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Firma americana Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc.,cunoscuta si sub numele de Jim Dunlop, este un cunoscut producator american de efecte de chitara si accesorii pentru chitara. . Compania este renumita pentru fabricarea pedalelor de efecte de chitara wah-wah, cunoscute sub numele de Dunlop Cry Baby. O pedala wah-wah este un efect de chitara care modifica tonul creand un efect distinctiv al sunetului,care imita vocea umana. Pedala Dunlop Cry Baby este cea mai vanduta pedala de efecte de chitara pe plan mondial, majoritatea chitaristilor celebri folosind acest efect. Dunlop a creat de fapt mai multe modele ale acestei pedale, inspirandu-se din tonul unor mari chitaristi : Jimi Hendrix, Dimebag Darrel, Slash, Zakk Wylde.

Alte efecte celebre produse de Dunlop sunt Talk-Box is Fuzz Face si Uni Vibe. 

De asemenea, Dunlop este cunoscut pentru o serie de accesorii de chitara profesionale, slide-uri, capodastre si pene. O mentiune aparte pentru penele de chitara produse din Delrin (material plastic inventat de catre DuPont), sub marca Tortex. Aceste pene imitand textura carapacei de testoasa, material din care se fabricau penele de chitara pana la sfarsitul anilor 70 cand comertul cu carapace de testoase a fost interzis.

Firma Dunlop s-a dezvoltat si prin achizitia altor companii ca Rockman si MXR.

MXR, cunoscuta si ca MXR Innovations, este un producator de efecte de chitara fondat in anul 1972 si cunoscut in special pentru pedala de efecte Phase 90, facuta celebra de catre Eddie Van Halen, care a folosita la primele lui albume.

Astazi, gama de efecte MXR este foarte bogata, incluzand pedale populare care EVH Flanger, Wylde Distortion, Dime Distortion, Kerry King Equalizer si Carbon Copy Analog Delay.

Din anul 2008 produsele Jim Dunlop sunt importate in Romania de catre ProGuitar.

 Artisti care au folosit  pedala Cry Baby

David Gilmour of Pink Floyd has used the Classic Cry-Baby Wah-Wah Pedal on many songs on several albums, most notably "Stay" on the album Obscured by Clouds.

Stevie Ray Vaughan used a Crybaby wah-wah pedal on some of his songs, though he may have also used a Vox wah as well, given his heavy use of elements that contributed to Jimi Hendrix's tone.

-   Mick Ronson (David Bowie's guitarist during the classic early 70's era) is said to have achieved his distinctive sound by playing a Gibson Les Paul through a Crybaby - the only effects pedal he used much of the time during this period.

-   Dimebag Darrell used a Cry Baby 535Q in many of his solos, as well as the Custom Shop DCR-1SR rack wah.

-   Kirk Hammett uses the Cry Baby in many of his guitar solos. He is quoted as saying "The only way for you to stop me from using it is to cut off my legs". He is known to use the Custom Shop rack wahs, as well as the Crybaby Classic.

-   Jimmy Page Guitarist of Led Zeppelin, usually uses a Classic, modified for increased treble, which can be heard on tracks such as "Dazed and Confused" and "Trampled Under Foot".

Steve Howe of Yes uses one on the live version of "Yours Is No Disgrace" on the album Yessongs

Slash uses the wah-wah pedal among other special effects. He has been associated with the Crybaby Classic, and in 2006, his signature Crybaby was introduced. He has also been seen using a Real McCoy Custom RMC3

Tom Morello is noted for his extensive use of effects pedals including the wah pedal; He has said that the Crybaby that he uses on stage was manufactured sometime during the 1980s. It can be heard on 'Bulls On Parade' from the album 'Evil Empire'. His Crybaby is possibly unique in that its sweep remains within the mid-ranges, as he has said that he has multiple Crybabies, and none of the others sound like the one that he uses.

John Petrucci of Dream Theater uses a Dunlop Cry Baby Custom Shop Rack Wah, as well as a 535Q at clinics.

- Joe Satriani uses a Dunlop 535Q CryBaby in many of his recordings, as well as many other wahs.

Zakk Wylde uses a Dunlop Signature Model wah pedal, and previously used various other Crybaby wahs.

Joe Perry uses a Cry Baby GCB-95 in many Aerosmith songs.

The Edge of U2 uses one on live versions of Bullet the Blue Sky and The Fly.

Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers used a 105Q Bass CryBaby.

- John Frusciante of Red Hot Chili Peppers uses various Dunlop Crybaby models, along with the Ibanez WH-10 wah, with which he is often associated - He has been attributed to the Dimebag Darrell Crybaby From Hell model, which he used on the Stadium Arcadium album. can be heard on songs 'She's Only 18', 'Hey' and the solo on 'Dani California'.

- Steve Vai used a Dunlop Crybaby in "The Audience is Listening" and in many of his other songs. He used a modified Crybaby as his main wah, until his Morley endorsement. He now uses the Bad Horsie 1 and a modified Crybaby 95Q on stage.


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