Boss's analogue mega machine has changed the game. But do you want to play?
Welcome to the show! “Harumph!”, we hear you cry. “Another mega delay, really?!” Well, this one is genuinely different, using eight BBD chips to create a true stereo, programmable, MIDI-enabled ANALOGUE delay. This hasn’t been done before with this feature set, in this format.
Now, there are plenty of demos of the DM-101 already out there on the ‘Toob, but we’re hoping to add some more useful questions to the mix. Hopefully those questions will, ahem, echo the main questions that you may have…
Interesting bits and go-to sections
0:00 Intro playing
1:40 Welcome and hello
2:40 Why is the DM-101 a big deal?
3:27 Today’s questions & plan
6:10 Why is analogue delay so great?
7:12 Tape emulation vs analogue delay
10:30 Things to try - Slapback
11:50 Things to try - Doubling Delay
13:20 Things to try - Mick’s 335ms
15:40 Things to try - Tap A Quarter Note
19:30 Getting into the DM-101
20:48 Boss DM-2 sounds?
23:45 Adding modulation
25:55 MXR Carbon Copy comparison
28:36 DD-200 analogue mode comparison
30:45 Multi-head mode
33:30 Some other modes
36:40 Doubling & Delay, stereo
44:23 Suhr Discovery thoughts
56:10 Stumble on an awesome sound
58:05 Replace your big digital delay?
1:01:00 Setting up four presets for Dan
1:07:35 A couple of quibbles?
1:08:40 Thoughts & conclusions
Guitars in this video
• Fender Custom Shop 1963 Telecaster - Dan’s video here: https://youtu.be/rnQ4OIJFTgY
• Gibson Custom True Historic 1957 Les Paul Goldtop. Murphy Aged. - no video yet
Amps in this video
• Mesa/Boogie 50/50 Stereo Power Amp (fed with the Kingsley pres)
• Zilla Custom 112 cabs with WGS 12L speakers
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