Dunlop unveils flashy special-edition Cry Baby Junior Wah pedals

Dunlop Cry Baby Junior Special Edition Wah
(Image credit: Jim Dunlop)

If you’ve ever felt your Cry Baby doesn’t quite scream ‘Cry Baby’ enough, Dunlop has just the wah pedal for you, as it launches two special-edition versions of its Cry Baby Junior Wah.

Bigging up the company’s iconic ‘wave’ logo by sticking it on the tread and the side of the chassis, the special-edition model is available in two finishes, both with footwear-inspired treads: black with white wave logo and gum tread, and white with red wave logo and tread.

As per the original Cry Baby Junior, the pedals have been co-designed with Pedaltrain and, accordingly, keep pedalboard real estate in mind.

To that end, front-mounted input, output and power jacks are onboard, with a downsized 8”-length chassis that aligns real nice with Pedaltrain’s Metro, Classic, Novo, & Terra Series ’boards.

Neat practical features include a switch to go between high, mid and low Cry Baby Wah voices, plus an on/off status LED.

The Cry Baby Junior Special Edition Wah is available now for $149 – head over to Jim Dunlop for more info.

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Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Editor-in-Chief of, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He has a master's degree in journalism from Cardiff University, and over a decade's experience writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar, Total Guitar and Guitarist, as well as 20 years of recording and live experience in original and function bands. During his career, he has interviewed the likes of John Frusciante, Chris Cornell, Tom Morello, Matt Bellamy, Kirk Hammett, Jerry Cantrell, Joe Satriani, Tom DeLonge, Ed O'Brien, Polyphia, Tosin Abasi, Yvette Young and many more. In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe.