Roland DD-20 - Digital Delay Pedal

Roland DD-20 - Digital Delay Pedal for Electric Guitar

Roland DD-20 - Digital Delay Pedal for Electric Guitar

B&H # RODD20 MFR # DD20
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The DD-20 Digital Delay Pedal from Boss is a powerful delay unit that features up to 23 seconds of delay in eleven different modes, from ping-pong delays to slap echos to reverse-delay effects to several innovative new features like Twist, that sounds like an overmanipulated tape echo. There's so much delay time, that the DD-20 can easily be used as a sound-on-sound pedal.

Twenty-Three Seconds of Delay
At 120 beats-per-minute, that's 46 beats of delay. This enables you to use this pedal as an effect or as a sound-on-sound pedal.
Eleven Delay Modes
Vastly different sounds can be achieved by switching between the eleven modes. Pan will send each repeat to alternating channels for a wildly panning effect, while Reverse gives the illusion of a tape fed backward into the machine.
Control Pedal Input
The available 1/4" pedal input gives you even more control over the effect.
In the Box
Roland DD-20 - Digital Delay Pedal for Electric Guitar
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    Roland DD20 specs

    Inputs 2 x stereo L/R 1/4" Guitar Input jacks
    1 x 1/4" Control Pedal Input jack
    Input Impedance Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Outputs 2 x stereo L/R 1/4" Output jacks
    1 x 1/4" Headphones Out jack
    Output Impedance Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Controls 1 x Bypass pedal
    1 x Memory pedal
    1 x Effect Level knob
    1 x Feedback knob
    1 x Tone knob
    1 x Mode knob
    1 x bi-level Delay Time knob
    1 x Tap button
    1 x Tempo button
    1 x Write button
    1 x Select button
    Power Supply 9V AC adapter (optional)
    Battery Type Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (WxDxH) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer

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