#2
they completely suck, i won a set of them on a radio station wch included
black coffee
the cheese one, whatever its called
the wah
the flange one
and a chorus one

the distortion sucked the worse, it had this nasty high pitched distortion that sounded like screaming cat being shoved in a megaphone.

and the chorus was realy crappy too, it sounded like a machine gun shooting a microphone plugged in a hooked up with some quality f-_U-_c-_k-_I-_N-_g amps that could be heard throughout the tristate area


dont buy them!
#3
The overdrive was the only one I could stand.

It worked decent as a boost on a budget.
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#4
Lol, well, I've read the reviews on them on the websites. They seemed to be great sound quality, but aren't durable.
#5
They are super cheap pedals. I have the flanger but it doesnt do a very good job so I spent the 100 dollars for a real one. Its just a fact your not going to get much of an effects pedal for that price. Spend a few more bucks for a decent one.
#6
in terms of sound quality they are fine, pretty average sounding pedals, they really compromised on the build quality though. I think it'd be fine as a temporary substitute.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#7
Well, I'm about to leave for Musician's Warehouse. If anyone could recommend me a really brutal distortion pedal with a $40 budget, that would be great.

(It's for my brother, he just started playing)
#8
Quote by Iam99x
The Danelectro effect pedals?

The super cheap ones.

IE:

Metal Effect
Echo
Overdrive
Chorus
Distortion
Flange


Reason being, my Line 6 DM-4 Distortion Modeler messed up somehow, and I don't have $250 to replace it at the moment.

Appreciated.


Everyone said the OD was fair but I tried it myelf and wasnt impressed much at all...
the sound was fair but the buffer sucked a ton of tone and some OD pedals for around $10 more sounded a lot better...

Dont cheap out when it comes to sound.
#9
Quote by moody07747
Everyone said the OD was fair but I tried it myelf and wasnt impressed much at all...
the sound was fair but the buffer sucked a ton of tone and some OD pedals for around $10 more sounded a lot better...

Dont cheap out when it comes to sound.


Thanks for the info man. It's a temporary setup for my little brother. His birthday is in September and that's when we're going for the good stuff.
#11
Quote by IbanezPsycho
Sucks and almost blew up my amp... There pretty horrible..

how?
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#12
Quote by metallicock
they completely suck, i won a set of them on a radio station wch included
black coffee
the cheese one, whatever its called
the wah
the flange one
and a chorus one

the distortion sucked the worse, it had this nasty high pitched distortion that sounded like screaming cat being shoved in a megaphone.

and the chorus was realy crappy too, it sounded like a machine gun shooting a microphone plugged in a hooked up with some quality f-_U-_c-_k-_I-_N-_g amps that could be heard throughout the tristate area


dont buy them!



Tristate area ftw!
#15
XD

Well, you went with what you liked, that's good.
Call me Wes.
Gear:
Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#17
Quote by Iam99x
Well, we went up to Guitar Center and bought the DigiTech Grunge Distortion Effects Pedal .

Omg it sounds so nice.


Not a bad choice. I had one. You should look into an a/c adapter for it... just in case the battery adapter breaks on you like mine did.
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#18
I'm just happy you didn't get the death metal

I would have gone for something along the lines of a DS1, then mod it in the future, but it's your choice.
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Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#19
the Fish and Chips is about the only Danny pedal that I like.
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#20
I have the Overdrive. Cost me $30 AUD. It's a good lead boost on an amps gain channel but thats about it.

That said, I don't use it.
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#21
Quote by Blompcube
how?


Plugged everything up and turned the pedal on then played for about a minute then the light on the pedal flickered and pedal started making a buzzing noise then a loud pop and over loaded the amp and the went silent. Took about 5 minutes for the sound to come back on, had almost given up on the amp and chalked it up for dead. But i turned it off and on one last time and the amp worked again thank god. It was a SS amp i used to have and i think what happened was the pedal went ape sh*t and hit amp with way to much line level which overloaded it.
#22
Quote by leondb
Not a bad choice. I had one. You should look into an a/c adapter for it... just in case the battery adapter breaks on you like mine did.


dude my death metal did that

kinda pissed me off