#1
I bought the Dano Milkshake Chorus for $33.

It's alright; the sound is good I guess, but the knobs are really flimsy, and it feels like they're gonna break off.

The guy said I can return it if it's not my thing...

The other options I saw there were the EHX Nano Clone for like $50ish, the Small Clone for $125, the BOSS DD-7 for $185 , and probably a few others. Would any of those do me better? I kinda wanted analog...

Advice?
#2
Well, if you want analog, I highly suggest you get something with Analog. :P

Also, I've never heard of Dano Milkshakes, so that doesn't say much for popularity, but I'd need to hear them in action to compare.


BnEdit: It "warbles" a bit too much. If you like that, then I suggest you keep your pedal, because it's not as common in more high-end stuff.
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#3
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Well, if you want analog, I highly suggest you get something with Analog. :P

Also, I've never heard of Dano Milkshakes, so that doesn't say much for popularity, but I'd need to hear them in action to compare.


I don't know how much I wanna shell out on this stuff, though. I don't have a lot of cash.

And apparently, this Milkshake pedal is out of production, after the Cool Cat series came out.

EDIT: I don't really like the crazy ass warbles. I just want something to shimmer up my sound. It doesn't need to be crazy versatile, just good at what it can do.
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#4
Well to be honest, I was... less than impressed with the Nano Clone. Why not just go back to the shop and try out the other pedals and see how well you like them?
#5
Just go for the Small Clone. I love mine. Depth switch down with speed at like 9 o'clock gives a great shimmer. Switch down with speed at 1 o'clock gives just enough warble. Switch up and speed past 10 o'clock gets "crazy" for the pedal.

Try out a few and see what you like.
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#6
I'd keep the dano, the nano clone isn't that good.
But if you want a good budget chorus, get the modtone aqua chorus, it's cheaper than small clone, and is better imo
#7
Nano clone sucks. Go for the Small Clone TS.
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^Yes, and true bypass
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#10
If you don't want to pay too much, get a Danelectro FAB Chorus. It's true bypass, has a metal casing and sounds pretty good.

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#11
Get the FAB chorus if you're tight for money, the small clone if you're not.

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