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Danelectro PB & J Delay Echo Review

The Danelectro PB & J is a small but pleasant little delay/echo pedal. It is very small in size, which I like because it makes my pedal board less crowded.

You can buy this cool little pedal for a really good price at Musician's Friend

Danelectro DJ17 PB & J Delay Pedal Danelectro DJ17 PB & J Delay Pedal

It is can do up to a full second of delay, suprisingly long for a delay pedal in this price point. There is also an extra switch that lets you choose between long or short delay. This means you can have 2 different delay settings that you can toggle between. Now one drawback - the buttons are really small and not that easy to press down with your foot!

The sound is terrific. It is particularly great at producing an analog delay sound. The bypass signal is very clean and direct and I don't notice much signal loss. The sounds the pedal creates are on the darker spectrum. It is not like the super clean digital repeats many digital pedals produce. No, it is more mellow and blends into the mix quite well.

Summary

Overall, I would recommend this Danelectro PB & J Delay pedal to anyone who needs to be able to go from a short echo to a longer delay, or someone who just want a decent all-around delay pedal, without spending a lot of money. The pedal sounds great for blues and rock, and has a very warm sound. The only drawback I've found is that the switches are tiny and a little difficult to engage.

You can buy this cool little pedal for a really good price at Musician's Friend

Danelectro DJ17 PB & J Delay Pedal Danelectro DJ17 PB & J Delay Pedal

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