We use cookies to track usage and preferences. See Cookie Policy
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
EU
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
   You are currently viewing the European Union version of the site.
Would you like to switch to your local site?
Digital Subscriptions > The Guitar Magazine > Mar-18 > DANELECTRO BILLIONAIRE PEDALS

DANELECTRO BILLIONAIRE PEDALS

Danelectro has a reputation for quality budget effects, but the new Billionaire range sees the company promising even more bang for your buck. MICHAEL WATTS feels flush…

DANELECTRO BILLIONAIRE PEDALS £79-£99

LIKE THIS? TRY THESE…

Few companies can compete with Danelectro when it comes to characterful, budget-friendly equipment, but if pedalboard space and funds are a real consideration then the Joyo and Mooer pedal lines should definitely be on your radar

Billionaire by Danelectro’. The name alone raises a wry smile. Despite their budget price point, Danelectro pedals have often punched above their weight class when it comes to sheer musicality. Some of the company’s pedals (the long discontinued Back Talk reverse delay being a case in point) have become classics – commanding high prices on the second-hand market. Unlike the usual plastic cheap and cheerful Dano pedals of old, however, the Billionaire range offers true-bypass, die-cast construction, sleek lines and some useful features that may elevate them above the competition.

READ MORE
Purchase options below
Find the complete article and many more in this issue of The Guitar Magazine - Mar-18
If you own the issue, Login to read the full article now.
Single Issue - Mar-18
€4.49
Or 449 points
Annual Digital Subscription
Only € 2.83 per issue
SAVE
37%
€33.99
Or 3399 points
Monthly Digital Subscription
Only € 3.49 per issue
SAVE
22%
€3.49
Or 349 points

View Issues

About The Guitar Magazine

The March 2018 issue of The Guitar Magazine is on sale now, featuring Fender’s brand new 2018 flagships and a with free Taylor Guitars supplement for every reader! This month inside the UK’s best-loved and most affordable guitar magazine, we get to grips with Fender’s brand new for 2018 American Originals guitars in a UK exclusive first review. Find out if Fender’s reimagined golden era electrics will need to be on your must try list inside, and chose from our two special collector’s edition covers - will you pick Strat or Tele, or get the set? As if that wasn’t enough of a big deal, the March issue also comes with a free 24-page magazine dedicated to Taylor Guitar’s brand new V-Class bracing system – a hugely innovative way of making acoustic guitars that made serious waves when it was launched at last month’s NAMM show. Inside, we sat down with Taylor design guru Andy Powers to find out just what makes the new bracing system so remarkable, and got our hands on one of the first V-Class guitars Powers has built for an in-depth review. But we’re not all about shiny new gear here at The Guitar Magazine, and we’ve got plenty in store for vintage fanatics inside, too. For starters, we had the rare privilege of getting up close with a £230,000 1960 Gibson Les Paul Standard in Vintage Bench Test, while we also spent some time with a gorgeous 1963 ES-335 made famous in the hands of Sweet guitarist Andy Scott. If vintage guitar speculation is more your game, however, then take a trip with Huw Price to Paris as he wanders through the incredible vintage guitar shops of the City of Love’s ‘Music Village’ area - you might want to book a trip yourself. For all that and much more - including new gear from the likes of Vigier, Rivolta, Swart, Danelectro, Joe Satriani’s essential gear and the latest in our DIY Martin acoustic build project – pick up your print or digital copy of the March 2018 edition of The Guitar Magazine today.
Ways to Pay Pocketmags Payment Types
At Pocketmags you get Secure Billing Great Offers HTML Reader Gifting options Loyalty Points