#1
I've been looking at Danelectro pedals for a while now, and I don't know what to make of them. Some people say they're amazing (I've heard great things about the Tuna Melt Tremolo), but how could this be at such low prices? How do they compare to Electro Harmonix, Boss, and other companies around the $100 price range. Thank you all.
#2
5/10
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#3
Depends on which pedal..

Some of my personal favourites are the Wasabi Forward/Reverse Delay and the French Toast Fuzz, which I would obviously argue are both excellent.

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#5
dont ever get the "metal" pedal


i still regret that 20 quid
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#6
OLDER Danelectro pedals are extremely worthy - but not the half-sized plastic peices of crap they make now. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME.
#7
It depends. They have some terrific pedals (the French Toast, Fish and Chips EQ and PB&J Delay are terrific IMO) but also some crap (Black Coffee Metal distortion, Grilled Cheese distortion, Corned Beef Reverb).
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#8
Some of them are supposedly great and to my surprise I found out that lots of them even have true-bypass.