#1
is it possible to plug a microphone into a delay pedal without f**king anything up.
I have a boss dd3.
#2
i'm pretty sure u can.
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#3
I've done it before. I used the HOLD function on my DD-6 and recorded a message to my roommate which said "Don't eat my ****ING peanut butter!" and I just let it repeat for awhile.
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#4
try it and see

lol j/k but it should be fine, i plugged a keyboard into an overdrive pedal, the thing is that voices fluctuate more, so, unless you have a monotone, be careful
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#5
yes, get a vocal-instrument adapter
alice in chains used to hook vocals up to a distortion pedal and a wah pedal
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#6
Yes! you can use Boss DD3 to add delay to your vocal tracks. I`ve done it many times.