The Bass Freq’s Podcast, hosted by experienced recording and touring bass player Josh Paul (Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Daughtry), features in-depth discussions with some of the top bassists working today. 

This week’s guest is Chris Chaney, a first-call player widely respected for his untouchable groove and uncanny sense for putting the notes just where they need to be. His well-earned reputation brought him from the classrooms of Berklee College and the beer-soaked floors of Los Angeles clubs to the world’s biggest stages and top recording studios, including work with Alanis Morrisette, Jane’s Addiction, Taylor Hawkins, and numerous film scores.

Speaking with Josh Paul, Chris discusses his musical journey, insights on playing and getting gigs, as well as the fun world of gear. Listen to the Bass Freq’s Podcast now, wherever you listen to podcasts, and subscribe so that you can hear from more intriguing and inspiring guests every week.

The Cry Baby Wah line features a huge variety of pedals—whatever your playing style, there’s a Cry Baby Wah that can help you shape and express your musical vision.

But which one is right for you? To help you out, we put them all together in one place with all the important attributes so that you can compare, contrast, and decide where your Cry Baby Wah exploration takes you next.

CRY BABY® WAH PEDALS

GCB95 CRY BABY®
Standard Wah

The Cry Baby Standard Wah is a modern take on the original Cry Baby sound, perfect for players who want a straight-up, no frills wah pedal that can cut through the mix and make those notes and chords pop.

• For players who want a straight-up no-frills wah
• Aggressive modern sound

The Bass Freq’s Podcast, hosted by experienced recording and touring bass player Josh Paul (Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Daughtry), features in-depth discussions with some of the top bassists working today. 

Episode 20 features Leland Sklar, a bona fide legend whose discography hosts a nearly endless roster of iconic artists and historic albums. As part of Asylum Records’ house band during the ’70s and ’80s, he skillfully crafted a bevy of tasteful bass lines that have become woven into the fabric of popular music.

Speaking with Josh, Leland treats us all to his wit and wisdom with session stories, his approach to playing and gear, and the musical drive that has allowed him to retain his vibrant creativity and enthusiasm for playing through the years. Listen to the Bass Freq’s Podcast now, wherever you listen to podcasts, and subscribe so that you can hear from more intriguing and inspiring guests every week.

The Bass Freq’s Podcast, hosted by experienced recording and touring bass player Josh Paul (Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Daughtry), features in-depth discussions with some of the top bassists working today. 

This week’s guest is Tim Lefebvre, a player prized for his ability to deliver impassioned and inventive performances both in the studio and under the stage lights while backing up an incredible list of artists that spans many genres. From the carefully sculpted grooves of David Bowie’s Black Star to the soulful jamming of the Tedeschi Trucks Band to the wild improvisations of Wayne Krantz, Tim’s bass lines always give the songs exactly what they need. 

Here, Tim talks with Josh Paul about working with some of the aforementioned artists, his journey from learning the instrument to finding his own voice, and all of the many tools of the trade that he relies on. Listen to the Bass Freq’s Podcast now, wherever you listen to podcasts, and subscribe so that you can hear from more intriguing and inspiring guests every week.

The Bass Freq’s Podcast, hosted by experienced recording and touring bass player Josh Paul (Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Daughtry), features in-depth discussions with some of the top bassists working today. 

For this week’s episode, host Josh gets on the line with Eric Fortaleza, a hard-working and conscientious bassist who’s made the long trek from Sydney, Australia to Nashville, Tennessee where his driving bass lines are matched only by his drive to strengthen his musical community. 

Speaking with Josh, Eric discusses his new non-profit organization Pitch Meeting, which provides aspiring Nashville singer-songwriters with opportunities to perform, record, and get their music heard. He also drops some great insights on playing and the gear that gets the job done. Listen to the Bass Freq’s Podcast now, wherever you listen to podcasts, and subscribe so that you can hear from more intriguing and inspiring guests every week.