Boss DD-7 Manual
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Even with the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, Boss continues to push the envelope and innovate. The new DD7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands the creative potential with Modulation Delay mode, classic modeled Analog Delay mode, External pedal control options, longer delay time, and more.
Part Numbers: BO-DD7, DD-7, DD7
UPC: 0761294407127, 761294407127
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User reviews and opinions
|t4tav||11:39am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|AMAZING!!! The BOSS Digital Delay 7 is simply amazing. I play acoustic guitar but still the tone that the delay produces.|
|MarkS||1:37pm on Saturday, April 24th, 2010|
|"This is basically the same pedal as the DD-6 but they added an analog delay setting and cool looping features. "Despite the backordered status on the product, I received it within a week. I have played it since then with no interruption.|
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AC & BATTERY POWERED
Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the BOSS DD-7 Digital Delay. Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: USING THE UNIT SAFELY and IMPORTANT NOTES (supplied on a separate sheet). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, this manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
A battery is supplied with the unit. The life of this battery may be limited, however, since its primary purpose was to enable testing. Copyright 2008 BOSS CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of BOSS CORPORATION.
Achieves long delay times of up to 6.4 seconds. (*1) Whats more, up to 40 seconds of loop playor sound on soundis possible in HOLD mode. Multiple delay modes include MODULATE, which adds a chorus effect to the delay sound, and ANALOG, which models the classic BOSS DM-2 analog delay pedal. Features two new stereo modes in addition to 2-in/2-out true stereo connections. Provides stereo effects like Panning and Effect + Direct. Parameters can be controlled using an optional expression pedal (Roland EV-5). The delay time can be set in realtime by pressing an optional footswitch (FS-5U) or the built-in pedal to input the tempo.
(*1) The delay time that can be set varies according to the mode.
1. AC Adaptor Jack
Accepts connection of an AC Adaptor (PSAseries; optional). By using an AC Adaptor, you can play without being concerned about how much battery power you have left.
* If there are batteries in the unit while an AC adaptor is being used, normal operation will continue should the line voltage be interrupted (power blackout or power cord disconnection). * Use only the specified AC adaptor (PSA-series). * If the AC adaptor is connected while power is on, the power supply is drawn from the AC adaptor.
2. CHECK Indicator 6 7
This is a combination indicator, which indicates whether the effect is on or off, indicates the various functions (p. 1220), and functions as the battery check indicator. The indicator lights when an effect is ON.
* If this indicator goes dim or no longer lights while an effect is ON, or when the functions are indicated, the battery is near exhaustion and should be replaced immediately. For instructions on changing the batteries, refer to Changing the Battery (p. 22). * The CHECK indicator shows whether the effect is on or off, and indicates the different functions. It does not indicate whether the power to the device is on or not.
4. INPUT-A (MONO) Jack INPUT-B Jack
These jacks accept input signals (coming from a guitar, some other musical instrument, or another effects unit).
* The units functions differ according to how it is connected. Refer to Setting the Output Method (p. 16). * The INPUT-A (MONO) and INPUT-B jacks double as power switches. Power to the unit is turned on when you plug into the INPUT-A (MONO) or INPUT-B jack; the power is turned off when the cable is unplugged. Be sure to disconnect any cord plugged into the INPUT-A (MONO) or INPUT-B jack when not using this effects device.
3. OUTPUT-A (MONO) Jack OUTPUT-B Jack
The output jacks are used to connect the unit to an amplifier or another effects unit.
* The units functions differ according to how it is connected. Refer to Setting the Output Method (p. 16).
5. TEMPO/EXP Jack
This jack is for connecting an optional external footswitch (FS-5U) or an optional expression pedal (Roland EV-5).
Panel Description You can make tempo settings using a footswitch or manipulate various parameters using an expression pedal.
* Refer to Setting the Tempo Using an External Footswitch (p. 13), Control Using an Expression Pedal (p. 20).
6. Pedal Switch
This is used for switching the effect on and off, and for switching between the different functions (p. 1215).
8. E.LEVEL (Effect Level) Knob 7. Thumbscrew
When this screw is loosened, the pedal will open, allowing you to change the battery.
