Danelectro DJ-15 Chicken Salad Vibrato
Danelectro DJ-15 Chicken Salad Vibrato

DJ-15 Chicken Salad Vibrato, Tremolo/Vibrato para Guitarra from Danelectro in the DJ series.

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Fireguy8402 23/12/2011

Danelectro DJ-15 Chicken Salad Vibrato : la opinión de Fireguy8402 (content in English)

"Cheap Fun"

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The DJ-15 Chicken Salad is a vibe pedal from the Danelectro “Food Series”. The pedal has two knobs,; one to control the intensity of the vibe and one to control the rate of the vibe. The pedal can be powered by 9 volt batter or external AC adapter and features an on/off red LED. The pedal is very small when compared to a Boss sized pedal. A mono input and a mono output are available.


This pedal is another pedal from the Dano Food series. Like all the other pedals from this series, it is a pedal that is made of plastic. This worried me at first glance but after owning a few pedals from this series I haven’t thought about it since. It is a very reliable pedal and I’ve never heard of any one crushing the shell of the pedal or footswitches breaking. People have lost the knobs, but that’s no big deal and can be remedied with a little glue. For a plastic pedal these little guys can take a beating. It’s a very straightforward layout and the switch is solid.


For under 30 US dollars I was really surprised with the sounds that were coming out of this thing. It does a very convincing Uni-Vibe tone and you can really nail those classic Hendrix and Trower tones. It’s an overall quiet pedal in the signal chain and the bypass works well, there is no bleeding on your dry signal. This thing can get nice and subtle, and far out and throb. This thing can really warble on the low end and middle frequencies. There is a bit of a mid boost when engaged, but I think that’s partially the nature of a lot of vibe pedals.


Overall this is a great vibe pedal for the player that doesn’t rely heavily on vibe tones. No more than I use this sound, it would have been a waste to have bought a more expensive pedal. The pedal operates quiet, is built sound, and doesn’t take up much space on my board. There is an added fun factor to this pedal if you open it up or drill a hole in the casing to reach the internal trim pot that can be adjusted to get even more sounds out of this pedal. Overall it’s a fun pedal and well worth the low price they ask for it.