Boss DD-3 Digital Delay Pedal
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So, if you are not a seasoned musician and maybe even if you are, you might be looking at this pedal and scratching your head as to why it is still in production. Well, there is definitively reasons. FIRST; the current pedal market today is practically overflowing with delay pedals, how many? Well, you have the option of analog delay, digital analog emulation delay, looping delay, sampling delay, tape echo delay, tape echo emulation delay, and the list goes on and on. They all have there uses, and the all have there excellent examples, like the EHX Memory Man (analog Delay w/ Modulations) But, there isn't really a huge choice of simple, straight-forward, easy to use Digital Delay pedals out there anymore. Analog delay is excellent, but it isn't all that useful for thickening chords, or adding dimension to leads without adding character as well. There is just some things you can't do with Analog delay, and vice-versa. Maybe you play in a live band, and really don't care for trying to go through 6 knob configurations on a badly lite stage in 60 seconds between a song. Maybe all you want is just a good sounding pedal that is capable of short delay, and long delay, and that is it. This is that pedal, it does two things (3 if you count the weird sample effect, only there to recreate the original setup), and does them well. To my ears the quality of the delay is higher than the DD-6 or 7, maybe it is psychological, and maybe it is subconscious gratitude for the lack of silly settings.Read more ›
If you are contemplating buying a DD3, keep in mind that the supposed 5-year warranty only covers parts after the first 90 days and is in my opinion therefore worthless.
In my playing, I use it in much the same way as Mike Stern does, which basically uses two settings. A very short delay for a slap-back or doubling sound, and a longer delay to give depth and body to the sound.
Some of the newer Boss delays have more features, but I have found them to be unnecessary for my needs.
At the current price, you certainly cannot go wrong with this pedal!
It is fantastic for the basic stuff
To play rock, blues, jazz is perfect
Or to have some special effects like pink floyd
The other ones that are higher numbers are good also but i think this one is fit for all
Unless you want to play with the star wars band and need more galactic effects jaja
Arrived on time and in good conditions
The only one reason I wouldn't recommend this pedal is if you needed tap tempo function, which it doesn't have. My settings are generally pretty static so this isn't an essential feature for me. In fact I previously had a pedal with tap tempo and I never used it. For those who need tap, your money is best spent on a BOSS DD-7 (for a few more dollars of course).
Of course with any BOSS pedal you get a piece of gear that will last thermonuclear blasts and will double as a hammer in a pinch.
5 stars! Bottom line is you will be hard pressed to find a better delay pedal than this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great tone but it's missing an incredibly important feature: there's no tap tempo available for this pedal!!! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dan
my son just recorded his Album Paper City Exile using this pedalPublished 11 months ago by brian j conway
Accurate description and great product. glad to finally have one!Published 18 months ago by Austin Wesson
Great delay, although if you need one with a tap tempo like I do, realize that this doesn't have a way to tap in tempo (not even on the pedal itself, you have to dial it in) so it... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joshua Blount