jahozer wrote:I like my DD-5.
The tap tempo makes all the difference. I think its better than the DD-6 in that it uses an external pedal and the tap on the dd-6 is hard to use.
It is digital, so you do not expect analog sounding delay. I tend to think thats a bit over rated anyway. I mean I understand, but the functionality of the boss dd-5 is just what I need.
I am having it modded so I can control the volume of the delay with an expression pedal.
I agree. I have the DD-6 and honestly, I hate it. Well, maybe I don't hate it, per se, but it sure as hell isn't "user friendly". I mean, it has some cool effects, with the echo, the warp, and the reverse, but it's clunky and hard to use, nad you can't change on the fly with it. If you want to switch over to a different effect on it, you have to kneel down and manually turn the knob, and that is a MAJOR pain in the ass when you are playing live and in the moment. While I'm on the subject, is there any way to modify this piece of crapto make it easier to switch around, or should I just scrap it & go buy that green Line-6 delay pedal I hear so much about?
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