“The Arion DDS-4 Stereo Digital Delay and Sampler (up to 4 seconds) was released
by Arion in 1982.
It has stereo/dry switch (to put the delay across stereo spectrum or
left — then right only), trig/remote switch, and rotary knobs for level,
tone, repeat, delay time, and mode (which selects delay or playback).
This is a classic and rare pedal from the 80s and they’re
difficult to get hold of. It’s an old school toy that a lot of those
early guitar/electronic ‘experiMental’ heads used to create weird noises.”
It has a
record function with 4 delay ranges:
- a basic sampler to create loops
- you can use it as a delay pedal
- it uses a 9v battery and has one
- one input for a remote trigger pedal and two outputs