Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah Pedal

Wah Effects Pedal with Volume, Q, and 6-band EQ
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John Petrucci's Wah Tone Is Yours

Guitar virtuoso John Petrucci and Dream Theater engineer Richard Chycki worked with the Cry Baby design team to create the Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah. John himself says it "sounds huge and badass like an angry, screaming monster with the ultimate expressive range - it's perfect for shaping single notes or manipulating growling, heavy chords." Guitarists at Sweetwater appreciate the 6-band EQ for fine-tuning the wah tone. If you dig John Petrucci's guitar tone, you definitely need to check out the Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah.

Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah Features at a Glance:
  • Wah pedal for electric guitar designed for John Petrucci (Dream Theater)
  • Controls for Volume, Q, and 6-band EQ
  • Based on John Petrucci's Cry Baby Rack Wah settings
Step up your guitar solos with the Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah.

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Tech Specs

Pedal Type Petrucci Wah
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Adjustable Q Yes
Manufacturer Part Number JP95

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 13 reviews
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5/5

JP95 Crybaby as good as it gets

While it might seem a wah is a basic simple bandpass (mid range) moving filter it is a terse reality that many just don't quite work for your rig, style, or overall chemistry of everything. I look for a wah w adjustments so you can tweak it into your rig and sonic pref. Had a million wahs and needed a new one so from what I heard on this puppy seemed to be a great version of the crybaby. Did not disappoint, factory set at Petrucci's settings it delivers a deep midrange high output sweep indicative of its bolder red Fasel inductor. (confirmed by Dunlop it is a Red Fasel) Inside there are pots for adjust on Q width, output level, and 6 bands of EQ covering the full range of the bandpass filter sweep range. Seems to me JP has it tweaked into the best sounding and bold darker voiced wah I like so I doubt if I will ever mess w the internals. Anyway, if there is a better wah than this I cannot imagine the how or why. 5 STAR all the way!!
5/5

Amazing!!!

Best Wah Pedal I have ever played on. The range of sounds you can get out of it is incredible!!
5/5

One of the best

This is for me the best crybaby pedal ,is my first from Dunlop but is so far my favorite Is just remove from the box, power up and use. John Petrucci settings fits so well with clean or distorted sound that you doesnt needs change nothing See the Pete Thorn test on youtube , Regards
5/5

Cry baby wah

I love this pedal, my first one, has the tone I was looking for!
Music background: Rookie
5/5

Wah Wah WOW

As one would expect from JP, it's all about TONE TONE TONE. I've used a lot of Wah's. Bad Horsie, Weeping Demon, Standard Dunlop, several awful multi-effect wah's; this one blows them out of the water. Your tone gets fatter, bolder, even more in your face with the volume rolled up. With the volume rolled down, you get subtlety, expression, and an epic sweep. Now I have to save money to buy two more for my other rigs. Anybody want to buy an Ibanez Weeping Demon, or Bad Horsie, or Standard Dunlop wah? I no longer have need of any of them:)

Sweetwater Advice

Dunlop JP95 John Petrucci Wah

This is the most gargantuan-sounding wah pedal I've ever heard. The JP95's tone range is based on the settings Petrucci has been using for years on his Dunlop rack wah. And it easily achieves the throaty, aggressive sound that drives Dream Theater songs like "Home."...
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