Danelectro

3699 Fuzz

FUZZ
OCTAVER

Description

Danelectro’s new take on the Tone Machine, the 3699, has an interesting pedigree, because Danelectro is now owned by Steve Ridinger, the man who shepherded the original Tone Machine into existence in 1971. But Danelectro clearly didn’t rely on pedigree in executing this design. It’s burly, refined, sounds authentically vintage, and hits me with a wallop in the same spot where those originals left beautiful scars years ago.

Media

Videos

Demo by Premier Guitars (EN)

Demo by R.J. Ronquillo (EN)

Technical data

Depth
4.37 in
Width
2.32 in
Height
2.32 in
Weight
0.59 lbs
Circuit type
analog