NAMM 2020: Danelectro unveils a trio of boutique-y, throwback pedals

Based on the Foxx Tone Machine, Ibanez MOSFET Distortion and Dano’s Back Talk

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NAMM 2020: Danelectro has announced the 3699 Fuzz, Roebuck distortion and Back Talk reverse delay pedal. The new trio of pedals are based on the classic Foxx Tone Machine, Ibanez MT10 MOSFET Distortion and the original 90s Danelectro Back Talk, respectively.

Danelectro has opted to update the circuitry of the 3699 Fuzz instead of going for a strict replica. The 3699 Fuzz is touted to possess a warmer tone and it comes with a more pronounced, footswitchable octave, as well as a mid-boost toggle switch.

The Roebuck has the same three-band parametric EQ as the Ibanez MT10, but boasts increased versatility thanks to its three-way clipping switch. The use of MOSFET transistors provides tube-like touch responsiveness that varies the pedal’s texture depending on pick attack.

The Back Talk retains the 90s original’s colour scheme of gold-accented teal, but is now housed in a more conventionally shaped rectangular enclosure. The front panel comprises the same three-knob layout of mix, speed and repeats.

All three pedals come in aged metal enclosures and feature metal jacks with true-bypass switching.

The Danelectro 3699 Fuzz, Roebuck and Back Talk will retail for $199 each. Availability TBC. For more information, click here.


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