#1
I'm not sure if this exists, but is there something where you can dial in the tempo by BPM and attach it to a delay pedal like you can with an external tap? I could use something like that on my DD-3
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#3
Quote by &baconstrips
There is for some pedals, but not a dd-3. Do you see a plug for a tap tempo? nope.
Do you happen to know what something like that would be called? I can't find it anywhere.
2010 Fender American Standard Stratocaster
2011 PRS SE Santana limited edition of 25
2007 Ibanez SZ520QM-VCB
2009 Washburn Renegade WM23
Vox 20W Valvetronix

#4
Boss DD-7 has it. It's called a tap tempo, some tremolo pedals use it as well. Sometimes its built in, especially when there's 2 footswitches on 1 box.
#5
Quote by &baconstrips
Boss DD-7 has it. It's called a tap tempo, some tremolo pedals use it as well. Sometimes its built in, especially when there's 2 footswitches on 1 box.

I'm not looking for a tap, I want a digital readout. Ex. Being able to set a 355ms delay rather than trying to use a metronome and click it in, because it's never perfect.
2010 Fender American Standard Stratocaster
2011 PRS SE Santana limited edition of 25
2007 Ibanez SZ520QM-VCB
2009 Washburn Renegade WM23
Vox 20W Valvetronix

#6
DD20 has a digital display and you select the delay by 1 ms at a time.
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