With an Analog that offers a modeled simulation of the classic BOSS DM-2, and several other features, the DD-7 is another in a long line of great Boss effects pedals.
The Boss DD-7 has increased its usual delay time to 6.4 seconds, which should be more than enough for most users. There’s a Hold mode that allows a player to record up to 40 seconds of audio for “sound on sound” performances. Modulation allows the pedal to create chorus type delays. Analog offers a modeled simulation of the classic BOSS DM-2.
Dial in your tones using four top-mounted control knobs. Effect Level adjusts the volume of the effect. F.BACK adjusts how much signal gets fed back to the effect. Delay Time adjusts the length of time a signal is delayed. Mode lets you select from the pedal’s multiple modes.
You can connect an external switch and an expression pedal to allow for an even more hands-free operation. The Boss DD-7 features stereo inputs and outputs so you can create wide spacial sweeps with true stereo panning. The DD-7 features a buffered bypass to keep the signal even when the effect is disengaged, and a bright LED let’s you know if the effect is active.
The pedal is run on a 9-volt battery or an external power supply, and it’s housed in the standard, nearly indestructible, Boss enclosure.