#1
I just recently saw a deal on a used Line6 Tonecore Tap Tremolo, for $90 NZ dollars here.. Should I get that or a Danelectro Tuna Melt Tremolo for $80?
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#2
The Line 6, the Danelectro ones named after aren't that reliable.
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#4
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I'd get the Danelectro one cuz the last line 6 pedal i heard sounded like absolute s**te

Which pedal?
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#5
Just if it helps: my budget is $100NZ max, I'm gonna keep it for a while so it has to be solid and I'll mostly be using it for shoegaze-type stuff.
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#8
Personally, I would save up for something like a Cusack Tap-A-Whirl or at least a Seymour Duncan Shape Shifter. My Stereo Pulsar has never let me down, even if it does sound a little thin. You can get some pretty weird shoegazey sounds out of it too. I don't know how much you can get one of those for in NZ, though.
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#9
just get the new Danelectro cool cat tremolo
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