Donner® Blue Guitar Distortion Effect Pedal Vintage Overdrive, Featuring True Bypass Wiring, Tone Switch and Quality Components Reviews

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Claude Corry

Being a musician from a young age I began singing at the age of five. I have been a live performer for about thirty years and have played in many bands from covers bands to original ensembles. At twenty I began to write a lot of my own songs and still do today and have written about two hundred works.

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  1. 15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Donner Guitar Morpher Distortion Effect FX Pedal with Dynamic Echo Sound, Red, September 11, 2014
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    This distortion pedal is very awesome .It is negative center like most guitar pedals ,not battery compartment,this is ok for me,I used power adapter for my pedals for long time,that is good for pedals,can also extend the life of pedal.
    Very well built,all of the switches and controls are smooth and feel strong.
    The effect sounds similar to mooer solo but much learner.Some people compare donner morpher with Suhr Rito ,I think donner thing sounds with clearly low-end cut and more mid-range .The price,very attractive?anyway,great deal?total recommend!

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  2. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little delay, January 14, 2014
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    Max “maxim_138” (Maryland, USA) –

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    I’m an Amateur guitar player, who’s been playing for 30 years. I’m not necessarily the most talented, nor do I claim to have the best “ear”. However, to my “mediocre” ears, and my middle-of-the-road talents, this is a great little delay pedal. I would say it’s got more useful tones than my three other delay pedals ( Danelectro, DOD, and Electroharmonix) and it’s the size of a large pocketknife in a box. No battery compartment, which is the only reason I wouldn’t find a way to clip it to my belt.
    There’s no tap, and all three knobs are very responsive, so, the urge to tweak is great- I’ve already discovered that the feedback knob can produce some wonderful spaced out noises, with infinite repeats, so, yes, it behaves a bit like an MXR carbon copy. My count might be off, but I think it’s past 600 MS, and under 800 MS for maximum time. It does sound more analog than most cheap delays, so, without examining the guts, I am tempted to say that it might really be analog- the repeats do distort a bit, and it’s voiced darker than most digital delays. In other words, sound-wise I have no complaints.

    The negatives, apart from the battery compartment, or lack thereof would be the small knob size, which are truly tiny and the lack of any kind of documentation, user guide, or manuel- I have to guess at everything, on this.
    But, for a 40 dollar knock off of a knock off ( I’m willing to bet this is a knock off for the Mooer reecho) this is far better than it should be. Plus, I really like the radioactive yellow color!

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Donner Yellow Fall delay, big sound,small size, October 26, 2014
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    Fred “Ant” (SC) –

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    Was looking for an inexpensive option for an analog delay. This little number does the job for me. Great old school, smeary , ambiance. Another plus is its size. I have owned a few delay pedals in my 40 + years of playing, I can say that I
    would recommend the Donner “Yellow Fall Delay ” without hesitation to anyone. I have ordered another one for my backup pedal board. Great , sturdy construction, beefy switch, smooth potentiometers, tough metal housing.
    Get one, you won’t be sorry.

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  4. 12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
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    Great collection, but not a “perfect” resource, February 9, 2011
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    This review is from: Blues Guitar Tab White Pages (Paperback)
    This collection of tabs -listing below- is great and has some gems (“Frosty” for example) that I look forward to being able to play someday.

    Unfortunately, not every song has chord diagrams to help a beginner like me with the proper voicings. The chord diagrams also help me gauge -at a glance- if I might have the ability to play the song now (rhythm guitar) even if I cannot manage the tabs yet (lead guitar).

    I also wish it had recommended strummming patterns.