* For instructions on changing the battery, refer to Changing the Battery (p. 22).
This adjusts the volume of the effect sound. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the effect sound. When set at the three oclock position, the effect is played at the same volume as the direct sound.
* When the E.LEVEL knob is set to MAX while in REVERSE mode, only the effect sound is output, with the effect sound at the same level as the input sound.
9. F.BACK (Feedback) Knob
This adjusts the feedback level. The number of times the delay sound is repeated increases as the knob is turned to the right.
* This cannot be used in HOLD mode. * Oscillation may occur when the knob is set at certain positions.
11. MODE Knob
This switches the delay effect. Ordinary Delay MODE Knob Delay Time
10.D.TIME (Delay Time) Knob
This adjusts the delay time. Turning the knob clockwise lengthens the delay time.
* This cannot be used in HOLD mode. * The delay times that can be set vary according to the position of the MODE knob.
3200 ms 800 ms 200 ms 50 ms
800-3200 ms 200-800 ms 50-200 ms 1-50 ms
* The delay time is doubled when the DD-7 is connected for long delay output. For more information, refer to Long (p. 17).
Panel Description Specialized Delays MODE Knob Delay Time MODULATE: This produces a pleasant chorus effect by adding a small amount of undulations to the effect sound. ANALOG: The sound changes progressively with each repetition of the repeat sound. This tone is modeled on the BOSS DM-2 Compact Delay. REVERSE: This delay produces an effect like playing back a tape in reverse. You can adjust the E.LEVEL knob setting to get two different kinds of effect, Effect Sound + Direct Sound and Effect Sound Only. Turning the E.LEVEL knob completely to the right switches this to Effect Sound Only.
HOLD MODULATE ANALOG REVERSE
40 sec. *1 20-800 ms 20-800 ms 300-3200 ms
*1 In HOLD mode, the maximum recording time is 20 seconds for stereo input or 40 seconds for monaural input. * The delay time is doubled when the DD-7 is connected for long delay output. For more information, refer to Long (p. 17).
HOLD: This records up to 40 seconds of a performance (when using monaural input), then plays it back repeatedly.
* For details, refer to Using the HOLD (Overdubbing) Function (p. 15).
AC Adaptor (PSA-series: optional)
Electric Guitar Guitar Amplifier Footswitch (FS-5U) Expression Pedal (Roland EV-5)
* You can obtain a variety of different delay effects by changing how the connections are made. For more information, refer to Setting the Output Method(p. 16).
* When running the unit on battery power, inserting a plug into the INPUT-A (MONO) or INPUT-B jack will automatically switch the unit on. * This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval (a few seconds) after power up is required before the unit will operate normally. * The use of an AC adaptor is recommended as the units power consumption is relatively high. Should you prefer to use batteries, please use the alkaline type. * To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power on all devices before making any connections.
* Some connection cables contain resistors. When connection cables with resistors are used, the sound level may be extremely low, or impossible to hear. For information on cable specifications, contact the manufacturer of the cable.
* If there are batteries in the unit while an AC adaptor is being used, normal operation will continue should the line voltage be interrupted (power blackout or power cord disconnection). * Once the connections have been completed (p. 9), turn on power to your various devices in the order specified. By turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices. When powering up: Turn on the power to your guitar amp last. When powering down: Turn off the power to your guitar amp first. * When operating on battery power only, the units indicator will become dim when battery power gets too low. Replace the battery as soon as possible.
Operating the Unit
2. Select the mode Use the MODE knob to select the mode to be used.
* Operations vary according to the mode. Refer to each operation.
1. Turn on the effect After you have finished making the connections (p. 9), press the pedal switch to turn the effect on (the CHECK indicator lights red).
* The DD-7 features a seamless switching function whereby the delay sound decays gradually, even after the effects are switched off. * When in HOLD mode, the effect cannot be switched on or off.
3. Adjust the delay time Adjust the delay time with the D.TIME knob. 4. Adjust the feedback level Use the F.BACK knob to adjust the feedback level (or how much the sound is repeated).
* Oscillation may occur with certain input sounds, or when the knob is set at certain positions.
