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Danelectro DJ-14C Fish & Chips 7 Band EQ Mini Effects Pedal


Price: $29.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Possibly the smallest EQ available.
  • Graphic EQ for stage or studio and noise free.
  • Level control for boost or cut.
  • Smooth Adjustable Sliders
  • 7 Band EQ mini effect pedal
  • 7-band graphic EQ for stage or studio use. Noise free.
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Danelectro DJ-14C Fish & Chips 7 Band EQ Mini Effects Pedal + Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable with Right Angle Plug, 0.5 feet (3-pack) + Visual Sound One Spot Combo Pack
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.4 x 2.6 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002D0Q2W
  • Item model number: DJ-14
  • Batteries 1 9V batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,875 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2004

Product Description

Danelectro Mini Effects Fish & Chips 7-Band EQ Effect Pedal


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Customer Reviews

No added noise.
Dave Herman
Even though it is made of a plastic, i think it is very sturdy and will last me for years.
andres
This Danelectro pedal exceeded my expectations.
Dave K. Minnesota

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By ElKabong on January 27, 2006
For a long while I resisted the notion of pedals or effects of any kind. "The amp should and guitar should do it all," was my line in the sand. And, truth be told, I DON'T think effects should carry the lion's share of the 'sound' burden.

That said, there are things a lot of stock rigs aren't capable of doing. Many (most) amps don't have tremolo, so if ya want it, it's stomp box time. Many amps suffer from poor 'verb or no verb, especially the smaller, coveted Fender variety. So... another box is necessary. And so forth.

A 7 band eq? How does that fit into the configuration? Isn't that tone-queer territory, where one pores over sonic minutia forvever and never really gets things dialed in? And besides, the concept is so seventies. I didn't get it, or maybe didn't want to.

I purchased the Fish and Chips largely out of curiousity, born out of rave reviews about it. Let's face it: an eq doesn't quite produce the 'tingle' that a cool 'verb box does. But for the price, it was worth a try. Boy, was I in for a pleasant surprise.

This little box can breathe new life into ANY rig. I own (among other things) a Silvertone 1484 and a Fender Pro Jr. Both possess a certain old school charm, but as such, are limited in their usefulness. With the F & C in the front of the chain, the sonic latitude of these amps is increased at least 10 fold. I never knew my various axes could yield such appealing, PRO sounds. And with the level on the F & C at just about half mast, the gain is boosted significantly and quietly. I can gig anywhere, in any musical situation with the little Pro Jr. now, and that's good news for an aging jobber.

Ya don't to be a sound engineer to get busy with this thing.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Yang on January 8, 2008
A must for any active guitarist who want to tweak tone. It produces no extra noise. For an 8 band eq with a 9th slider for volume, $30 is a huge bargain. I've seen no complaints about this pedal. I've had it for years!!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alexander V. Ramos on February 19, 2010
Seriously, this is a great pedal. I can't improve upon what others have said, but I will mention a few points.

1. I use this after the preamp or dirt boxes for a lead tone, or to add more crunch to my Fender Frontman 212 when inserted in the effects loop. It's run before time based effects (delay, phaser, etc) for me.
2. I sometimes use it before the distortion as a clean booster, while focusing one of the sliders to boost a few frequencies.
3. If it gets noisy or "self oscillates" after a while, change the battery to a fresh one. Better yet, use an AC adapter.

I found out about the last issue after reading a few Harmony Central reviews. Otherwise, it's been on my setup for about seven years. I take care of my stuff.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Charlo on July 28, 2011
I've been useing this pedal for several years and it does the job. Yes, it could be metal, and I wish the button gave a satisfying 'click' when I step on it. For under thirty clams I can look past these things. I have not had any issues with noise (crackling or oscillation). I really have no complaints at all with it's performance so I am glad I didn't shell out 3-4X more money so I can feel more secure when I unlatch my pedal board in front of gear-snobs. I don't think I need to run this pedal with every amp I own but it does a great job 'opening up the sound' of boxy or dark sounding amps. When I run it in the effects loop of my Palomino V8 (great little practice amp btw) that little amp sounds HUGE. Also great in front of my Blues Jr. If you own an amp with a single tone knob (Pro Jr, Valve Jr etc) or if you find your tone stack lacking responsiveness you owe it to yourself to buy one of these. Even if you are satisfied with the responsiveness of your amp's controls, this pedal can double as a volume boost when playing lead. Once my sound is dialed in, I leave typically leave it on and forget about it. It's also pretty indespensible for shaping the sound of your amplified acoustic guitar-
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Carlos on September 9, 2011
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Bought this little guy to change up my sound and it did the job tenfold. Looked small and puny at first, but don't underestimate its quality. I thought it was just good with clean sound, and wow did it amaze me when I switched to a distortion channel. It really keeps a long tonal frequency and I thought that was awesome.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By powellr3 on May 22, 2013
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Purchased this modest pedal to EQ and boost the piezo for my banjo, my Takamine guitar, and now my custom Irish bouzouki. Since I perform in an Irish `trad' band with violins, wooden flute, and mandolin, I wanted to preserve, as much as possible, the acoustic sound for my acoustic instruments. I especially looked to reduce the `quack' and brittle treble which seems inherent to these kinds of pick-ups and this Danoelectro Fish & Chips pedal works very well in that regard. I've also discovered that this pedal serves quite well as a great little preamp with the boost set at about ¾ gain. As an extra bonus, it's easy on battery life, a real plus since I leave it on all the time for performances. I've got all that on the `cheap' without spending hundreds on boutique preamps and boost pedals that introduce changes in tone or add distortion. At this price, I can even afford to get a pedal for each instrument and EQ each uniquely. Great going Danelectro!
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