Boss DM-2 Delay Pedal MIJ 1983
The DM-2 was the first compact delay pedal ever made, launching in 1981. To get the bucket brigade chip at the centre of the design to produce a then-very-long 300ms of delay, the signal had to have the frequency response limited, resulting in the warm, gooey, full and natural tone these pedals are so sought after for. All other analog delays are measured against this pedal, it certainly spawned generations of imitators. This one is in pretty tidy shape, the original label is still attached under the velcro (wasn't game to remove it!) and it sounds absolutely magical. Plus, it's very unlikely to go down in value, is it?
Model: Boss DM-2 Delay
Made: Japan, Sep 1983 (serial 344500)
Type: analog delay
Power: 12v AC supply or 9V battery (not included)
Switching: buffered bypass
Equivalent new street price (approx): n/a
Accessories: no box or manual
Condition notes: used, few scuffs and marks. Overall: very good condition
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