Overview

The Boss DD-2 Digital Delay was first made in 1983, offering the first digital delay jammed into a stompbox. Using the same integrated circuit chip as the Roland SDE-3000, the Boss DD-2 brought long and crystal-clear digital delay to the masses. It features mono input, mono/stereo output, and up to 800ms of delay time.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • DD-2 Digital Delay (Blue Label)
Finish
  • White
Year
  • 1983 - 1986
Made In
  • Japan
Categories

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Reviews for the Boss DD-2 Digital Delay
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  • nice pedal nice seller

  • Low fi

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    Cool delay. Almost sounds analog as the repeats fade out though not dark or dull like analog but more like the note clarity degrades as it repeats which is a cool effect. Has a bouncy organicness that makes it fun to use unlike how most digital delays can be a bit sterile. Though if you want true di…

  • Classic digital delay

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    Sounds 3-dimensional where other digital delays sound flat and 2-dimensional. A truly special pedal and certainly one of my favorites...

  • Best Warmth of the DD Bosses

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    I've run the DD-7, as well as T.C. Electronic, Line 6 and other delays. I never really thought of a mid-1980's vintage pedal as anything more than a novelty, but I heard an interview with Brad Paisley where he mentioned that the DD-2 had the best warmth and organic sound of the series. I checked t…

  • Great pedal from it's era!

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    I collect all the old BOSS delay pedals and the DD-2 fits right into the line's advancement over the years. Only 800ms of delay, but perfect for any application where that will work for you. Great old BOSS pedal!