5. Adjust the volume Adjust the volume level of the effect sound with the E.LEVEL knob.
Using the Tempo Delay
Tempo input allows you to set the delay time to match the tempo of a song by repeatedly pressing the pedal switch in time with the desired tempo. You can also use this method to change the delay time to any setting you like as you perform. Using tempo input, the delay time can be set within the range of 0.23.2 seconds.
* With long delay, the maximum setting is 6.4 seconds.
* When an optional external footswitch (the FS5U) is connected to the TEMPO/EXP jack, you won't be able to enter TEMPO mode by pressing the built-in pedal.
3. Begin inputting the tempo Press the pedal switch in time with the song tempo (the CHECK indicator flashes red and green).
* The timing with which you press the pedal is converted to quarter-note beats.
Setting the Tempo Using the Built-in Pedal
1. Select the mode Use the MODE knob to select the mode to be used.
* Tempo input cannot be used in HOLD mode.
4. Finish inputting the tempo Hold down the pedal switch for at least two seconds to complete the setting (the CHECK indicator lights red).
* The tempo may become confused momentarily when you go from Step 3 to Step 4. * Turning the D.TIME knob resets the delay time to that indicated by the knobs position.
2. Switch to TEMPO mode Hold down the pedal switch for at least two seconds (the CHECK indicator lights green).
Setting the Tempo Using an External Footswitch
Connecting an optional footswitch (FS-5U) to the TEMPO/EXP jack lets you set the tempo delay by inputting the tempo.
* You can input the tempo with the external pedal regardless of whether the effect is on or off.
* Inputting the tempo is not possible in HOLD mode.
1. Connect the FS-5U to the TEMPO/EXP jack
* Use a connecting cord with a 1/4 phone plug. * On the FS-5U, move the polarity switch toward the jack.
3. Start inputting the tempo Press the pedal switch in time with the songs tempo
(Effect off: CHECK indicator flashes red; effect on: CHECK indicator flashes red and green).
* The timing with which you press the pedal is converted to quarter-note beats. * Tempo input using the built-in pedal is not possible. * Turning the D.TIME knob resets the delay time to that indicated by the knobs position.
* The FS-5L cannot be used.
Using the Tempo Delay The delay sound produced is as shown in the figure.
* The CHECK indicator flashes red in time with the interval with which you press the pedal.
Rhythm Used in Pressing the Pedal MODE: 3200 ms MODE: 800 ms MODE: 200 ms MODE: 50 ms MODE: MODULATE ANALOG REVERSE
* When the mode is MODULATE, ANALOG, or REVERSE, the effect at the position of the MODE knob is applied to the delay sound.
Using the HOLD (Overdubbing) Function
With the HOLD function, you can record up to 40 seconds of your performance, and then have that content played back repeatedly. You can also layer this as you perform something else, then record these together (overdub). You can keep the recorded content playing continuously as backing and produce other special effects. you recorded begins simultaneously (the
CHECK indicator flashes green).
4. Overdubbing Press the pedal switch during playback to start overdubbing (The CHECK indicator
1. Select HOLD Set the MODE knob to HOLD (the CHECK
indicator goes out).
5. When overdubbing is finished, playback starts Pressing the built-in pedal switch during overdubbing stops overdubbing, and playback resumes (the CHECK indicator flashes
2. Begin recording Recording starts when you press the builtin pedal switch (the CHECK indicator flashes
* The maximum recording time is 20 seconds for stereo input or 40 seconds for monaural input. * Recording continues even if you release the built-in pedal switch.
6. Adjust the volume Use the E.LEVEL knob to adjust the volume of the playback sound. 7. Finish playback To stop playback, press the pedal twice.
* Press the pedal two times in succession, keeping the interval between presses to one second or less. * If a footswitch (FS-5U; optional) is connected to the TEMPO/EXP jack, you can stop playback by pressing the FS-5U.
3. When recording is finished, playback starts Press the built-in pedal switch a second time to stop recording. Playback of what
Setting the Output Method
With the DD-7, you can obtain a variety of different delay effects by changing how the connections are made.
This produces panning delay with A input and A/B output.
* The panning feature is not available in HOLD mode.
