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Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal  

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The Danelectro DJ14 EQ Pedal has a 7-band graphic with sliders for stage or studio use. Noise free. On-off knob for intant onstage EQ!

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The Danelectro DJ14 EQ Pedal has a 7-band graphic with sliders for stage or studio use. Noise free. On-off knob for intant onstage EQ!

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DanelectroDJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal
 
4.7

(based on 25 reviews)

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5.0

Exceptional EQ for the Price Point

By Jeff

from Atlanta

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Responsive
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Cheaply Made

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Performances

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

The Fish & Chips is a phenomenal EQ for the price point. Some people have complained about a little buzz it creates in your effects chain, but I've heard none in mine (volume pedal, EQ, delay, looper). Keep in mind that this is not a true bypass. It's emulated.

The 7-band EQ is a great feature to customize the sound you desire. I use the Fish & Chips with an acoustic guitar and I've been able to nail down my desired tone quickly and efficiently. I think a 10 band would be overkill for my purposes, and this has been proven with the tone I get from the 7-band.

Dialing in low to high frequencies with ease is a wonderful feeling of control. The design of the product is great in this area because it is easy return to the default 0 values because you'll feel and hear a click when you get to it.

The major downside to the pedal is that it's built like you would expect for such a cheap price. It feels cheap and the input/output ports are in weird locations. It makes it difficult to keep a nice pedal board setup when you run the pedal with a power adapter.

This fact does not cause me to dock a star for the rating, however. I am able to get the sound I want and I'll work around an inconvenience to achieve that.

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5.0

a must have

By david emmel

from san diego california

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

some of the best money ive spent. great for shaping some clean tones, but then you can make that pedal get that tone you really always wanted.

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4.0

Good quality for the money

By Andres Felipe Vargas

from Envigado Colombia

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

It does is job, is not very noisy, each band has a center stop which is a good feature, the only complaint in the plastic case, but it does not feel weak.

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5.0

Good cheap boost!

By James Piatt

from Longview, TX

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

I use this pedal in front of my amp for a lead boost. I also own a Boss EQ but this one works better for my application...doesn't color the sound as much as the Boss and is less "gainy". I've had it for about a year now...gig about every weekend...step on it all night long...its still holding up! If it ever does break, I'll get a new one pronto...at 30 bucks it's a steal!

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5.0

Fantastic Pedal for Great Price

By RAUL LOPEZ

from Texas

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

Just a great fantastic pedal that feels solid but lightweight. Nice EQ with lows and highs and everything in between. It's a reliable pedal that I would take everywhere I gigged.

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4.0

Food for thought...

By JAMES PIATT

from Texas

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

I got this unit because of the price...thinking that if it really works then I may upgrade to a Boss or something later (I was leary of the plastic cover being cheap..which it kind of is...but no problems so far). I'm using this in front of my amp as a solo/gain boost. It does add some noise when used this way but I'm also pushing the "mids" up for more pick attack/etc. and you don't notice the noise unless you're not playing (besides, I've heard worse coming from many amps' gain channels) AND it lets me run my amps' gain lower overall so in a way, it kind of reduces noise. Anyway, I'm happy (especially for the price)...really solved my solo/boost problem!

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4.0

Fish n Chips EQ

By Erik Larson

from Southern California

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

This is a small pedal, made of heavy plastic. The standard Boss-type 9V DC power plug will work. The best thing about this little guy is that it doesn't introduce noise or hiss to the line. I find that pretty remarkable actually in this price range. (I have a Boss GE7 that is so noisy it is almost unusable.) It is also pretty subtle. The sliders don't seem to have a whole lot of frequency range, and as a result the sound is changed isn't changed a whole lot. For my setup this is fine. I am fortunate to have nice gear - I just wanted more flexibility in the mid range frequencies on my channel 2. So, that's all I use it for - the upside down smiley face - on my distortion channel to help cut through the mix. In summary: it's small, makes only subtle sonic changes, and doesn't add noise. Considering my instrument cable cost more than this pedal, how can you go wrong.

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4.0

A must have pedal for an effects pedal loop!

By Terrence Christensen

from Plains, MT

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

I put this on my alternative loop, so the pedal is always on and set for my rhythm loop, It has a boost slide switch that allows me to preset the volume to equal my lead loop. You don't need anything more expensive than this. Sure, I have an MXR EQ for lead, but it is always on, so true bypass is never required. I'd buy another one of these if my MXR ever went out. My only complaint is that it does not automatically power up when I plug in my pedal board, so I must hit the switch at start up. I would not trust any of this family of plastic Danelectro pedals if I had to stomp on them during a gig, but if they are always on and you don't have to worry about true bypass, they are fine. I have the BLT Analog Echo delay pedal on my rhythm loop as well for ambience.

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5.0

amazing!!

By DANIEL MARTINEZ

from orlando

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

So far i have had this pedal for about two years and it hasn't even failed me yet. this was my 1st EQ I ever bought and i don't regret it. It's small, compact, light, and easy to use. It feels weak cause its made out of plastic but so far it's been faithful to me. I'm always using it in church and always leave it for almost about 4 hours every 4 services we have and it still hasn't given one problem. love this pedal =)

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5.0

The Fish & Chips

By Frank Glover

from Douglasville

Comments about Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips 7-Band EQ Pedal:

It's a shame this company fails to put a little more into the production of the pedals they make. I bought this one and I love it I mean you have to look over the ugly dark green color and the fact it's plastic folks it looks like a toy. But it does what any other EQ does without question. And it does it just as good as many high end models I have used. I opened it up and took a look around in mine. It wouldn't be hard to pull out the board and toss the slider idea and put this in a metal box with some pots and put the jacks on the side like they should be and have a great EQ. But for what it is yea it is worth the money. If Danelectro started building these pedals in a metal box and toss this ugly plastic stuff they would be going for big bucks. I seen a few here and there others have rehoused in the metal project boxes you can get for around $5.00 online. I'm thinking about going this route with this Fish & Chips I like it. I have a full pedal board and a little bit of everything. But you can run just this pedal and dial up a vintage fuzz sound or bring the highs end tighter to gain a cleaner sound. I use it with two TS9 Tube Screamers one has the Keeley mod and the other is a stock Japan TS9DX Turbo and I can dial in that SRV sound off my neck pickup on my Ibanez RG350EX. And I own many strats but so far this double coil in my Ibanez with one of these tube screamers going and this Fish & Chips I can dial in some SRV tone. Why do I have two TS9 pedals? Well I have one set for lead and the other set for chording here and there. I would not have been able to do this without my Fish & Chips.

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