DIVERSE SONIC RANGE, MAXIMUM DELAY POWER - BOSS DD-8 DIGITAL DELAY
Introducing the DD-8, the most wide-ranging and feature-rich BOSS compact series delay ever. This loaded pedal delivers more of everything—more great sounds, more delay time, more control options, and more connectivity. And it does it all in a standard BOSS pedal that slides easily into any mono or stereo setup. Eleven modes provide delay colors from basic to exotic, plus a looper with unlimited overdub capability and external control support. For maximum versatility in a minimum amount of space, there’s no better delay stomp than the DD-8.
Jack Gardiner performed with wider variety of delay tones in DD-8.
About the DD-8 Digital Delay...
Equipped with a diverse selection of delays, the DD-8 packs impressive sonic range into one small pedal. Clean digital delays, vintage analog and tape types, and modulation echo are available, plus specialty delays like shimmer, warp and reverse. There’s three newly developed delay types included, Warm type for softer echo tones, +RV type that blends delay and reverb together, and GLT type is great for glitchy rhythmic effects. A Looper mode is even included, with up to 40 seconds of recording time and unlimited overdub capability.
The BOSS DD-8 modes include:
◆ Analog—Classic analog BBD delay sound.
◆ Standard—Clear digital delay.
◆ Tape—Vintage tape-based delay sound.
◆ Warm—Digital delay with a softer sound.
◆ Reverse—Backwards delay for cool psychedelic effects and other unique tones.
◆ +RV—Digital delay with reverb added.
◆ Shimmer—Pitch-shifted delay for lush, shimmering textures.
◆ Mod—Digital delay with modulation added on the repeats.
◆ Warp—Unique delay with expressive pedal control. Holding the pedal switch increases feedback and level, allowing you to create ambient swell effects.
◆ GLT—Newly developed delay mode that creates glitchy machine-gun effects when the pedal switch is pressed. Adjust the Feedback and Time knobs for a wide variety of sounds.
◆ Loop—Loop recorder with overdub capability and up to 40 seconds of recording time with mono input (20 seconds with stereo input).