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DD-2 for the win!
I have Boss DD-3 from 1988 with the same "long chip" that DD-2. Yesterday I finally acquired DD-2 from 1984 and what can I say... the best digital delay on this planet, period. Very bright, pristine and warm - kind of perfect potion of digital and analog delay in one box. DD-2 becomes quite pricy these days, so if you are looking for the same circuit but much cheaper, then get Japanese DD-3 / DSD-2 / DSD-3. They all sounds the same.
edited over 2 years ago
I came late to digital delay. People were stoked about digital everything back then. This pedal still sounds good today. You know, not TOO hifi.... bright and crispy. I remember being in an indsutrial band with this guy who couldn't play the guitar at all but was a master of playing the DD2 if you know what I mean.
old school Digi Delay
The Boss DD-2 Digital Delay was first made in 1983, offering the first digital delay jammed into a stompbox. Using the same integrated circuit chip as the Roland SDE-3000, the Boss DD-2 brought long and crystal-clear digital delay to the masses. It features mono input, mono/stereo output, and up to 800ms of delay time.
The Tone is real
My oldest piece of gear out of everything, hahah. It's an all original vintage 1984 DD-2. Pretty much identical to the DD-3s that are still out there, except DD-2s were made with better components, which is why they still work great despite being >30 years old.