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BOSS DD7 DIGITAL DELAY Amplifiers Effects Reverb - delay

by BOSS
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  • Expanded delay time, up to 6.4 seconds
  • Modulation Delay mode offers natural, chorus-type sounds
  • Analogue Delay mode models the classic warm BOSS DM-2 analogue delay sound
  • Tap tempo controllable via external footswitch
  • Up to 40 seconds of recording for sound on sound (Hold mode)
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Technical Details
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions20.3 x 25.4 x 20.3 cm
Batteries:1 9V batteries required. (included)
Item model numberDD-7
  
Additional Information
ASINB00186L9X2
Best Sellers Rank 2,001 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight848 g
Date First Available29 May 2008
  
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The Next Step in Compact Delay Even with the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, BOSS continues to push the boundaries and innovate. The new DD-7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands the creative potential with Modulation Delay mode, classic modelled Analogue Delay mode, external pedal control options, longer delay time, and more. ? Expanded delay time, up to 6.4 seconds ? Modulation Delay mode offers natural, chorus-type sounds ? Analogue Delay mode models the classic warm BOSS DM-2 analogue delay sound ? Tap tempo controllable via external footswitch ? Delay time, feedback, and effect level can be controlled via external Expression pedal (sold separately) ? Up to 40 seconds of recording for sound on sound (Hold mode) Expanded Delay Time Up to 6.4 seconds of delay time is available with the DD-7, a marked increase from its predecessor. In addition, Hold mode allows up to 40 seconds of input to be recorded for creating sound-on-sound performances. New Delay Modes The DD-7 is equipped with two innovative new delay modes. Modulation Delay provides chorus-flavoured sounds. Analogue Delay offers a modelled simulation of the classic BOSS DM-2, beloved for its characteristic warmth. External Control For hands-free control of the DD-7, an external footswitch and Expression pedal (sold separately) can be used. Tap tempo can be controlled from an external footswitch, while delay time, feedback, and effect level can be changed on the fly via Expression pedal. Stereo Output Create amazing effects with the DD-7's stereo output, such as spatial audio sweeps via true stereo panning. You can also use the stereo outputs to create separate dry and wet signal paths - handy for recording and live-performance control.


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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING!!! 20 Jun 2009
By SPi
The BOSS Digital Delay 7 is simply amazing. I play acoustic guitar but still the tone that the delay produces, especially on analogue setting is astounding. I would recommend this to anyone that plays guitar.

minor annoyance is even in u deactivate it, it still used battery, so unplug all the cables or next day you wont have any battery. ;)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great buy and a solid investment 7 Feb 2013
By Pen Pen
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Already have a collection of Boss pedals and have wanted to add this one. I really love the range of effects you can get with this pedal and it suits some of my arrangements admirably.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  39 reviews
30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dear god.... i'm in way over my head here... 2 Oct 2008
By Evan Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
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I literally just took this pedal out of the box an hour and a half ago and it has already blown me away. I've only begun to scratch the surface of what this pedal can do, and i've made funky/weird loops of sound, bizarre cricket noises, long delays that instead of fading out actually get LOUDER with time. I dont know how else to say it, If you are looking for a delay pedal, you just found it. This thing can do anything.

It feels like the iPhone of delay pedals to me so far... like it can do all this crazy cool stuff... but oh yeah, it can also just do an echo too. (Wait, you can call people with an iPhone?)

I could have waited a week or so to really learn everything this pedal can do and write a detailed review of it's performance, but i dont feel i have to. It's the latest BOSS delay pedal... what else is there to say?

Also with the price range of 130-160 dollars its a huge bargin compared to other BOSS pedals that might pull off a similar effect such as the RC-2($180-200), or RC-20XL($240-300). Granted i know very little about the FULL capabilities of those pedals, but the DD-7 has up to 40 seconds worth of loop play in "Hold" mode. And the hold mode is so much more sophisticated that what I am familiar with... since previous to this pedal i have only tampered with the DD-3.

