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Danelectro DJ13 French Toast Octave Distortion Pedal
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Gives a new definition to the word "SCREAM"!

It faithfully re-creates the Foxx Tone Machine from the early '70s, the best 'octave up' effect of all time. For piercing, shrieking, scalp-searing solos, you NEED this machine.

Danelectro DJ13 French Toast Octave Distortion Pedal

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  • Great little fuzz pedal

    As reviewed by Andy on 5/5/2010

    This pedal is definitely a good one for the price. you can put the EQ down and the Distortion up for a cool low fuzz, or put the EQ all the way up and turn on the octave for a very Jack White-sounding guitar solo. If money isn't an issue, one would be better off getting the Electroharmonix P.O.G. but if your looking for a bargain, this is definitely a B+ pedal.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Screaming Distortion! *NOT* an octave pedal though.

    As reviewed by Mike K on 1/6/2011

    The French Toast pedal has distortion that cuts like a knife. It puts out a ton of treble and the distortion it does is very old-school, which is a plus if you're into that sort of thing (and I know I am!) Flipping down the Octave switch will turn on the "Octave up" effect, which makes the tone even more piercing and gives it a bit of a more synthetic sound. The octave up effect is cool but it's mixed in a lot lower than the dry signal, so it's not at all like something you'd get from using a Digitech Whammy Pedal or an Electroharmonix Micro POG. Basically it's just a distortion pedal. That being said, it's a really cool distortion pedal, it's dirt cheap, and I highly recommend it.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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  • Look elsewhere...

    As reviewed by coolwhip on 11/2/2006

    If Boss pedals are built like tanks, Danelectros are built like Ford Pin. The first day I bought this, I was adjusting the knobs, and I heard something funny...kinda like the radio. I found that if I touched the metal switch, I could actually make out what they were saying on a local station. This thing is made of plastic, so NO SHIELDING whatsoever. Plus, it sounds really terrible. Heck, even Danelectro makes much better pedals, like their regular overdrive. For $40, your money is best spent on a different pedal.

    20 of 29 people found this review helpful.
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