As mentioned on the "Changing the tone of the GCB-95 Crybaby" page, you can change the standard CGB-95 into a bass wah or Zakk Wylde (ZW-45) or Hendrix wah (JH-1) by simply replacing a capacitor. But Read more [...]
This is a guest article by Joe Gagan, who also took and provided the pictures.
I am Joe Gagan. I buy hundreds of Dunlop wahs a year, from many sources. in 2013, a rare bird landed in my lap. Read more [...]
For a long time since rescuing the Crybaby brand from Thomas Organ in 1981, Dunlop kept to producing just the one model - the GCB-95 Crybaby. There were a bunch of circuit and construction revisions over Read more [...]
If you have modified your Dunlop wah using one of the pages on this site and are experiencing problems, have a look here. I have added the most frequently asked questions, and will add new questions as Read more [...]
For a number of years, I was busy modifying wah pedals for friends and guitarists, mainly in and around Sweden. Lately, though, it has started becoming a bit of a chore, so in an effort to lighten the Read more [...]
Also known as "circuit mods". This is a collection of changes you can make to the Crybaby circuit, to change its tone and response. Please note that this is not a list of my suggestions - in other words, Read more [...]
This post is focused on how to modify the current production GCB-95 Crybaby for true bypass. It applies to all Dunlop wahs that use the GCB-95 circuit board, and that has the jacks mounted to said circuit Read more [...]