Sorry if I'm rambling, but seriously I'm in love with this pedal. Perhaps i will post a video demo of some of the weird junk you can do with it at some point.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Delay Pedal 2 Mar 2010
By Rexomus - Published on Amazon.com
This pedal is awesome. Not only does the DD-7 offer standard dealy and echo it also has reverse delay, modulation, and loop functions. It's capable of looping up to 40 seconds of play which is a wonderful tool for writing two and three part harmonies or working out timing. This pedal is amazing and I highly recomend it for any guitar player. Most of my pedals are Boss because they only build their equipment to industrial strength and standards. This means their stuff is made to last. No flimsy plastics, cheap rubber, or faulty components or parts will cut it in Boss's supieror product line.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun, versaitile and fairly simple 29 Dec 2009
By aspiring saint - Published on Amazon.com
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HOLD feature allows you to "record" individual "tracks" and overlap them on one another on the go--live! Dont get too ambitious though as the more "tracks" you add the more distorted the sound becomes. I haven't used expensive rack units etc., but this is great fun and versatility allows many different uses. Excellent value. Battery runs out fast so get an AC adaptor!
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Boss DD-7 Delay Pedal 19 Jun 2009
By I. M. Gabbard - Published on Amazon.com
This pedal is awesome. Like the guy above me said, this pedal has a lot to it for being so small. The 7 or 8 second delay is bit much and the only time I ever used it was when I first got it to hear it. The tone through this pedal is very natural sounding, although if you want, you can get feedback very easily and quickly with it as well. So far this is one of the best small delay pedals I have played with.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent! But it does depend on the buyer!! 29 July 2011
By John P. Runnels - Published on Amazon.com
I have owned at least half of the delay pedals out there period. Boss=DSD,DD3,DD6,DM3,RV3. LINE 6=EP, DL4, DOD= FX90,RX96, FX45(Probably the weirdest concept pedal i have ever owned), Hohner "echo Plus" Tape Echo, and honestly more than worth mentioning, at least one from every major company out there. So, i now play casually, and intend on keeping my setup small and clean. I had a DD-3 which was wonderful, but i happened to find this pedal one day while out for next to nothing, so i figured i would try it out, and if i didn't care for it just turn it around and make a few bucks. I have to say i was pretty pleasantly surprised. This pedal actually sounds perfect. I say perfect because i just don't care about stupid things anymore like "true bypass", or "colored tone". If you have a 5 grand guitar, and a 5 grand rig, than do not buy a 140 dollar guitar pedal. I currently own just a lefty G&L legacy, and a small Peavey Classic 20. I had owned a DD-6 during my gig days, and honestly thought it was horrid. Even by lower standards, it just sounded weird and fake. It was not a good pedal, i was thinking that would be a possibility here, but man was i wrong. First off they got rid of the "warp" feature which was maybe the worst delay feature of any pedal i have owned, it was just bad. This pedal, the dd-7 has a much more perfect digital delay to my ears. When i think of digital delay i think of a delay that adds space to an instrument. You want it to widen your chords, and possibly add an almost reverb-like atmosphere to your leads. This pedal does that perfectly. To me, the lows are cut just right and the highs sit perfect in the delay path. One thing that really stood out was playing a distorted power chord with the DD-7 Vs. the DD-3, the DD-7 left more of a drone effect while the DD-3 had more low end, so it wasn't quite as atmospheric. The modes of the DD-7 are basic and to the point. The first 3 are your standard digital delay modes. next is the hold or "sound-on-sound" mode, this is great for practicing or writing by yourself (similar to the Boss Loop Station). next is the modulate, it's my least liked setting, but it is there if you are that set on having chorus in your delay line (the chorus is bad, but what can you expect, the pedal already has alot going on), next is the Analog, i looove this! The DM-2 emulation is great, not dead on, but excellent considering it just an add on. What i really like about this is that the self-oscillating actually sounds and does behave completely different than the digital delay does. It isn't perfect, but perfection is almost impossible considering i do not even know what a analog delay with as large of a delay time as the DD-7 would sound like, but if you keep the time settings short, it does feel very natural (analog that is). Next is the reverse, simple and works great. The tap tempo is ok, but it is not a big concern for me. So here is my advice; if your looking at all these features, and expecting top notch from all of them, than stop, and go buy a DM-2 for your analog delay, a TC ND-1 or Boss DD-3or Hardwire Delay for your digital, a Memory man for your modulated delay, a loop station for your hold function, and you will have spent about 12k to 13k. Now, once you take that into consideration it isn't so bad. In comparison to the Line 6 stuff, it sounds much better. In comparison to analog delays, well one thing is a digital delay can always emulate an analog, but you can do vice-versa. As far as TC-ND-1 or the repeater, well they are both great, but neither sounds very analog at all in their emulation, and neither will self oscillate=(be a fun noise maker)at any setting. If timing is crucial to you, then go with the TC Nova Delay, it has an LED time read-out, which is pretty hard to beat in it's price range. And the Hardwire DL-8 Delay; well i hate digitech, alot of musicians will tell you the same, they made horrible pedals for years except the bad monkey and a few others, but the Hardwire delay seems to be at least just as good as the Boss DD-7 and the Hardwire is "true bypass" if your looking for that. Overall i would say this is the best pedal out there right now for it's price, other than the Hardwire Delay, which only really varies by subtle tastes. Either the DD-7 or the Hardwire delay are a good choice, it just depends at that point on your taste for looks and setup. Keep in mind this is for the casual or budgeted musician. If your budget is higher, always go higher, and you will, so don't bother on the cheaper pedals, you'll only be wasting your money and time.
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