Danelectro Billionaire Cash Cow Overdrive Pedal
The Danelectro Billionaire Cash Cow Overdrive Pedal is an amazing, vintage-sounding overdrive pedal that works perfectly with a miked up harp
With their die-cast steel construction and featuring high gloss ‘classic car’ finishes, the new superb range of Billionaire Pedals from Danelectro USA not only look the business, but also deliver tons of vintage tone in spades.
Money talks. But this Cow screams!
Chunky, full-bodied sounds leap from the amp with note for note clarity.
From oversaturated to classic tones. If you have a volume control on your microphone you can adjust the cleanness just by altering your volume level. Huge low end. Bright chimey highs. It is all here.
Welcome to the land of milk and honey!
Danelectro Billionaire pedals are true bypass, and able to be powered via 9 Volt battery or power supply unit.
Danelectro was originally founded in the USA by Nat Daniel in 1947. During the 1940s, the company produced amps for various large US retailers, before branching out into solid body electric guitars in the 1950s. Throughout this decade they also produced own brand guitars and amps for a number of US stores.
In 1966, Danelectro was sold to MCA, but was disbanded only a few years later, following an abortive attempt to take the brand upmarket and into more specialist retailers.
Having been purchased by the Evets Corporation in the 1990s, Danelectro today produces a range of retro styled guitars, amps and effects pedals that hark back to their origins in the 1950s and 1960s, but which use modern manufacturing techniques to achieve great vintage tone at a reasonable price level.
Be sure to check out the Danelectro Billion Dollar Boost pedal, if you’re looking for a cleaner, but still overdriven, boost for you harp.