I’ve been doing Pedal Line Fridays for a bit now, and one pedal I see quite a bit is the Boss DD-3 (or theÂ Boss DD-7). The Boss DD-3 is a powerful, easy-to-use delay pedal.. with a price that’s pretty hard to beat. I also see this pedal on pro touring musicians as well (Buzzo from Melvins, Yannis and Jimmy from Foals, Robert from the Cure, etc).
Basically, in a nut shell, the Boss DD-3 has three modes and can give you delay times from 12.5 to 800ms with a optional hold function for infinite repeats. If you’re looking for more (ie: tap tempo) you may want to look at the Boss DD-7. As I mentioned, for the price is nice.. at $99.99 for the Boss DD-3.
Here is the official description of the Boss DD-3
With three delay-time modes, the Boss DD-3 Digital Delay Pedal can handle all your performance needs. Features delay times that range from 12-1/2 to 800ms. Produces endless repeats on demand in Hold mode. Comes with a 5-year warranty.
Boss DD-3 Digital Delay Pedal Includes:
* 5-year warranty
I found this video by BOSSchannel. They did a good job showing the different modes while playing different styles of music.
As I mentioned earlier, you can pick up the Boss DD-3 Digital Delay for $99.99 at Musician’s Friend.
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