Danelectro CC-1 Chorus
Danelectro CC-1 Chorus

CC-1 Chorus, Chorus for Guitar from Danelectro in the Cool Cat series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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douglove's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Well in every respect"

Danelectro CC-1 Chorus
Features / Use:
my comments are valid for all models Cool Cat I detailed in the notice.

Good build quality, report quality / price ratio.
on the other hand, ergonomics is zero
the knob at the back of the pedal must be 4 feet to see what we do.
to adjust to and then not move.
it's a shame because some Cool Cat are really versatile.


see above


Very good Chorus, has nothing to envy the great!
knob bass / treble very effective


Good sound, dirty ergonomics

raffaello's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Hot Chorus"

Danelectro CC-1 Chorus
Chorus pedal Danelectro Cool Cat Series so strong and true bypass box.


The knobs are difficult to access, especially the double. But it's still doable, we quibble.


I was looking for a chorus, and I wanted everything but a chorus cold as the 80's. Well here it is successful, it's warm, round, it gives another dimension to the clean sounds that come out embellished. I use fairly light settings, but can grow up to be a chorus very deep water. With microphones in simple clear sound is very nice.


I hesitated with the EHX small clone but its tone is too well known today, and it is too characteristic of Nirvana. Personally, I can not get off of that image while listening. So, having other Cool Cat, I looked for the Danelectro. I'm not disappointed, it's a nice chorus, and look at all the reviews on the net I am far from alone to enjoy it. Overall I would say that this series Cool Cat is a killer, all are well constructed, are true bypass, sound good and are not expensive at all. My collection does perhaps not stop there!

zephyrsong's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Danelectro CC-1 Chorus
Chorus pedal
Mix and eq

Metal pedal.
True bypass.
Alim 9v mains or battery.


The settings are classic but the location is improperly located. For speed and knob depht gonna still, but twice knob mix / eq is quite annoying to handle.


While there, the slap. I tried it in store, and I fell in love. The chorus is round, warm and very expressive. Depending on the settings, you can get a subtle chorus effect or else totally bizarre (a kind of vibrato cranked). Nothing to do with the chorus boss for example.
I use it with a Start and a Blackstar HT 5 and this pedal is sublime as well as on the clean channel on the overdrive channel.


I pay 30 € and I do not regret this purchase. This chorus liberates his life, warm and effectiveness of these adjustments gives a very good versatility. The series of cool cat is really a excellent series pedal. Their price is ridiculous when you hear what they have in the belly. This chorus pedal is a success. Knob only benefit from being seen on the front but good sound quality, I'll forgive him this little error.
Bravo Danelectro.

philtheheat's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Danelectro CC-1 Chorus
Classical chorus pedals with rglages usual:
Speed ​​(speed of effect)
Depth (depth effect)
Mix / Eq (Mix between modified signal and raw signal of the guitar)
(Stable sound low pass filter)

Like all cool cat, this is a plastic pedals but seems sturdy enough. To see usage drop not enough.


Rglage of the knobs is pretty inaccessible, n'esprez not change its live or so take advantage of a 5-minute intro in which you do not play.

Otherwise the manual is clear and bright, two suggestions give a glimpse rglages intrressant the tense of the possibility of pedals.

I put 7 because of Access in knobs, even if you change too much this kind of effect that is currently set, when even if we wanted we could not ...


Frankly the price I fell to the ground. I bought it because I had no chorus pedals I sold my lease there is a BOSS CH-1 ddont I n'tais not convinced.
In short I needed toffe my sound in the group or I play and I think that hair chorus is never wrong but not want to put 150 or more in high-end MODELS.

So I Achte, I Kings, I direct the branch without touching the rglages and what his surprise! Better than the chorus of my Roland JC-50 amp it mean when even!

I find her hot, round as I like. J'tais frankly surprised and pleased with this good investment.
I tested it with my Tlcaster and with a team of Washburn Humbuckers Gibson Classic.
I have a preferences for the rendering of the T because the pedals he brings more heat by cutting trslgrement treble (at least on that rglage j ' had now l.


I just have not too much recoil. But the first home test REALLY convinced me. I did not of references in the field but beware, there is talk of a 40 pedals! Much better than my old Boss, I had not had this thunderbolt the era.

I advise you, eyes closed unless you have an ide trs prcise what you want and you already have tried everything which is done by Chorus ... But if you want to make your sound volume, I mean the size, and body heat Do not hesitate, you sduira the pedals!