A DD-7 Guitar
B A Guitar Amplifier
Effect + Direct
This produces effect + direct output with B input and A/B output.
* A: effect, B: direct * Switching off the effect outputs the direct sound from A.
B A (Direct sound) (Effect sound) Guitar Amplifier
This produces long delay with A input and B output.
Normal Delay Long Delay
B A Guitar Amplifier DD-7 Guitar
3200ms 800-3200 ms 1600-6400 ms 800ms 200-800 ms 400-1600 ms 50-200 ms 200ms 100-400 ms 1-50 ms 50ms 2-100 ms 40 sec. *sec. HOLD 20-800 ms MOUDULATE 40-1600 ms ANALOG 40-1600 ms 20-800 ms REVERSE 300-3200 ms 600-6400 ms
Keyboard B A Guitar Amplifier DD-7 B A
*1 In HOLD mode, the maximum recording time is 20 seconds for stereo input or 40 seconds for monaural input.
This produces stereo delay with A/B input and A/B output.
Effector Guitar (chorus, flanger etc.)
* You can select any of three types of stereo delay modes. For more information, refer to Setting the Mode for Stereo Delay(p. 19).
This produces effect output with B input and A output.
B A DD-7 RETURN SEND INPUT
* The direct sound is not output from A, regardless of whether the effect is on or off. * Be sure to lower the output level of any device being connected.
Setting the Mode for Stereo Delay
When using the DD-7 as a stereo delay, you can choose among three different operation modes. Each mode provides a different type of stereo delay effect.
* For detailed information on how to make the connections for stereo delay, refer to Stereo(p. 17).
1. Make the connection to the INPUT-A (MONO) jack and leave nothing connected to the INPUT-B jack 2. Hold down the built-in pedal and insert the plug to INPUT-B jack The setting mode for stereo delay is enabled, and the CHECK indicator lights in orange.
3. Select the stereo delay effect Use the MODE knob to select the mode for stereo delay. 3200ms: This is a completely independent delay for A and B. 800ms: This is panning delay. 200ms: This is a stereo delay that imparts spatial broadness to reverberant sound. 4. Save the settings Press the built-in pedal switch to make the CHECK indicator rapidly flash in orange and save the settings. After the settings have been saved, the unit returns to normal operation.
* Never switch off the power while the CHECK indicator is flashing rapidly. * This setting is retained even while the power is turned off.
Control Using an Expression Pedal
Connecting an expression pedal (Roland EV5; optional) to the TEMPO/EXP jack enables you to control the respective parameters of the E.LEVEL, F.BACK, and D.TIME knobs.
* Use only the specified expression pedal (Roland EV-5; optional). By connecting any other expression pedals, you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to the unit.
2. Make the settings for the parameters Turn the E.LEVEL, F.BACK, and D.TIME knobs to set the maximum values of the ranges you want to control. If you dont want to control a particular parameter with the expression pedal, set its value to the MIN position.
* You can set only the maximum value of a parameter range controlled using the expression pedal. Setting the minimum value is not possible.
Making the Settings for Expression Pedal Functions
1. Hold down the built-in pedal and connect the expression pedal The function-setting mode for the expression pedal is enabled and the CHECK indicator lights in orange.
* The setting mode cannot be entered while HOLD MODE is selected. * When connecting an expression pedal to the TEMPO/EXP jack, set the minimum volume for the connected expression pedal to the MIN position.
3. Save the parameters Press the built-in pedal switch to make the CHECK indicator rapidly flash in orange and save the settings. After the settings have been saved, the unit returns to normal operation.
Attaching the Included Sticker
This device comes with a mode sticker and an application sticker. Apply these to the DD-7 as shown in the figure. This allows you to check the function of each mode. Mode Sticker: Application Sticker: This allows you to check the difference in functions according to the input and output connections.
Changing the Battery
When the indicator goes dim or no longer lights while the effect is on, it means that the battery must be replaced. Replace the battery following the steps below.
* The use of an AC adaptor is recommended as the units power consumption is relatively high. Should you prefer to use a battery, please use the alkaline type.
1. Hold down the pedal and loosen the thumbscrew, then open the pedal upward.
* The pedal can be opened without detaching the thumbscrew completely.
