The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal follows the original '60s design. But it uses modified circuitry to provide a more open (fatter) sound by lowering the frequency of the operating range. The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal us...
"Of course we have the Jimi Hendrix Dunlop Wah. Joe loves it. That's his favorite Wah. That's what we use," says Joe Perry's guitar tech. [An interview with Perry done in 2004:](https://guitar.com/features/interview-with-joe-perry/) > It’s a Cry Baby. Pretty much a standard Hendrix model. But I’ve had it tweaked and had some of the old parts put in there. I have a good friend who is into that stuff, and he’ll take an old pedal and take out some of the cheesier parts, and put in some of the old stuff. And then you’ve got the best of both worlds.more
"Captain" Kirk Douglas uses a Dunlop Jimi Hendrix JH1 Wah on his live pedalboard rig for The Tonight Show Staring Jimmy Fallon. It is shown [@ 2:30] in the video. When asked why he uses it, Kirk replied, "It's got a nice sweep and it has Jimi's signature on it." This pedal was also mentioned in the [2019 Premier Guitar interview.](https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/29056-captain-kirk-douglas-branching-out?page=2).more
I use this baby for mostly Clapton, Cream or Blind Faith tunes, or just to jam in places where a Wah-Wah sounds good. Every now and then I attempt a pathetic version of Voodoo Chile but I have a lot of fun with it.
a buddy gave me this when I needed a wah for one part in a song and didn't have one. It sounds like a generic cry bay to me. Even with a vintage marshall, fuzzface, Octavia and strat it never did a bang up voodoo child or anything, but it got the job done for that one song while it was in the set, then I returned it. So I guess I didn't technically own it. I really didn't like the sound of this wah wah through my gear at the time and that gear was, incidentally very hendrixy