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Need to have every possibly delay/echo option in one pedal? Well the DD-20 is that.
Nothing else to say other than this is by far my most used pedal and can be used to do just about everything you need other than use delay whilst looping. It can still loop though.
It is a phenomenal pedal that was worth every cent. If you are feeling wealthy, I would suggest getting it's older brother (the DD-500), but if you want something a bit cheaper that will still beat mostly everything else on market, then get the DD-20.
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Delay For Everyone
The DD-20 is a versatile and easy to use delay pedal. It has all the main delay types including digital, analog, tape and modulated delay. The delay repeats sit well in a mix and with built in tap tempo and 4 user presets, it’s got everything a delay pedal could need. Much preferred over some of the more recent delay units which can sound a bit too hi-if.
having tried many delays, this one still comes out as a great tone for the stage and studio. Having a BPM is so useful when recording and having a record mode is so useful for practicing. It can be programmed and whilst its a little complicated to get to know, it delivers the most precision repeats and versatile options of any I've tried.
Delay...Delay... and MORE delay.
If you're a delay fanatic as I am, you'll fall in love with this. This is the perfect Medium between a DD-7 and the DD-500. If you're looking to expand your different options with such as experimenting with delay sounds, you're good with this. So many different options. I love it. You can choose to set it to the BPM of any song you're playing, and you can choose to have the delay be either an eighth note... eight dotted, half, and so much more. Get it.