#1
which one is better? people say the 5 is rare? any opinions would be great
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#3
Well all I know about the two is that Slash uses the DD-5
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#4
Unless you need delays over a half a second or crazy reverse-o-warp style ****, get an analog delay... Digital delays suck the life out of your tone.
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#5
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Digital delays suck the life out of your tone.


No, they really don't. In fact, the whole appeal of a digital delay is that the effect itself remains faithful to the original sound. With an analog delay, the effect signal degrades over time and becomes warmer and more distorted, which some find pleasing. The bypass (or lack thereof) won't have much of an effect unless you're using a bottom of the line pedal.
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#6
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No, they really don't. In fact, the whole appeal of a digital delay is that the effect itself remains faithful to the original sound. With an analog delay, the effect signal degrades over time and becomes warmer and more distorted, which some find pleasing. The bypass (or lack thereof) won't have much of an effect unless you're using a bottom of the line pedal.


Right. It is an exact reproduction of the tone, which sounds dull and lifeless to me because it's been digitised. If it doesn't bug you, go ahead.
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#7
^ Each has its pros and cons, but personally I like digital due to the more options it gives you as far as delay time and types of delay.
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#8
get the dd-7 it just came out
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#9
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Right. It is an exact reproduction of the tone, which sounds dull and lifeless to me because it's been digitised. If it doesn't bug you, go ahead.


oh, ok. i guess you're going to throw all of your cds away and delete all your mp3s then, yeah? hell, you probably should throw away some vinyl too, as i'm pretty sure a lot of it will have been recorded using computers.

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