NGD Danelectro U2

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Turtleneck, May 22, 2020.

  1. Chiogtr4x

    Chiogtr4x Poster Extraordinaire

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    I kind of do this with my Dano during gigs:
    I keep Tone controls all the way up

    (having those concentric V/T knobs, keeping Tone knobs up just eliminates variables for me!)
    - Then I can just flick PU switch to Neck or bridge PU individually for two great sounds. Or in middle position just roll whichever PU Volume control I want to favor as a ' Tone control'
    Of course the Tone controls are always there for great rounder, muted sounds, I just seem to like both all the way up.
    Great guitar!
     
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  2. Colo Springs E

    Colo Springs E Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Have owned a few and loved them. Yours is a super cool color, nice score!

    Dano's are proof positive to me as to how much pickups matter and how little the other materials do. It's a frikkin pingpong tabletop for a body and sounds SWEET.
     
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  3. Commodore 64

    Commodore 64 Friend of Leo's

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    Yah, when did they use that bridge? I had to replace mine, kept collapsing. Replaced some other things too. (The SCOTS fan in me needed a P90, so I went with 2).

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  4. tah1962

    tah1962 Friend of Leo's

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    Very nice! Congratulations.
     
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