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From the acclaimed rock band Tool, bassist Justin Chancellor is no stranger to pushing sonic boundaries. As a modern expert in bass guitar effects, the tones Chancellor summons subvert the norms of what a bass is capable of. This one-of-a-kind pedal from Dunlop captures all the sounds certain to turn any traditional bass mix on its head.
The Dunlop Justin Chancellor Cry Baby combines three dynamic effects into a single pedal experience. Bringing together a midrange filter, a wah, and a vintage fuzz, this three-in-one creation lays out a board's worth of effects for any bassist to pick up and jam along with. This pedal features two distinct voices – U.K. Filter and Cry Baby Wah. The first setting, U.K. Filter, emulates Chancellor's bass tone control to create envelope-like filtering effects. The second setting uses Dunlop's classic red Fasel Inductor to summon a familiar yet more aggressive Cry Baby wah tone. Finally, a unique vintage-inspired fuzz tone, inspired by one of Chancellor's very own, lands on this Cry Baby to seamlessly integrate a thick, ferocious fuzz into the equation.
Part of the beauty of this signature pedal lays in its easy function and compatibility. Those looking to stack wah with fuzz or use either effect independently can easily engage either setup with a kick of the side footswitch. An additional Wah Select footswitch works to allow customization of the Volume and Q controls and seamless transitions between them. The deep and dynamic experience the Justin Chancellor Cry Baby Wah delivers matches the awe-inspiring sound of Chancellor's bass on Tool's iconic sound. It's a signature pedal unlike any other.