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Danelectro Breakdown Pedal

Based on a Pedal Made Famous by Jimmy Page

Description

The Danelectro Breakdown pedal is a sonic love letter to the iconic Univox UD-50 Uni-Drive pedal that rock titan Jimmy Page used on the debut Led Zeppelin album. Boasting a wood-style enclosure and aged jacks, switches and knobs, this pedal looks every bit as vintage as it sounds!

Famous ‘60s Tones

This pedal recreates the legendary ‘60s tones made famous by Page way back in 1968. It combines boost and overdrive, providing you with a pedal that boasts great dynamic versatility. Everything from powerful sound, to dialled back, more subtle tones are possible. You’ve also got access to 6 levels of break up control – allowing you to really push your amps front end by improving its overall punch. When used in conjunction with the interactive volume control, you can tinker to find the ideal amount of overdrive for your amp.

Specifications

  • True Bypass
  • One Footswitch
  • 6 Levels of Break Up Control
  • Interactive Volume Control
  • Vintage Boost & Overdrive Effects
  • Aged Jacks, Switches & Knobs
  • Wood-Style Enclosure  
  • 9V Power Jack
  • Inspired by the Univox UD-50 Uni-Drive Pedal Used by Jimmy Page on Led Zeppelin’s Debut Album
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