The Boss DD7 features an expanded delay time of up to 6.4 seconds, plus the addition of new delay sounds. Hence, it won’t be long until this Digital Delay Pedal finds a way onto your pedalboard. No matter what your playing style. The DD-7 is a pristine digital delay, with high-fidelity repeats. Also offering a Modulation Delay mode for an added chorusing effect. And an Analog Delay mode, modeling the trails of the highly sought after vintage BOSS DM2.
Despite its compact size, the DD7 has lots to offer in terms of functionality. With dual input and output jacks for both mono and stereo operations. Also included is the option to select different stereo modes, giving you complete control over your mixing signal. Make simple adjustments to your sound with the Effect, Feedback and Delay Time knobs. Or, utilize the external tempo input for expanded control.
Hold the pedal down for two seconds and engage the tap-tempo mode. Perfect for matching tempos by stepping to the beat of the song. Therefore there’s no need for the annoyance of manually adjusting your pedal in the middle of a set. With the addition of a standard non-latching footswitch, tap-tempo can be controlled at any time while the pedal is active (except when the Hold function is engaged). Allowing you to remain in tap-tempo mode while being able to engage and disengage the pedal by simply stomping on it.
Optionally, plug in a separately available expression pedal like the BOSS EV-5, and program a parameter for the expression pedal to control. Such as the Effect Level, Feedback, and Delay Time knobs. If you step on the pedal twice (while not in tap-tempo mode) the Hold function will be engaged. In the Hold mode, you can record and overdub multiple parts up to 40 seconds (20 seconds in stereo operation) to create lush soundscapes or creative cacophonies.
Running off a single 9V battery or an optional external 9 VDC power supply, and encased in BOSS’s iconic durable metal housing with a non-slip rubber base. This pedal utilizes a buffered bypass for driving long cable runs while the pedal is disengaged.