Boss DD-6 Digital Delay
The DD-6 Digital Delay is the first BOSS delay pedal to offer true stereo delay and panning effects. Features include built-in tap tempo capability and a delay/hold time of over 5 seconds (5,200ms)... read more
The DD-6 Digital Delay is the first BOSS delay pedal to offer true stereo delay and panning effects. Features include built-in tap tempo capability and a delay/hold time of over 5 seconds (5,200ms). A new Reverse mode makes it easy to get trippy ‘60s and ‘70s-style effects, while the newly designed Warp mode creates radical delay effects on the fly.
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Undeniably good delay
Never steered me wrong, and has enough features for you to question the need for another delay pedal, unless of course you were to want 2 at once. It has tap tempo functionality, and delay times ranging from super short to almost unnecessarily long with a lot of room for tweaking in between. It has many useful additional features such as 'Hold', 'Reverse', 'Warp' and is also stereo in and out.
edited about 3 years ago
GOD DAMNIT... Why does this pedal have to keep going after it's disengaged?! Needs a way to turn of the trails. Why can't it cut off quickly like the other versions of the DD? I use it on the hold function with a 170ish mms slap back, but when I hold it down it goes in to infinite repeats. WHICH IS PERFECT FOR ME TO HAVE ONE DELAY THAT CAN DO BOTH THINGS I NEED SO EASILY. If someone knows a version of the DD that can use the Hold function in conjunction with a preset delay while still being able to cut the delay quickly PLEASE LET ME KNOW!
Not the best delay on the market and not the best of the Boss delays but it does get the job done. I rarely turn it off. I use it exclusively for the dotted eighth note setting. Wish it has the option for an external tamp tempo switch like the dd5 and the dd7.