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is there someway we can contact just wanted to talk about Afrojack's Equipboard .
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Direct admission/statement of use by KOAN Sound regarding their September 2013 show at San Jose State University.
From the site of Dunlop, the manufacturers of both the original Cry Baby and the Eddie Van Halen Signature Wah: "The EVH Wah was developed after intensive design collaboration with the legendary guitarist, Eddie Van Halen. Early on in the process, Eddie handed over his “Holy Grail” Cry Baby—a standard Cry Baby customized in the early Nineties with a more vocal-like, High Q inductor and a wider frequency sweep..."
This suggests that the current (vividly yellow) EVH model is not the exact pedal that Eddie Van Halen used, but rather a 'standard Cry Baby' that was modified to suit Eddie's needs and dubbed the "Holy Grail".