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Danelectro DJ-Blues Pedal Kit
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The Danelectro DJ-Blues Pedal Kit includes the DJ-1 overdrive pedal, DJ-7 chorus pedal, DJ-5 tremolo pedal, DJ-3 slap echo pedal, and DJ-11 tuner ped...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Danelectro DJ-Blues Pedal Kit includes the DJ-1 overdrive pedal, DJ-7 chorus pedal, DJ-5 tremolo pedal, DJ-3 slap echo pedal, and DJ-11 tuner pedal, mini case, cables, and power supply. This Danelectro pedal kit is a versatile set of blues pedals all in one convenient case.
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I have this board, but mine came with a T-Bone instead of a tuner. I think that's a better combination anyway. My amp has a tuner. I think the pedal I'll use least is the chorus. I play Blues and there just isn't a whale of a lot of call for loads of chorus in the type Blues I play. The pedals work really well, but the key is to use them sparingly (a tip from Mississippi James). A little goes along way with the Blues. The T-Bone is my favourite followed by the Pastrami (which I sometimes use with the Bone), Slap-Echo (all the time), Tremolo (frequently), and Chorus. I use the Bone and the BLT constantly through my 65 watt Single channel Fender amp. My Strats seem to work better than my SG with this set up. I use them mainly as a second (lead) channel. I love these little guys. They're a great buy. If one uses them judiciously as seasonings and lets the Blues be the main ingredient, everything will be all right. They are very high quality and for double the money they would be a steal. Try to build you own kit if you don't need/want the tuner.
I have played guitar since before the first Woodstock, and have owned one of everything, two of most things. I got this package to get back into electric blues and jazz. While its not the metal bodied spend systems the pros use, its plenty for the hobbiest and budding musician. 10 points to Danelectro for offering realistically priced equipment. They have won a customer, and could NOT have been better to work with. PULL THAT TRIGER!!!!!
I think this is an overall great blues setup. Here I will rate each individual pedal in the kit.Overdrive: 5. WOW! this thing SCREAMS, man. Great range from blues overdrive to metal distortion and for a $20 pedal, this is the best $20 pedal out there.Tremolo: 5. Oh man, this is an awesome tremolo pedal capable of light tremolo to a rhythmic hard tremolo. Plus, I really dig the hard/soft switch.Slap Echo: 4.5 Slap echo is a really cool 50's effect. It is NOT a delay pedal, more like a combo of reverb and fast delay.Chorus: 4. It is okay and has a decent range, but can make your guitar sound pitchy. But if you are careful, you can get a good sound.Tuner: 3.5 Sure, it tunes your guitar, but the response is slow. But for a $20 pedal tuner, I kind of expected this.As I said, it is an overall great blues board. Oh and by the way, I play a Fender Highway One Stratocaster through a Marshall Valvestate 50 watt and also have a Dunlop Crybaby Wah-Wah that completes my pedal set.
This package is good for beginners to learn how a variety of effects pedals work both alone and in conjunction with other pedals. The best features are the chorus, trem, tuner, and teh pedal case. The overdrive, which is the main pedal the I use, is poor quality.
This is a great set of pedals for the price. It give me tons of options at an incredible price. I still need Pepperoni, Corned beef and Hashbrowns to round out my pedal board. I especially like the included 9v power supply so NO BATTERIES!
This is a great pedal board.I bought a T-Bone to put in place of a tuner.The slap echo is really nice i had a corned beef so i put that in there instead.The Tremelo is the best pedal in the board it gives you that Brain damage of Gimmie shelter sound.The Chorus is nice but probably my least favorite of the bunch its hard to get a good sound out of it. The pastrami is surprisingly good it has a nice bluesy tone.Then the tuner wich I replaced with a T-Bone the t-bone is pretty good very very muffled though good for leads and black sabbath tybe of stuff.But overall great blues board.
None of these pedals, with the possible exception of the tremolo, is going to be the greatest of its type, but for the price this is a hard deal to beat. All of the pedals are perfectly serviceable. Although they don't have great range (especially the echo) you can tweak them to get a pretty nice sound. The tremolo is the exception - it sounds really good, almost analog, and has a good range. The pedals don't fit perfectly in the case but they fit well enough to keep from moving around. The case is designed only for the Danelectro pedal shape and probably wouldn't hold another brand. The AC adapter and daisy chain work as advertised. A good deal for the price.