Dunlop Justin Chancellor Cry Baby Wah Pedal
Dunlop Justin Chancellor Cry Baby Wah Pedal
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Dunlop Justin Chancellor Cry Baby Wah Pedal

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The Justin Chancellor Cry Baby Wah is a multi-tool of sonic craftsmanship, combining three separate effects into a single pedal: the fluid expressiveness of a custom midrange filter, the bright aggression of a custom wah circuit, and the chainsaw grind of a vintage fuzz. It's the perfect complement to bass player Justin Chancellor's multi-dimensional role in the band Tool. Whether opening up soundscapes with chords and harmonics or syncing up with guitarist Adam Jones to perform arresting single-note unison runs, Justin goes above and beyond the traditional boundaries of his instrument to help compose the band's multi-layered tunes. He is, without a doubt, one of the modern pioneer users of effects on bass, and he keeps a carefully configured pedalboard at his disposal for crafting tones and exploring sounds. This custom Cry Baby Wah combines some of his favorite ways to do just that—filter, wah, and fuzz. TWO DIFFERENT VOICES: U.K. FILTER AND CRY BABY WAH. The Justin Chancellor Cry Baby Wah features U.K. Filter and Wah modes, two tone-warpingly distinct variations on a theme. U.K. FILTER: THICK & THROATY. The U.K. Filter mode uses a custom solid-state circuit designed to emulate the unique envelope-like filtering of the tone control on Justin's own instrument—thick and throaty with very pronounced peaks. This mode absolutely nails his melodic, voice-like phrasing from the Tool track "The Patient." When combined with the built-in fuzz mode, the U.K. Filter generates incredibly smooth, synth-like tones. WAH: BRILLIANT. AGGRESSIVE. LUSH. If you prefer a more traditional wah sound, the Wah mode employs the classic red Fasel® Inductor and the circuitry of a modified Cry Baby Wah for a more aggressive sound and brilliantly lush harmonics. Combined with the built-in fuzz circuit, the Wah mode cuts through with electric fire.