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Danelectro DDS-1 Sitar SwamiPublished on 10/27/11 at 14:17
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Sold for a simulator of guitar .... Yep .... difficult to find this sound.

Obviously not compatible to be connected in series with the effects pedals boss, ... damage ...

UTILIZATION

basic use, one button start-up, two knobs to adjust the overall volume and the volume of the effect.

SOUND QUALITY

not too exploitable as a pedal, the sound is rather "experimental", and is not too much of the sitar.
for me that is rather the noise, I still sometimes used in my songs, ... but hey more for delirium than anything else.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it (very occasionally) for 3 years now, in fact, I bought it new in the balances in my music store for not much (I think they could not...…
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Sold for a simulator of guitar .... Yep .... difficult to find this sound.

Obviously not compatible to be connected in series with the effects pedals boss, ... damage ...

UTILIZATION

basic use, one button start-up, two knobs to adjust the overall volume and the volume of the effect.

SOUND QUALITY

not too exploitable as a pedal, the sound is rather "experimental", and is not too much of the sitar.
for me that is rather the noise, I still sometimes used in my songs, ... but hey more for delirium than anything else.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it (very occasionally) for 3 years now, in fact, I bought it new in the balances in my music store for not much (I think they could not sell it).

I flashed over the packaging and aesthetics of the pedal (very successful), and have not bothered to really try to buy.

Try before you buy to see if you can use its sound in your music.
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Danelectro DDS-1 Sitar SwamiPublished on 12/03/04 at 19:41
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Average pedal if you think you bring out a sound of sitar ... matriser will have the bottleneck and it is super hot
But if you are looking for a well running a bold harmonic kind of "drne" in the background is terrible ... To music via the blues scale in open tuning or even Hindu, and a good beat derrire gras, a must do!

Alex

ps: apparently pedals available on the market from the OCCAZ, my dipstick and Found chicago w: p lol
I have not either expr t LBAS

Other opinions? I'm curious

UTILIZATION

Simple one and Eq Level
input single output mono jack
Damage would not have other options does the luxury
drive, for example

SOUND QUALITY

Fatty or dry it according to...…
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Average pedal if you think you bring out a sound of sitar ... matriser will have the bottleneck and it is super hot
But if you are looking for a well running a bold harmonic kind of "drne" in the background is terrible ... To music via the blues scale in open tuning or even Hindu, and a good beat derrire gras, a must do!

Alex

ps: apparently pedals available on the market from the OCCAZ, my dipstick and Found chicago w: p lol
I have not either expr t LBAS

Other opinions? I'm curious

UTILIZATION

Simple one and Eq Level
input single output mono jack
Damage would not have other options does the luxury
drive, for example

SOUND QUALITY

Fatty or dry it according to the Eq, but "drne" assurment

OVERALL OPINION

I use it sometimes to find a slide guitar sound coupled, by ending for Ebow also ...
is an expression pedal, the natural sound is not beautiful ... to look for embellishing
If you can proccurer the genre for a few euros 80 euros, at least try the thing in store, if you immediately find in you the possibility to do great things ...
Who knows? in a few years may be a pany will use ...
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Danelectro DDS-1 Sitar SwamiPublished on 05/27/07 at 07:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Digital sound effects to simulate a sitar.
input output jack, making conventional 9V power supply
Warning: the pedal comes with a slide to highlight the effects
robust housing and construction quality

UTILIZATION

this pedal is to try it before purchasing because the opinion will be very decided:

- Or is looking for a sitar sound and does not come close (I have a real sitar too)
- Or we try a coral sitar type sound line6 and the fact much much better
- Or sought an effect that no one has used before to take to Tom Morello, but I'm not Tom Morello and I was not able to draw anything other than the caricature

SOUND QUALITY

Necessarily, we do not put anywhere, but if you...…
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Digital sound effects to simulate a sitar.
input output jack, making conventional 9V power supply
Warning: the pedal comes with a slide to highlight the effects
robust housing and construction quality

UTILIZATION

this pedal is to try it before purchasing because the opinion will be very decided:

- Or is looking for a sitar sound and does not come close (I have a real sitar too)
- Or we try a coral sitar type sound line6 and the fact much much better
- Or sought an effect that no one has used before to take to Tom Morello, but I'm not Tom Morello and I was not able to draw anything other than the caricature

SOUND QUALITY

Necessarily, we do not put anywhere, but if you see a move to okaz, try, because the sound really comes out of the ordinary and suddenly can not please or

OVERALL OPINION

So it depends on the selling price and your tastes, but I put a 2 / 10 for false advertising
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  • Manufacturer: Danelectro
  • Model: DDS-1 Sitar Swami
  • Category: Other Guitar Effects
  • Added in our database on: 05/20/2004

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