Jimmy Page’s Thomas Organ Cry Baby Wah
This has been Jimmy Page’s main Wah pedal since around late 1971/early 1972. It directly replaced the Vox King Wah that Jimmy has been using prior to this. Jimmy’s pedal was completely black, with the “Cry Baby” logo screen printed on the front.
According to the Vox Showroom website, the Cry Baby pedal was first produced in 1967, and was basically a copy of the Vox V846 Wah-Wah, aside from a chrome-plated rocker pedal. In more recent years, the Cry Baby Wah are produced under the Dunlop brand, since Dunlop bought the rights to the name around 1982 when Thomas Organ went under.
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