Posted by Bluzharper on August 19, 2001 at 06:10:23:
In Reply to: Bluz... posted by Ray on August 19, 2001 at 02:43:07:
: With the Danelectro BLT. Does it plug into amp? If so do you need more than one input? I read on Danelectro site it requires a 9v battery. I have a Nifty-Fifty and an early 50's Masco tube amp 15w. Am using a CAD Silver Bullit mic. Is the echo alot different than a reverb effect pedal from Danelectro? Thanks for any info.
You will plug your mic or guitar into the pedal and then use a short jumper and plug the pedal into the amp. You only need one input on the amp. I highly recommend getting a 9 volt power supply that plugs into a 110v. The Dan-Echo eats 9volt batteries up fast. The echo allows you to control the mix, speed, repeats, hi cut and depth of the sound. This is the toy to have for an amp without reverb. On the Dan reverb unit you get the hi cut and mix, thats it. I see DanElectro has come out with a new slew of pedals, I haven been able to check them all out yet but I will. Checkout the DE website.. Another word of advice. If you get the Dan-Echo pedal dont lose that book that comes with it, make a copy of it. Its like gold when it comes to pre set functions and use of the pedal. Bluz..
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