    55th Street Boogie
    After Hours
    All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
    Answer To The Laundromat Blues
    A Quitter Never Wins
    Baby, Please Don’t Go
    Back Door Man
    Bad Axe
    Bad Love
    Be Careful With A Fool
    Better Off With The Blues
    Big City
    Blind Man In The Dark
    Blue On Black
    Blues Before Sunrise
    Blues Leave Me Alone
    Boom Boom
    Born Under A Bad Sign
    Born With A Broken Heart
    Bridge Of Sighs
    Brownsville Blues
    Bullfrog Blues
    Cherry Red Wine
    Chicago Smokeshop
    Cincinnati Jail
    Cold Shot
    Come On In My Kitchen
    Confidence Man
    Couldn’t Stand The Weather
    Crosscut Saw
    Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)
    Crying Won’t Help You
    Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues
    D.J. Play My Blues
    Don’t Pick Me For Your Fool
    Don’t Throw Your Love On Me So Strong
    Double Trouble
    Double Whammy
    Dust My Broom
    Easy Baby
    Every Day I Have The Blues
    Five Long Years
    Frosty
    Further On Up The Road
    Gnawin’ On It
    Goin’ Away Baby
    Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
    Got To Hurry
    Groaning The Blues
    Hell Hound On My Trail
    Hey Joe
    Hide Away
    Hook, Line And Sinker
    Hot Sauce
    How Long, How Long Blues
    How Many More Years
    I Ain’t Got You
    I Ain’t Superstitious
    I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom
    I Can’t Make You Love Me
    I Can’t Quit You Baby
    Ice Pick
    If You Have To Know
    I Just Want To Make Love To You
    I’m Tore Down
    I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man
    In 2 Deep
    I Need You So Bad
    I Smell A Rat
    I Thank You
    It Hurts Me Too
    Jesus Just Left Chicago
    Killing Floor
    Kind Hearted Woman Blues
    La Grange
    Laundromat Blues
    Let Me Love You Baby
    Little Red Rooster
    Look At Little Sister
    Looking Good
    Look On Yonder’s Wall
    Love In Vain Blues
    Love Me Darlin’
    Love Sneakin’ Up On You
    Mama Talk To Your Daughter
    Mannish Boy
    Mary Ann
    Mary Had A Little Lamb
    Matchbox
    Mean Old World
    Midnight Train
    Motherless Child
    Move It On Over
    Mule
    My Love Will Never Die
    Never Make Your Move Too Soon
    One Way Out
    On My Knees
    On The Road Again
    Oreo Cookie Blues
    Pete’s Blues
    Phone Booth
    Pride And Joy
    Ramblin’ On My Mind
    Reconsider Baby
    Riding With The King
    Rocket 88
    Rock Me Baby
    Rollin’ And Tumblin’
    Sad To Be Alone
    Satisfy Susie
    see less…
    Since I Met You Baby
    Sinner’s Prayer
    Sitting On Top Of The World
    Six Strings Down
    Smokestack Lightning
    Smoking Gun
    Somebody Loan Me A Dime
    Someday, After Awhile (You’ll Be Sorry)
    Something To Talk About (Let’s Give Them Something To Talk About)
    Standing Around Crying
    Statesboro Blues
    Still Alive And Well
    Still Got The Blues
    Stingaree
    Stop
    Susie-Q
    Sweet Home Chicago
    Sweet Little Angel
    T-Bone Boogie
    T-Bone Shuffle
    Texas Flood
    The Forecast (Calls For Pain)
    The House Is Rockin’
    The Moon Is Full
    The Sky Is Crying
    The Stumble
    The Things That I Used To Do
    The Thrill is Gone
    (They Call It) Stormy Monday (Stormy Monday Blues)
    Third Degree
    Tin Pan Alley
    Train Kept A-Rollin’
    Traveling Riverside Blues
    Trouble No More (Someday Baby)
    Tube Snake Boogie
    Tuff Enuff
    Wang Dang Doodle
    You Shook Me
    You Upset Me Baby

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  5. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Resource for $20, August 25, 2010
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    Bobby

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    This review is from: Blues Guitar Tab White Pages (Paperback)
    First, I am classified as a beginner and working hard to learn rapidly. I am now focusing almost entirely on blues – from traditional country blues to newer versions. Tend to more of an accoustic player (finger style) even on electric.

    Before buying this book I read all the reviews and most of them are accurate from their perspective. But … I have had the book for a little over a month now and am not in the least unhappy about spending my $20 on 1000 pages of music.

    It is true that there is a lot of stuff that I would not have considered blues (check out the table of contents if this concerns you). There are also a lot of traditional blues that I wish were in the book – but I’ll bet the price would be a lot higher 🙂

    When I first got the book, I could only find a few songs that I could even tackle. So I just started looking for riffs (sections of songs) that I could learn. That is working great. As I learn more the book becomes more valuable with more songes within my reach. Last night even tried a little slide with Brownville Blues – great fun. (The explaination of Tab at the back is very handy – of course you can get this elsewhere).

    Would be nice to have the book in PDF so I could print out the songs I am working on, write on it – and not have to lug the book around. As a beginner I really need to find a track to listen to. Youtube is even better – might get a few tips on fingering? I did.

    So … think about why you are considering the book … with 150 songs, it not hard for me to justify. I’d buy it again with no hesitation.

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  6. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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    Blues Guitar White Pages, October 4, 2010
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    Steve

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    This review is from: Blues Guitar Tab White Pages (Paperback)
    I consider myself intermediate as far as guitar playing goes. I like to play the blues and so far this book is the best bang for the buck. I like the range of artists that range from old to new. Good overall one resource book to play the blues.

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