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Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Pedal


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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 25 x 20 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00186L9X2
  • Item model number: DD-7
  • Batteries 1 9V batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,937 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 11, 2008

Product Description

The BOSS DD-7 Digital Delay is a guitar effects pedal that takes the best features from its predecessors and expands their creative potential. You get Modulation Delay mode, classic modeled Analog Delay mode, External pedal control options, longer delay time, and more. Even with the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, BOSS continues to push the envelope and innovate.


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This pedal is amazing!
garrenw
NO hay mucho que decir solamente que funciona perfecto y justo lo que queria comprar y a tiempo. bien protegido y con sus manuales como si estuviera nuevo.
Gabrik
It definitely is one of the best if not the best delay pedal out there.
Aaron Brown

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Evan Anderson on October 2, 2008
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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.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Rexomus VINE VOICE on March 2, 2010
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.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Andrew M. Ward on August 31, 2011
It cannot be denied that the BOSS DD-7 is a versatile effective product...
And it does EXACTLY what it claims to do, and does it well - but - I have a mixed relationship with this pedal...
On one hand it does so many things with REVERSE / MODULATE / ANALOG settings as well as a half dozen other delay related settings it's a versatile tool - in fact it does everything you could ask a delay pedal to do except one thing... (one thing)

In a live setting you have to set it and forget it (period)
The four tiny fragile control knobs and the tiny black printed control panel are UN-USABLE (cannot be used) in a live dark stage environment...

so when I'm at home putzing around on my guitar the BOSS DD-7 sits on my pedal board and gets used, but when I have a gig, it get's pulled from the board and the MXR Carbon Copy gets plugged into the slot and gets the nod in the performance category... The MXR Carbon Copy can be controlled by your foot and can be read from a standing position under any lighting conditions... so it gets used up there when the pressure is on

The BOSS DD-7 is a great pedal in a well lit practice environment ONLY - if you go live with it - good luck
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Just Jonny on July 29, 2011
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.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By garrenw on May 21, 2012
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This pedal is amazing! Everything is amazing on this pedal. I was mostly looking for a pedal that could loop and be a great addition to my pedals and it does both! If you want more beautiful sounds during a solo this is the pedal! Even just doing a regular riff, this pedal adds so much! Don't hesitate to buy it!
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