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Danelectro DJ-2 T-Bone Distortion
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Distortion from Danelectro belonging to the DJ series.

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  • MGR/mat dornMGR/mat dorn

    Danelectro T-Bone

    Danelectro DJ-2 T-Bone DistortionPublished on 06/20/03 at 15:00
    i got this peddle from my local guitar shop for $39.

    It sound good for the first couple of weeks. Good crunch and if you turn the distortion all the way up and the level all the way up it is very grungy which i like alot.

    There is nothing really wrong with it exept what i put below.

    Horrible. If you buy this peddle be sure to fill out the warranty card because it breaks after a month. I think there is something wrong with the circuit board and it short out and gets really fuzzy and it cuts in and out. Ihave sent it back once already and now i have to send it back again.

    Sounds good. Falls apart because there is something wrong with it.

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    i got this peddle from my local guitar shop for $39.

    It sound good for the first couple of weeks. Good crunch and if you turn the distortion all the way up and the level all the way up it is very grungy which i like alot.

    There is nothing really wrong with it exept what i put below.

    Horrible. If you buy this peddle be sure to fill out the warranty card because it breaks after a month. I think there is something wrong with the circuit board and it short out and gets really fuzzy and it cuts in and out. Ihave sent it back once already and now i have to send it back again.

    Sounds good. Falls apart because there is something wrong with it.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Danelectro T-Bone Distortion

    Danelectro DJ-2 T-Bone DistortionPublished on 07/14/01 at 15:00
    I bought my t-bone about 4 months ago from Riverside Music in Windsor, Ontario. I'm 14 and have been playing guitar 4 years. I save up all my money and blow it on effects, keyboards, cords, guitars etc. This pedal was probably the best purchase I've made. I have 2 pedals. The First was a Morley Distortion/wah/volume. It was a waste of money for how bad the distortion is, but i still use it for the weak wah and the volume is ok. But the T-Bone is great. It's used a lot and it was very cheap- about $50 I think

    I think the pedal is great. It gets great sound for most of the stuff I play (Finger Eleven, Staind, other heavy alternative) I think it was probably the smartest music relat…
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    I bought my t-bone about 4 months ago from Riverside Music in Windsor, Ontario. I'm 14 and have been playing guitar 4 years. I save up all my money and blow it on effects, keyboards, cords, guitars etc. This pedal was probably the best purchase I've made. I have 2 pedals. The First was a Morley Distortion/wah/volume. It was a waste of money for how bad the distortion is, but i still use it for the weak wah and the volume is ok. But the T-Bone is great. It's used a lot and it was very cheap- about $50 I think

    I think the pedal is great. It gets great sound for most of the stuff I play (Finger Eleven, Staind, other heavy alternative) I think it was probably the smartest music related investment I've made.

    There are two bad things about the T-Bone.
    1) Couldn't they have made the button any bigger?
    2) This isn't a big problem, but i could use a little more distortion. Still have my morley though, so when i use both simultaneously i get a terrible sounding fuzz... but i love it.


    The casing should have been a little bigger but I'm not rough with my pedals, just my guitars.

    The T-Bone is great... nuff said

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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