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Danelectro DJ-6 Pepperoni Phaser
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Danelectro DJ-6 Pepperoni Phaser

Phaser for Guitar from Danelectro belonging to the DJ series.

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miconmac miconmac
Publié le 12/03/06 à 06:05
Small box that does not look but sturdy enough air even when
CHAC the battery is not IDAL: How long before the threads of the screw in the plastic renders me?
Well, personally, it is all fawn between external power via 9v.

Only one knob to rglage (rsonnance) seems sufficient to me the types of sounds I want.
And may even be - will know that I would take btement the head with a knob of depth ... ;-)

UTILIZATION

;-) Can hardly be simpler, right?

SOUND QUALITY

As with all mini-Danish that I know the sound is really excellent. This is transparent when the effect is not always obtained and Inrush a nice effect when used: it is hot, music, natural ... The only knob is almost usable rglage of the entire race is you get styles effects actually quite Varis. It works well in a trs trs registry rock / overdrive (eg the sound of Mick Jones London Calling)
With a tele, a Fender, an old AC30, a ring of hell: you have the desired effect without losing the original sound.

OVERALL OPINION

There are phases that offer more opportunities for rglages, but that the suits me perfectly. So why change?
The PDAL is exactly what I wanted: not too expensive, transparent, simple, effective, ...
33 in Germany!
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