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  • Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

    Dano has made some crap, and some awesome - which is which?
    Originally posted by Bad City
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    Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

    I found a NOS mini Dan Echo last week in a bargain bin for $9.99. Almost bought it, until I realized it only has two knobs. I don't know how to work a delay with only two knobs.
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      Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

      the transparent overdrive is pretty nice

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        Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

        Always been a fan of the Tuna Melt term mini….
        Originally posted by Bad City
        He's got the crowd on his side and the blue jean lights in his eyes...

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          Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

          Chicken Salad vibe pedal is nice.


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            Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

            Spring king reverb is awesome for the money...

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              Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

              Dano fish and chips is a good graphic EQ. I've been using one in the loop of my Tweaker with good results. Plus it's only around $30.00.

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                Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

                I own a Tuna Melt tremolo and I love it a lot ! I'm thinking about moving it into another housing…like an old broken Boss pedal….

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                  Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

                  I have a little FAB Echo on my acoustic pedal board that works reasonably well for cheap slapback. I think it was $15. One trick pony, but I'd tell you it delivered more than what I paid for it.

                  Bill
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                    Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

                    the TUNA MELT IS DEF WONDERFUL!!! whether strong or subtle...
                    i also enjoy my reg sized lavender echo pedal, because it has a TONE KNOB: ya can take out brightness from the echoes to give a more outdoorsy 'scape, or rugged rockabilly slapback. BUT; not true bypass, soaks yer tone- so take it out of loop when not using.

                    i tried a pretty tuner but it sukkkt.

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                      Re: Best Danelectro pedals? Regular and Mini's

                      I have a FAB Echo which I modded for adjustable delay time. Sounds terrific.

                      I also have the Tuna Melt Tremolo ($20) and the Chicken Salad Vibe ($15). The "bang for the buck factor" is off the charts for those two.
                      I also picked up one of the Cool Cat Vibes a while ago too. The jury is still out on that one for the time being.

                      Right now I'm trying to find one of the French Toast Octaves for cheaps .

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