#1
hey can you use a Behringer DD400 Digital Delay Guitar Pedal for a bass? i think you can but i wanna know for sure before i buy one.
Current bass: Sterling music man ray 34! and RBX 374 Yamaha bass
#2
I don't see why not you might get the best sound.I've run my bass through guitar overdrive and distortion pedals even a cry baby wah.
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#3
Wicked, cheers man, just didnt want to spend my money then find out it dosnt work lol, also its awesomely cheap for a pedal.

Thanks again man.
Current bass: Sterling music man ray 34! and RBX 374 Yamaha bass
#4
it will work... but that's about it.

the sound quality won't be great from such a cheap pedal

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#7
Quote by shinhoman
it will work... but that's about it.

the sound quality won't be great from such a cheap pedal

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Sounds just like the Boss DD stuff--I think it's a DD3 clone--it's just built less sturdy.

I use it (and a boss dd6) all the time with my bass TS. Works very well and sounds great, even if it's pretty hard to use well in a live setting.