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Boss DD-3 Digital Delay


$135.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent compatibility with other types of pedals. Durable design will last for years without a problem. As compact as possible without being too small to find on the floor.

The Cons:Doesn't look like much, design seems like a bit of technical equipment rather than something used with music.

The Boss DD-3 Digital Delay exists as an extra (or, some might argue, an essential) for musicians to make great music greater. It provides the same sophisticated delay effect as a dedicated rackmount delay unit, all compressed into a compact pedal that fits easily under one foot for stompbox-style control.

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The DD-3 features BOSS sound quality and offers users 3 delay time modes and a Delay Time control option for quick adjustment of the exact length of delay between 12.5ms-800ms. Another helpful tool is the hold option, which repeats the delay sound infinitely. Included with the DD-3 is a 5-year BOSS warranty.

Features:

  • Compact pedal provides delay effects equivalent to a dedicated rackmount delay unit
  • Stompbox-style control
  • BOSS sound quality
  • 3 delay time modes with Delay Time control option for adjusting delay time 12.5ms-800ms
  • Hold option repeats delay infinitely
  • 5-year BOSS warranty
  • Input Impedance: 1 M ohms
  • Output Impedance: 10 k ohms or more
  • Residual Noise Level: -95 dBu
  • Connections: INPUT jack, DIRECT OUTPUT jack, MAIN OUTPUT jack, AC Adaptor jack
  • Power Supply: DC 9 V, 9 V Battery, AC Adaptor
  • Dimensions: 2 7/8" (W) x 5 1/8" (D) x 2 3/8" (H)
  • Weight: 1 lbs.

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    excellent compatibility with other types of pedals

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    durable design will last for years without a problem

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    as compact as possible without being too small to find on the floor

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    output is clean and un-distorted, don't lose anything in the sound

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    good range of functions, covers every possible thing you might want from a delay

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    handy direct out for tricky setups

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    doesn't look like much, design seems like a bit of technical equipment rather than something used with music

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