DGL-1 (Digital Delay) w/Original Box & Power Supply

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“Great pedal — almost reminds me of an analog delay in that it has lots of character and is not sterile as most digital delays seem to be. The pedal is not noisy. The delay can go from minimal echo volume to a delayed signal that is louder than the original (you can completely cut out the original signal if desired).”

“As a digital delay it sounds very good and clean. Max out the feedback control and you get crazy buzz saw sounds. The range switch is the bomb! With range adjusted to the longest setting, get a signal into the delay, then quickly flip the knob to a shorter range and then back — instant craziness! And different every time you do it! (Yes, I do enjoy space noise!) The real time tweakable nature of this effect is where it shines.”

“Here’s a gem that you don’t see very often, was made in Japan in the 80s with some nice/unique features. There are two stomp buttons — one to engage/disengage the effect and one to engage the hold feature, which allows you to “loop” your delay while giving you the ability to play, unaffected, over your loop.”

“The knob on the far left is an input knob that allows you to adjust your volume with or without the delay engaged. It actually functions as a slight, dynamic overdrive because it allows you to crank it up to the point of distortion, even when the delay isn’t engaged! Very unique feature. Really mimics a Claypool-esque, overdriven delay, while maintaining note clarity. More subtle than your average overdrive (read not fuzzy).”

“The knob on the far right allows you to adjust the volume of the delay effect. Not a unique feature, but worth mentioning.”


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