#1
So I have a Danelectro BLT Echo and a PB&J delay, but both of them are missing a knob. They aren't the same as the ones you find on a Boss type pedal, and I can't seem to find anyplace that sells them. Does anyone know where you can find them? Or have a better workaround than keeping a Phillips screwdriver next to my pedal board whenever I want to tweak my delay?
#2
I'd imagine that the major parts d alerts will have something that fits, even if it doesn't same. Don't just browse their sites, send them an email or talk to a rep on the phone.
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#3
mouser would maybe have one, ebay maybe?
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#4
trashedlostfdup Yeah I have tried looking around ebay, but all I can seem to find are Boss or EHX style knobs.
#5
Stewmac, WD Music, Allparts and othe might have what you need, or know who does.
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#6
For what it's worth, I emailed somebody at Danelectro and they said they're going to mail me some replacement knobs. Thanks for the help though guys!
#7
Great result! Good to know Dano has good customer service.
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#8
Those knobs must all off pretty easily. It seems half the Tuna Melt Trems I see online are missing knobs.