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Danelectro was a budget electric guitar brand that was used by often used by pros who loved their twangy lo-fi sound.

Danelectro was founded in 1946 by Nathan Daniel, who began his career making amplifiers in 1933.  In 1954 the first Danelectro electric guitars appeared. In the same year Danelectro also made Silvertone branded guitars for the Fall Sears catalogue.

1955 saw the birth of the ginger coloured model C "peanut" model, with the distincitve coke-bottle shaped headstock, and eventually with lipstick tube covered pickups (they used real lipstick tubes!). The U-1 and U-2 models replaced the C models in 1956, they were essentially the same except in different colours.

The 6 string bass UB-2 model (tuned exactly an octave lower than a guitar) was introduced in 1956.

The sixities saw the emergence of several cool models. The longhorn Guitarlin (with 31 frets - beat that!), the electric sitar.


Budda Amplification was founded by Jeff Bober and Scot Sier in 1995 as a boutique amplifier company. Their first product was the 18-watt Class A/B Twinmaster Ten amplifier. The Budda brand is now owned by Peavey.


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