For surf music only played at home, awesome.
Where Obtained: E-bay
These are not heavily constructed pedals! The knobs break off easily, and the cases are plastic.
It does one kind of reverb, that 55 gallon drum slapback kind. If you're doing surf music, this is great, otherwise no. If you have an amp that doesn't have reverb (most do), and need to add it, spend a little more on the Boss unit. Or, spend a few bucks more and get a Line 6 Floor Pod or something similar.
Live? Good God, no. I wouldn't take this thing out of the house on a bet.
The DanElectro pedals are a little desieving at first glance. they are plastic covered metal.
pretty heafty little critters.
my only complaint is the small on off button.
Model Year: 2000
Price: $29.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Carpenters Music World
Mix control knob, Hi-cut control Knob,power indicator light.on off button.
I use this on my worship team. I play rythem on an Acousto-electric Ovation. it is used in everything we play from hymns to christian rock. usually I just turn it on at the beginning of our set and just leave it on.
sometime I switch it off and turn on the chorus pedal but I could leave it on even then .
the sound is mellow even when I set everything to full. For getting the reverb back into the guitar it is great.there is no noise from it at all
Easy peasy. a few minutes of twisting the knobs aroun gets you aquainted with what they do to the sound. there's only two of them so you can't get to lost.
I use it every week Live. like all my Danelectro pedals I use it as a stomp box and it holds up fine.