Jim Dunlop
Jim Dunlop
Jim Dunlop

Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of legendary products like the Crybaby wah and Tortex picks.

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  • Model Name: Dunlop Billy Gibbons Siete Santos Octavio Fuzz
  • Model Number: JD-BFGO7
  • Pedal Type: Fuzz
  • EQ: 7-Band
  • Switching: True Bypass
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Classic Cry Baby wah with two selectable voice modes
  • Equipped with the acclaimed Fasel inductor for sonic excellence
  • "BG" mode is voiced to capture Buddy Guy's signature wah tone
  • "Deep" mode offers a bigger sound with a vocal-like quality
  • Side-mounted mode switch can be toggled while playing
  • LED indicators show you what mode you're in
  • Designed by renowned pedal builder Paul Cochrane
  • Musical-sounding overdrive that keeps your core tone intact
  • Cut-only Bass and Treble controls
  • Independent Gain and Volume controls
  • Three selectable clipping profiles that cover a range of styles
  • Packed in a pedalboard-friendly MXR mini housing
  • Gary Clark Jr. signature Cry Baby Wah. 
  • Tuned with a lower frequency range for emotional depth and a tighter sweep for percussive syncopation. 
  • Custom brushed copper finish personally chosen by Gary that will patina with age. 
  • Power requirement: 9-volt DC (9V battery or adapter)
  • Limited edition wah pedal — only 500 will be made
  • Distressed black finish
  • Custom treadle design based on Jerry's tribal orca tattoo
  • Full lyrics to "Ranier Fog" inscribed on baseplate
  • Re-voiced for wider, darker response
  • Variable frequency pot
  • Powered by a 9V battery or AC adapter
  • M280 Vintage Bass Octave Mini pedal
  • MXR updated the warm analogue vibe of a classic sub-bass circuit
  • M280 will take you one octave down, or two, and you can dial each effect in separately

Input Impedance                  600 kΩ

Output Impedance               25 kΩ  

Max Input Level                    -5 dBV 

Max Output Level                 +2 dBV

Max Compression                36 dB  

THD*                                      0.2%

Noise Floor**                        -100 dBV           

Current Draw                        11 ma

Tone                                       +/- 7dB, 1kHZ

Power Supply                        9 VDC

  • Tremolo effects pedal with 6 distinct tremolo modes
  • Modes range from smooth and subtle to deep, choppy, and even phaser-like harmonic modulation
  • CTR jack for connecting a tap tempo switch or an expression pedal or for stereo audio output
  • Offers a wide range of tremolo effects in a single-space stompbox
  • Rugged metal chassis and surface-mounted pots for outstanding durability
  • Hand wired
  • Select resistors paired with hand-matched FETs
  • Recreated from a vintage '74 Phase 90
  • Adorned with script logo
  • Simple one-knob operation
  • Gives you a fixed-wah sound without the hassle of a treadle
  • Frees up your full-sized pedal for real-time wah-wah effects
  • Volume knob enables you to boost your affected signal — makes your solos pop out of a busy mix
  • Q Zone knob adjusts the pedal’s bandpass shape from wide to narrow — a must for crafting a one-of-a-kind tone
  • Peak replaces the treadle on a full-blown wah-wah pedal, allowing you to set your frequency center
  • Based on the tried-and-true classic that’s found on a gazillion pedalboards
  • Signature wah-wah pedal of Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello
  • Spot-on sonic re-creation of Tom’s early-‘80s GCB95 Cry Baby
  • Tailor-made for punctuating hard-hitting riffs and spawning crushing grooves
  • Heavy-duty die-cast construction for years of reliability
  • 100K ohm Hot Potz potentiometer that allows for a quick, abrupt wah sound
  • Custom finish adorned with Tom’s favorite quotations
  • Versatile signal switching to multiple amps, with different effects configurations
  • Thru output for a constant signal
  • Heavy duty housing
  • Great for pedal steel swells and instant dynamics.
  • Quiet operation and heavy-duty construction.
  • Ultra-sensitive 1 million cycle taper potentiometer.
  • Original Wah Wah.
  • True to 1966 Thomas Organ Design.
  • Put your foot down and be heard!
  • Analog bucket brigade technology
  • High and Low filter cut controls for detailed tone sculpting
  • Two outputs for a wide and sweeping stereo spread
  • Half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal
  • Three internally adjustable voicings
  • Full sweep range
  • True bypass switching