#1
I was considering getting the Boss DD-20, but I wanted to know what everyone else thought of it. I've played some friends that tour around and they both have, and swear by it. I'm using a Epi Les Paul Standard and I play just about everything, mostly indie stuff. Is this pedal a good or bad idea? If bad then what would you recommend instead?
#2
I've always preferred analog delays. More organic tone, matches well with a nice old tube amp. It's not the most high-end of delays, but right now I'm using an Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man. I can see no reason to "upgrade" to something more expensive though, because my EH does everything I could want it to do. It has a preamp and chorus effects as well.
#3
its nice. but look into the dl-4 and the headrush too. those are the other similar delays out there.
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#4
I like the programmable aspect of the DD20, jsut because I find it easier to have some delays stored rather than having to mess with the knobs, otherwise the dl4 would be my choice.
#5
If you wanna make weird sounds, the warp and twist features on the DD20 are amazing. and the sound on sound recording is a nice feature too, once you get the hang of it.
it's very tweakable, i say get it. I'd die without mine.
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