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DANELECTRO FAB METAL * View CAPETOWN UP*

was R725 now CLEAROUT PRICE R370

Who is Dan Electro

The original Danelectro company was founded by Nathan "Nat" Daniel in 1947. Throughout the late 1940s, the company produced amplifiers for Sears, Roebuck and Company and Montgomery Ward. In 1954, Danelectro started producing the Danelectro lines of solidbody electric guitars and amplifiers. The company also made guitars and amplifiers under contract that were branded with the names of various store brands, such as Silvertone (Sears) and Airline (Montgomery Ward).

Later, Danelectro manufactured hollow-bodied guitars, which they constructed out of Masonite and plywood to save costs and increase production speed. These were distinguished by Silvertone's maroon vinyl covering, and Danelectro's light tweed covering. They used concentric stacked tone/volume knobs on the two-pickup models of both series—and "lipstick-tube" pickups, which contained the pickup components inside lipstick tubes. Danelectro's goal was to produce no-frills guitars and pedal effects of remarkably good tone and of excellent reliability at low cost.

 

Danelectro was founded all the way back in the 40's, Danelectro has been designing guitars and music gear for a long time. Probably the most famous Danelectro product was a modified 59 DC used by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin notably on the song ''Kashmir'' and others.

review  l While it is not an all metal build design, The plastic seems pretty tough to me, along with being lightweight. I throw it right in my bag as is, without care of damaging it or anything. And after a few years of some pretty heavy use, it still works great

 The screw for the battery cover is made of a cheaper plastic it seems, but it has never stripped or been an issue. Also, has a bright on/off light. Although a cord was not provided with my Fab, the pedal does have a power jack for a wall plug outlet in if you want to save on batteries, which is a great option if yours gets a lot of use. Although a cord was not provided with my Fab, the pedal does have a power jack for a wall plug outlet in if you want to save on batteries, which is a great option if yours gets a lot of use.

| Source Fab Metal in Use Pretty basic layout function with on the pedal with level, tone, and gain on this. The Fab also has a power input, and although no cord was provided with the unit in the box, I'm alright with that considering the cost. As far as sound, I was really pleasantly surprised with the pedal and did not expect this quality at the price point. It is not in the league of super high priced distortion pedals as far as tone and versatility, but at this price, one cannot expect these things, so there was no letdown or disappointment when I first tried it. Truth is, this a really effective and useable pedal.

The sustain is very good on this, with lots of crunchy overdrive when maxed out. I like the mid range tones this pedal can produce too. For me, this pedal is every bit as good as some priced at more than double what this cost without a question.

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