Boss DD-2 Digital Delay Pedal MIJ 1985
The DD-2 was first digital delay in a stompbox, ever. Back in the early 80s, Roland used to offer a flagship studio rack sized delay unit called a SDE-3000, and with a bit of ingenuity they managed to cram the large IC chip from that unit into a compact pedal. These early 'large chip' digital delays have a sweet, natural sound, whereas some later digital delays have been criticised for being a bit sterile. This sounds magnificent and is surely a worthy addition for both it's delicious tone and historical significance.
Model: Boss DD-2 Digital Delay
Made: Japan, Jul 1985 (serial 569600)
Type: digital delay
Power: standard 9v negative supply or battery (not included)
Switching: buffered bypass
Equivalent new street price (approx): n/a
Accessories: no box or manual
Condition notes: used, fair few scuffs and marks but nothing nasty. Overall: good condition
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