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Danelectro Reel EchoPublished on 06/21/09 at 09:59
The Danelectro Reel Echo is a tape echo simulator in the form of a guitar pedal.  It has 1/4 inch connections and is powered by the power supply that comes with it.  It isn't a rack mountable piece of gear as it is a stomp box.


UTILIZATION

The unit is pretty simple to use, but at the same time it still has a good amount of parameters to control your sound.  The pedal has knobs for mix, lo-fi and repeats and then has a few switches - one that allows you to choose between either a solid state or tube tone, and one to put warble either on or off.  The pedal also has a slider to choose the speed range in an amount of milliseconds and has two buttons for echo and sound on sound.  I didn't......
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The Danelectro Reel Echo is a tape echo simulator in the form of a guitar pedal.  It has 1/4 inch connections and is powered by the power supply that comes with it.  It isn't a rack mountable piece of gear as it is a stomp box.


UTILIZATION

The unit is pretty simple to use, but at the same time it still has a good amount of parameters to control your sound.  The pedal has knobs for mix, lo-fi and repeats and then has a few switches - one that allows you to choose between either a solid state or tube tone, and one to put warble either on or off.  The pedal also has a slider to choose the speed range in an amount of milliseconds and has two buttons for echo and sound on sound.  I didn't have too much trouble figuring out the Danelectro Reel Echo and since it is pretty easy to use, you really don't need a manual if you don't have it already.


SOUND QUALITY

The sound quality of the Danelectro Reel Echo is actually pretty good as I was surprised to see it from a Danelectro pedal as they are known usually for making cheaper pedals that don't sound that great.  While the sound of this pedal won't blow you away, it is definitely usable and it is a pretty versatile pedal to boot.  I use the pedal usually with a Fender Strat and a '76 Fender Twin Reverb, so I get a pretty accurate sound of the pedal sounds like.  While I have other options in terms of delay pedals that I would rather use than this, the Danelectro Reel Echo holds its own in the world of tape echo simulators. 


OVERALL OPINION

I've only used the Danelectro Reel Echo pedal a few times for recording, but whenever I have used it I have liked what I have heard.  While not incredibly realistic, it definitely does a good job of simulating tape echo and the wide array of parameters makes it possible to get a bunch of cool sounds.  The price of the Danelectro Reel Echo is quite cheap for a pedal of this type which makes it perfect for players on a budget or those looking to get their feet wet with tape echo simulation.  All in all, the Danelectro Reel Echo is a nice little pedal but I would recommend that those interested check out all of the tape echo simulators on the market to see what will work best for your situation.
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" a real bomb!"

Danelectro Reel EchoPublished on 03/11/14 at 13:25
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UTILIZATION

Fairly simple config, first confusing thing was the mix knob. There's no volume control but repetitions of the mix and with no effect.
Control warble put a light pretty cool chorus.

Little less for a t Switch that seems little weak, with time I'm afraid they quickly fall down.

SOUND QUALITY

Terrible sound quality, with the paul or SG it sounds!

OVERALL OPINION

It's simple I've had a week and even though it offers rather unusual controls quickly becomes addictive.
A typical vintage sound with it does not go unnoticed, a real signature sound! ...
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UTILIZATION

Fairly simple config, first confusing thing was the mix knob. There's no volume control but repetitions of the mix and with no effect.
Control warble put a light pretty cool chorus.

Little less for a t Switch that seems little weak, with time I'm afraid they quickly fall down.

SOUND QUALITY

Terrible sound quality, with the paul or SG it sounds!

OVERALL OPINION

It's simple I've had a week and even though it offers rather unusual controls quickly becomes addictive.
A typical vintage sound with it does not go unnoticed, a real signature sound!
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Danelectro Reel EchoPublished on 02/25/14 at 09:53
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there as an active chorus or no on / off

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple, editing sounds and effects is easy.

