Sound — 9
I play this using my cheap "starter" Stratocaster and 15W amp. Even though my amp and guitar are kinda crappy, it still sounds great! I don't notice any difference in the amount of feedback with the pedal, on or off. It's a digital delay, to it doesn't sound as warm as an analog delay, but it does it's job and gets me the sound I want. I just use this to fool around with, and when I put my D-time and repeat all the way down, I get a sort of "reverb," which I use during solo's to give it more life.
Overall Impression — 8
Like I said above, I mainly use this with the D-time and repeat all the way down, and use it as a bit of a reverb/echo during solos. I've been playing for about half a year, and play hard rock and metal. Although it's not very useful for my style, it's still great fun to fool around with. If something where to happen to it, I probably wouldn't get another. It's not a very recent pedal, and somewhat hard to find.
Reliability & Durability — 9
I think this pedal is very durable and reliable! If I would ever gig with this, I wouldn't even think about a backup! Careful though; this thing sucks up battery's and spits them back out! I use it with an AC Adapter, so I never have to worry. When I got it, it was in bad condition but it hasn't broken on me yet, and I doubt it will anytime soon.
Ease of Use — 10
This pedal was passed down to me by my dad. When I first plugged it in, I had no problem figuring it out. It didn't have a manual, but it only has 3 knobs, making it simple and easy to operate. The D-time basically affects how long your delay will last. Meanwhile, the repeat affects the amount of delay. Last of the 3, the D-level is pretty much how much volume your delay will have-the higher the level, the louder the delay will sound.