Danelectro Tuna Melt Tremolo Reviews
This is the tiny bright yellow tremelo pedal made by Danelectro. Following the vintage diner theme, this pedal was dubbed the Tuna Melt.
Knobs from left to right: Speed, Hard or Soft and Depth. Now I've noticed the original pedals has a switch for Hard or Soft, but well mine broke off and I assume everyone else's did too and that is why they updated it to the knob.
If you want to pack a few budget tricks up your sleeve, this is the tremelo pedal to buy!Billy rated this unit on 2011-01-11.
It's a yellow mini-effects foot pedal with speed and depth controls, and a hard soft switch. I usually use the soft setting.
I've been performing in public since the 1970's, have played in folk music groups, bluegrass bands, country rock bands, in dance bands, in experimental electronic groups, and in pub rock bands, as well as performing solo and in duos.
The tuna melt is the only pedal I still use, since focusing almost exclusively on acoustic playing. It has a great sound, and adds authority to the even the simplest songs. Everyone who hears it wants to know what it is, and even the purist folkies say Keep it on.gomofly rated this unit on 2010-02-12.
i got this item by asking my mom if she can take me to a music store, so then she went around the city and then i tell het to stop because i seen a downey music center, i go in and just buy the cheapest($) pedal and when i got home i tryed it then i ended upu not liking the way it sounds, the pedal i bought was $45.00
i think i am going to trade it back one day and save my money for a bass guitar betterAnthony rated this unit on 2004-01-05.
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