The BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay pedal is the most advanced and feature rich delay pedal in the BOSS compact series. It features eleven delay modes, tap tempo, a built-in looper and that legendary BOSS rugged reliability.
It may be compact in size, but the BOSS DD8 packs plenty into its classic stomp box chassis. Equipped with 11 diverse delay modes you can easily go from vintage analogue delays to more extreme sounds. The DD-8 includes the new Warm type for softer tones, +RV which blends delay and reverb, Warp mode for dynamic ambient texture and GLT for modern, glitchy rhymical effects.
Tap tempo is accessible via the onboard pedal switch (simply hold the pedal switch for 2 seconds to access) or use an external footswitch (connect via the new Tap Tempo socket).
Connectivity allows for a multitude of setup options - mono or stereo (with 3 output modes), and discrete dry and effect outputs for wet/dry setups. You can even defeat the dry signal completely, allowing for delay only blending in parallel effects loop.
Added versatility comes courtesy of the onboard looper function. With up to 40 seconds of loop time and control with the pedal alone (though it can be further controlled with a optional footswitch), its a great addition to an already impressive feature packed pedal.
The battery compartment is accessible via a front mounted thumb screw, whilst the rear of the pedal is host to a 9V socket, allowing the DD-8 to be powered by a Boss PSA adaptor (sold separately).
Treat you and your pedalboard to a feature packed delay pedal that'll stay with you for years!
- Digital delay pedal
- Eleven delay modes: Analog, Standard, Tape, Warm, Reverse, +RV, Shimmer, Mod, Warp, GLT and Loop
- Looper with up to 40 seconds recording time
- Carryover switch sets whether delay trails continue or stop when the effect is bypassed
- Stereo I/O with 3 modes (Independent, wide and panning)
- Smart I/O jacks support a variety of connection setups (mono, stereo, wet/dry, wet only, and more)
- Tap tempo
- Unique Twist function available in each delay mode via an external footswitch