As the shapes and sizes of guitar pedals have moved toward a more standardized form to accommodate players who use numerous pedals on carefully configured pedalboards, the volume and wah pedals occupy an awkward position. Literally. They come from a time before guitar pedals were even a thing—that rocker pedal design was originally for organ players, after all.
Until now, modern players who use volume and wah pedals had to account for a footprint that was increasingly out of step—*ahem*—with the rest of their setup. Thankfully, this dreadful dilemma is a thing of the past. Dunlop’s volume pedals and Cry Baby Wah pedals now come in three different sizes, so you can choose the one that’s right for your own situation.
If you dig the original form of the rocker pedal with its familiar feel and footlong size, that’s lovely. But we now offer two additional sizes—the junior and the mini. Whether you’re playing the big stages, roughing it on the road from club to club, or woodshedding in front of a computer, we have what you need.
So which is the one for you?