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Danelectro Tom Hamilton's Aerosmith, Daddy O DO-1 Chorus Pedal (TH2 #18) Late 1990s - Off White

We just received about 120 basses, guitars, amps and accessories from Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith. Tom is a founding member of Aerosmith. After 50 years in one of the hardest touring bands ever, he’s accumulated so much gear that’s he’s asked us to help put it in the hands of people who can love it as much as he has. This gear has made rock and roll history on the world’s largest stages and most intense studio scrutiny. Now it’s your turn to take it, and make your own rock history.

From the Tom Hamilton Aerosmith Pedal Collection.

Danelectro DO-1 Overdrive Pedal.

Excellent condition. Identified by an Aerosmith ID tag and includes a COA signed by Tom Hamilton.

This is an extremely affordable opportunity to own a piece of Aerosmith history.

In the mid 1990s, the Evets Corporation relaunched the Danelectro brand, but instead of offering quirky guitar designs from the '50s and '60s, the initial return of Danelectro introduced a line of new effect pedals to the 1996 NAMM show. The lineup included a chorus, an overdrive, a distortion, a delay, and pedalboard-friendly stage tuner. These retro-themed pedals were housed in heavy-duty die-cast enclosures, and they featured FET switching. They were sold at reasonably accessible prices, but they were quality pedals. Because of that, these somewhat quirky pedals are  responsible for the classic sounds heard on countless '90s recordings. 

The "Daddy O" covered the overdrive side of the original Danelectro '90s pedal lineup. Borrowing from the design of the Marshall Guv'nor, the Daddy O produces saturated, tube-amp overdrive sounds. It was marketed as a "stack in a box," and if you'll forgive the hyperbole, that description is fairly apt. When you push it, the Daddy O can be rude and powerful, like a good tube amp with the volume dimed. It's responsive to your pick attack, but not as transparent as Tube Screamer variants. Nevertheless, the three-band EQ gives you a lot of flexibility to shape the tone. Overall, the Daddy O provides a smooth range of saturated overdrive tones. 

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Listeda month ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • Tom Hamilton's Aerosmith, Daddy O DO-1 (TH2 #18)
Finish
  • Off White
Categories
Year
  • Late 1990s
Made In
  • China

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