SOUND QUALITY

sitar sound is possible with adjustment =>

mix 100/100, lo-fi 0/100 repeats 95/100, marble off, speed ranks 0.1 millisecond

OVERALL OPINION

the biggest pedal and large, a A5 format.

value for money, new 45euros.

I tried many other models before buying it.
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Danelectro Reel EchoPublished on 04/12/06 at 08:04
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Bo, let's start:
it is an echo pedal digital technology simulating a tape echo tube style ecoplex Z '
Two switch: the echo and the Sound on Sound.
The sound on sound, it was the possibility to record a small sentence max 1.5 s and then play over it.
Conection very very simple: one input, mono output, and a 2nd called out or not out but stereo sound "dry" meaning no effect. very useful for attacking two amp for example with one eho, the other with the raw signal.

broad but thin: 24cmx16 cm for a thickness of 4 cm in poatard (5 with rubber feet)

Mix knob (more or less effect), lowfi / hifi, repeat. The tongue Angel Speed ​​in milliseconds. It is very ympa, they guarded......
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Bo, let's start:
it is an echo pedal digital technology simulating a tape echo tube style ecoplex Z '
Two switch: the echo and the Sound on Sound.
The sound on sound, it was the possibility to record a small sentence max 1.5 s and then play over it.
Conection very very simple: one input, mono output, and a 2nd called out or not out but stereo sound "dry" meaning no effect. very useful for attacking two amp for example with one eho, the other with the raw signal.

broad but thin: 24cmx16 cm for a thickness of 4 cm in poatard (5 with rubber feet)

Mix knob (more or less effect), lowfi / hifi, repeat. The tongue Angel Speed ​​in milliseconds. It is very ympa, they guarded the characteristics of a tape echo as the tube tape echo Fulltone example and tongue speed.
Additional rules
Warble simulating faults speed bands and the Tone of repetition with a choice: solid state (transistor) and tube (ben lamps what !!!!)
The mouth is hell. Pete green surfing well, the same color as the Cool Cat
For the purpose of the pedal, I put 1 September

UTILIZATION

Very simple, one branch, hack it, we play, it sounds

8 echo effect for the '50s. In any event, it is his vocation, we will not ask a dog to meow. Except that of Laurent Gerra but that's something else

I put 8 because you have room for the Fulltone Tube Tape Echo is a true True to home

SOUND QUALITY

Then, frieze ca orgasm for anyone who loves '50s echo. Elvis fans and beach boys, this is for you. Others, go your way.
It sounds, full, soft (as is often the Danelectro pedals), harmonious.
Personally, I plug the pedal with my vintage Telecaster, my bassman and my Bogner cabinet.
In Clean with a TS10, is the break total. SOUND SETZER hey hey hey!
There is no e Tru-bypass switch, but honestly, when the effect is disengaged, there is no color signal and that is very pleasant to be said.

The Warble concerns e ui simulates the band gives us a chorus incredibly soft. It can even be used as a chorus pedal with a zero speed range and mix thoroughly by engaging the warble. Pleasant surprise

Tone tube or solidstate acts on the echo, not the direct sound. Personally, I use a tube for the hot side of "lights", the solid state has textured texture almost restoring the sound of the shovel. You lose a little interest I find the pedal.

The hifi, lofi can either get one repeated in the original (in stereo) is to have this famous reperti acute with the loss of a magneto-specific band. For my part I have not decided yet, I put the knob at noon :-)

For sound quality, I put 9

OVERALL OPINION

The value for money? mmm ... in France, it was 160 euros, I got a 95 euro Thomann what seems to be a more appropriate price for this pedal. At 160 euros, one plank a little too much. less than 100, it remains in the reason and logic (it's Made in china that sounds)

In addition to a delay pedal more complete style Boss DD20 or DL4 Line, ette danelecto brighten all of the planet board pedals, brighten the way your 50's and that's all we asked

for the overall opinion, of course I put 10, I'm really excited about this pedal
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Danelectro
  • Model: Reel Echo
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/18/2004

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Other names: reel echo, reelecho, DTE1, DTE-1

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