Danelectro Dan-o-Wah

Multi-Effects Pedal

Made by Danelectro

Description Wah pedal w/ 6 different wahs, dist, and octave.Plus, it looks like a hot-rod
Posted By Sam Broome (272)
Directory Equipment: Effects
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Overall Rating: 3.0 (of 5)
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On 9/7/2003, Colin Thomson (64) posted:
Overall Rating:
I really would have expected more from Danelectro. As an owner of a U2, a MOD 6, and a Hodad Baritone, along with a few FX pedals, I would have believed that I deserve more than the old "we want to provide a product at a price that makes you go OOOHHH!". I WILL HAPPILY PAY MORE FOR THE CHANCE TO BUY A PROPER PEDAL, WITHOUT THE S--- OF SILLY MINI PEDALS, WHICH YOU CAN STILL SELL, WHILE SELLING PEDALS TO REAL MUSICIANS!!!!
Price: $50.00 British pounds
Where Obtained: The 'net
Sound Quality:
Do YOU think that's a good enough answer to sombeody who is actually already an avowed fan of the sounds that danelectro create? Personally, I feel like crying out about how shockingly Danelectro treat you if you ask a perfectly reasonable question, likeI did... The sound of the pedals is great, they just look so utterly pathetic and tacky.I would be more than willing to pay more for a better presented package (to the point that I'm actually in the process of paying an engineer to fit the internals of these pedals into a decent shape of pedal, to pretend that these are PRO effects...
Ease of Use:
Well, you read the answer I received to my query, how confident do YOU feel in the hands of such "customer service"? Don't get me wrong, I love Danelectro products in so far as they can convey my own beliefs and feelings, but when it comes to the company telling me that I'm being stupid for being willing to pay more for a PROPER effect pedal, over a tacky looking piece of kitsch, then I might startto think thatthe whole company is stupid, if not corrupted...
Durability:
Blah, Blah... No Durability involved in a product that you can't use in front of other professional musicians without being treated as if you're playing a stupid kids toy......
On 9/3/2002, Sam Broome (272) posted:
Overall Rating:
Really wanted a dimebag wah, but didn't have 159.00 to pay for guitar toys.(my old lady would killlll me). butoverall i am very pleased with my purchase.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $29.99 (new)
Where Obtained: guitar center
Features:
Has buttons for 6 different wahs.dist. on-off,octave on-off
Sound Quality:
Mostly use it w/ my cheap solid state fender amp /headphones,and one of my strats.the wahs aare all pretty good-excellent, the distortion is a little noisy, and the octave is less noisy but stiil sounds good
Ease of Use:
Every thing has an on/off switch so it's simple to use and get to sound good
Durability:
Probably not for the aggressive live maniac, since it's mostly plastic, but for me, it's good enough for home and recording use.just got it today and played for about 5-6 hrs and it ain't broke yet, but like i said it's plastic. but for 29.99 plus tax it is a mutherf*c*er of adeal