Even with the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, BOSS continues to push the envelope and innovate. The new DD-7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands the creative potential with Modulation Delay mode, classic modeled...
A Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Pedal can be seen in the top row of Paul Banks' pedalboard in this pic. He comments, "I use a bunch of delay pedals, mostly an MXR Analogue, **an old Boss DD-7** that has a couple of settings I really like, and a small boutique delay pedal [the Malekko] that’s pissing me off!" (original source [here](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rig-tour-interpol-618675), article dated March 31, 2015)more
Justin Lockey users the Boss DD-7 delay pedal (x2). The photo matches [Lockey's Instagram photo](https://instagram.com/p/jra1oOinJw/), confirming this is indeed his pedal board. The DD-7 pedals can be seen in the top row, second and third from the left (you can tell they are DD-7 as opposed to DD-2, 3, 5, or 6 based on the "Digital Delay" text being staggered on two lines, and the inputs and outputs being labeled "A" and "B").more
Guitarist Robert Ackroyd has two Fender Hot Rod DeVille 212 amps. “They have a great drive sound without getting the levels too loud,” says guitar/bass tech Djamir “Penguin” Filho. “Added to the amps are two THD Hot Plates. I can control the levels and have the tubes always ‘full-on’ while keeping the volume correct for the show. We mike each amp with a Shure SM57.” Ackroyd’s footpedals comprise a H.O.G. (harmonic octave-generator guitar synth); Boss Loop Station RC-2, TU-3 chromatic tuner, FZ-5 fuzz, TR-2 tremolo and DD-7 digital delay; DigiTech X Series digital reverb; and Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer. - See more at: http://www.mixonline.com/news/tours/all-access-florence-and-machine/368254#sthash.PF1WImhw.dpufmore
In this live photo of Mike playing in Their / They're / There, you can see a Boss DD pedal on the floor if you zoom in. (Guitar-TU3-Little Wonder-Unknown Pedal-DD Pedal-DL4-Amp). You can tell it's a DD pedal because it has two jack sockets on the camera facing side and if you look even closer you can see the telltale blue topped knobs. I deduce that this is a DD-7 based on the colour of the stompbox versus the TU-3 and the age of the photo.more
Bottom row of Keith Murray's pedalboard, a Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Pedal can be seen. From a [2010 interview](http://images.equipboard.com/uploads/source/image/34972/uhXGb4d.png), he confirms it's a DD-7 when talking about the order of his pedals: > Oh. Ok. After that [Boss tuner and EHX Micro POG], then it goes a Boss DD-7 delay pedal, then it goes into, uh, an MXR Micro Amp...more
The "Equipment" section of this article sourced by the World Heritage Encyclopedia™ states that "Simpson's pedal-board consists of a Boss DD7, a Morley Bad Horsie Wah, a Dunlop Dime Signature Wah, an Ibanez TS9, an MXR Noise Gate, a Boss TU2, as well as a Boss BF3 and a Boss DD-6 delay pedal."more
"Enter the RG-16. This midi interface has made my life a lot easier. Now if I want to go from, say, my lead channel with my NS-2 and TS-9 to my clean channel with my compressor, DD7, RV5, on and my NS-2 and TS-9 off, I just have to hit one button on my Mastermind Midi Controller. It makes my life a LOT easier and makes tone changes a breeze. The setup was pretty complex and required the building of a ton of custom cables. The cable making was easy though, thanks to the custom cable making kits that Planet Waves makes. "more
In this video of Bad Suns performing Rearview for an Audiotree session you can see Ray Libby using a Boss DD-7 if you turn it up to 1080p and scrub through frames at around 0:18. It's definitely a DD-7 as the writing for Temo/Exp is there. In this video you can actually see him use it for this track which is really cool.more
Even with the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, BOSS continues to push the envelope and innovate. The new DD-7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands the creative potential with Modulation Delay mode, classic modeled Analog Delay mode, External pedal control options, longer delay time, and more.
Works Great for both Acoustic and Electric Guitar but the Delay Functions vary for its not the same for both . With the same setting there may be difference from the Acoustic to an Electric ...
It's super versatile, with all the delay modes it's got. On top of that, it's even got a loop function! The Hold function, which is basically a loop, is super useful and I find myself using it more than I use my actual looper, hahah.
I really do like this pedal. I rarely turn it off. I always use it in the Dotted eighth note setting. There's definitely better delays on the market but this one gets the job done. I wish it had the option for an external tap tempo switch.
The reverse is great, you can get a slap back, long drawn out, a nice analogue, space noises and you ca even trick it into being a loop pedal. Also the stereo outputs are fun. This pedal is all over my live show.
The Boss DD-7 is an amazing delay pedal! You just simply can't go wrong with Boss or Roland. The only one that I'd prefer is the Boss DD-20. Has many effect options and is so much fun to just play around with and use onstage!