#1
So I have a DD-3 and use it quite a bit, but I never use the hold setting on it. I don't quite understand the point of it, it just repeats a short signal over and over again. Am i using this right? Whats the point of this setting ?
My Gear:

Fender 62 RI Stratocaster
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
Fender Supersonic
Boss DD-3 Delay
Boss OS-2 OD/DS
Martin 000-28
Washburn D10s
#2
maybe you should try being more experimental
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#3
I think it can be used to sustain a note for as long as you want. Not 100% sure though.
#4
its kinda difficult to use, at least for me... I have a DD-6 but ill just assume its the same thing. It is so you can "record" a short phrase then play over it.

Beyond me on how to get the timing right.
#5
yeah its hard to get the timing down , thats what i have a hard time w/
My Gear:

Fender 62 RI Stratocaster
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
Fender Supersonic
Boss DD-3 Delay
Boss OS-2 OD/DS
Martin 000-28
Washburn D10s
#6
Quote by ninja23
I think it can be used to sustain a note for as long as you want. Not 100% sure though.


I'm sorry I was thinking of warp.
#8
if you're quick you can lay down a 3 chord progression and play over it.

well wt the dd6 it's easier cause it's got a couple of extra seconds available.
Jenneh

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