#1
I just bought this at a store in town.

It was cheap, $33.00, and the box is really old. I can't find it listed in any reviews on UG, or Musician's Friend... anyone know anything about it?

I can't afford to drop like $150 on a good chorus, and I don't gig yet, so for now, maybe this will do?

I'm rigging it up tonight and getting a pedalboard set up, so I will give it try. I can always return it.
#2
It's an older model, before the current cool cat series I think. You'll certainly be able to get reviews of it online but not buy new. I had the tremolo from that line of pedals and really liked it, no experience with the chorus but Danelectro seem decent for the price.
#3
I've got one of these, I think it's a good pedal for the price, mine cost £15 inc. postage from ebay. no doubt some people will knock it, but it does what it says on the tin & you can't ask anymore than that really :0)
#4
^If I had a pedal company, this would be on all of the boxes "100% Analogue, True Bypass, Tone Machine!"
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#5
the "Food" series pedals from Dano are great. But IMO, some (octave Fuzz, Vibe, Tremolo, Flanger) were better than others (Distorion, Reverb, Delay).

i used to have a bunch of them. my suggestion , seeing as they're 80% plastic, is to treat them gently, the switches are not as tough as a Boss/digitech or DPDT switch. you can't literally stomp them without risking damage. other than that, they're good to go.
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#6
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^If I had a pedal company, this would be on all of the boxes "100% Analogue, True Bypass, Tone Machine!"


Does this mean my pedal is likely no good?
#7
Hey; if it has a nice tone it has a nice tone, period.
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#8
Quote by Jhachey22

i used to have a bunch of them. my suggestion , seeing as they're 80% plastic, is to treat them gently, the switches are not as tough as a Boss/digitech or DPDT switch. you can't literally stomp them without risking damage. other than that, they're good to go.


This is really the only problem I see with most Danelectro pedals, but there's really no reason for anybody to literally stomp on anything.
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#9
Quote by funyguy1357
This is really the only problem I see with most Danelectro pedals, but there's really no reason for anybody to literally stomp on anything.

the new pedal's switches are tank. personally, i think the cool cat series of effects is nearly flawless, save a few lawsuits.
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Lolz that guy is a noob.

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#10
It sounds nice, just rehouse it if you can.

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#11
K, it sounds not bad, but then again, I am not experienced with actual chorus pedals... so I dunno how to compare it. Would you think it's better than the Nano Clone by EHX? Because that was there for $59... and the Small Clone was $125...

Also, I hooked up my pedals; bought some connector cables... so my chain basically is MXR-10 Band EQ --> BOSS SD-1 --> Danelectro DJ-7. The OD makes a terrible buzzing sound, so I imagine a noise gate is in order. Should I reorder my pedals in any specific order?