-cast construction will stand up to years of abuse
  • True-bypass switching for pure tone when the pedal is off
  • Requires a 9-volt battery or AC adapter
The Dunlop CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah gives you a trio of wah tones in a compact package!

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Tech Specs

Pedal Type Wah
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 3.75"
Width 3"
Depth 5.25"
Manufacturer Part Number CBM95

Customer Reviews

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CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah Pedal

The hi, vintage and low switch inside the pedal are very useful to find a Wah sound that is right for you. I feel no problem using it. Takes about 15 minutes to get used to, if that. Sounds killer. I am glad I bought this.

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all I can say this pedal blew me away I would recommend this pedal to all
Music background: just enjoy playing guitar

Dunlop Mini Cry Baby Wah Pedal

I have two pedalboards: a larger one at church with the standard size cry baby (no pun intended) and a 2nd board here at home ... as I play every day. The mini wah is on the board at home. This mini wah pedal is excellent ... the sound is excellent ... the size is perfect ... and it plays well with others! For those interested, my signal chain placement is as follows: > guitar --- empress+ buffer --- dunlop mini vol. pedal --- dunlop mini wah pedal --- TC polytune tuner --- TC Hypergravity Comp. --- Mesa Flux Drive Overdrive --- Boss DS1 Distortion --- Boss DD3 Delay --- MXR Carbon Copy analog Delay --- Boss PS6 Harmonist --- Digitech Multi-Chorus -------------- addtional pedals to follow!
Music background: I have been playing guitar for 64 years. My musical flavoring covers just about the whole spectrum.


This is actually better than my classic. It has better conductors, and true hardwire bypass. Surprisingly doesn't feel far off of the regular crybabys. This will be my next wah purchase. Well, either this or the CAE one (which is Dunlop anyway, so its just the extreme Crybaby).

Tiny pedal, HUGE tone!

I don't usually take the time to write pedal reviews, but I'm so impressed with this thing that I just had to. I love wah pedals, but don't actually get to use them that often (I mainly play modern church music right now). So when this came out I thought I would just grab it to keep some kind of wah on my board without sacrificing so much pedalboard real estate. Well, mission accomplished in that regard! But honestly, I didn't expect it to sound so freakin' GOOD! It sounds better than my full size Crybaby 95Q! I haven't even tried out the internal switch settings yet, but right out of the box, the stock setting sounds really full and fat! Even in the fully toe down position, it doesn't get ear piercing or screechy. I mostly played it with a good amount of gain with either humbuckers or P90s today. I'm anxious to see how it will sound on some funkier stuff with my Strat, but actually even with the HBs, it did the funky clean thing pretty well. But MAN, was i impressed with the gained up soloing tones in this little monster! And, at least for me, getting used to the smaller size really wasn't an issue at all. It feels really comfortable and has a great range of motion. For such a reasonable price, you can't go wrong with this pedal!
Music background: Rock, blues, modern worship, 13 years and counting

Sweetwater Advice

Dunlop Cry Baby Mini Wah

Compared to a newer, full-size Cry Baby, it sounds every bit as good - if not better, since the internal switch lets you choose between low, vintage, and CB95 modes to tailor tones to your rig and style. I favored the way the low voicing tamed my trebly, Fender-centric rig....
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