Pedal Spring Base
2. Remove the old battery from the battery housing, and remove the snap cord connected to it. 3. Connect the snap cord to the new battery, and place the battery inside the battery housing.
* Be sure to carefully observe the batterys polarity (+ versus -).
Battery Snap Cord
Coil Spring Guide Bush Hole
4. Slip the coil spring onto the spring base on the back of the pedal, and then close the pedal.
* Carefully avoid getting the snap cord caught in the pedal, coil spring, and battery housing.
Battery Snap Battery Housing 9V Battery
5. Finally, insert the thumbscrew into the guide bush hole and fasten it securely.
Power wont come on / CHECK indicator doesnt light:
Is the specified adaptor (PSA-series; optional) properly connected? Check the connection once more (p. 9).
* Never use any AC adaptor other than one specified for use with the DD-7.
Is the battery low or dead? Replace with a new battery (p. 22).
* The battery that was supplied with the unit is for temporary use, intended primarily for testing the units operation. For extended use, we suggest replacing this with an alkaline battery.
Is the guitar connected properly to the INPUT-A (MONO) or INPUT-B jack? Check the connection once more (p. 9).
* The power will not turn on without a plug connected to the INPUT-A (MONO) or INPUT-B jack. * The CHECK indicator shows whether the effect is being applied or not, and is used to indicate other effects. It does not indicate whether the power to the device is on or not.
Is the MODE knob set to HOLD? In HOLD mode, the CHECK indicator is normally off (the effect is off). This flashes while the pedal is held down (HOLD). The CHECK indicator lights for several seconds immediately after the power is turned on, then goes out.
* For details, refer to Using the HOLD (Overdubbing) Function(p. 15).
Are you in TEMPO mode? In TEMPO mode, the CHECK indicator flashes alternately in red and green.
* For details, refer to Using the Tempo Delay(p. 12).
No sound / Low volume:
Is your instrument properly connected to the DD-7? Check the connection once more (p. 9). With certain kinds of connections, the direct sound wont be output (p. 16). Is the volume turned down on any guitar amp or effects device you have connected? Check the settings of the connected device. Could you be using a connection cable that contains a resistor? Use a connection cable that does not contain a resistor. Do you have the E.LEVEL knob turned to MAX in REVERSE mode? The direct sound is not output when the E.LEVEL knob is set to MAX.
The CHECK indicator has gone dim:
Is the battery low or dead? When the indicator goes dim or no longer lights while the effect is on, it means that the battery must be replaced (p. 22).
Only direct sound is produced:
Is the guitar connected to the INPUT B jack, and the amplifier connected to the OUTPUT B jack? Check the connection once more (p. 16).
Sound is distorted:
Is the battery low? As the battery is drained, the CHECK indicator dims, and the DD-7 may start to function incorrectly. Replace with a new battery (p. 22).
* The battery that was supplied with the unit is for temporary use, intended primarily for testing the units operation. For extended use, we suggest replacing it with an alkaline battery.
Could the level of the sound being input be excessive? With some guitars, distortion may be produced. Be careful of your guitars output level. Oscillation may occur with certain F.BACK knob settings.
This sound is perfect for playing guitar solos.
Hard Riff Sound
This provides a delay sound that works well when playing riffs with a hard distortion sound.
Turning the E.LEVEL knob clockwise produces a progressively deeper chorus effect.
This produces gradual changes in the reverberant sound. When the D.TIME knob is set near the center position, what is produced is equivalent to the maximum delay time obtained with the BOSS DM-2.
Reverse Playback Delay
This delay gives an effect somewhat similar to reverse playback. Its a sound thats just a little out of the ordinary.
Room Ambience Sound
This delay simulates the sound that would be picked up by an ambience mic located on a stand within the room.
This provides an effect similar to the sound of two guitars layered together.
Employs repetitions of delayed sound to create an oscillating sound. Unique effects can be obtained by adjusting the D.TIME knob. * Care should be taken, since this effect tends to increase the volume.
DD-7: Digital Delay
Nominal Input Level.. -20 dBu Input Impedance.. 1 M Nominal Output Level. -20 dBu Output Impedance. 1 k Recommended Load Impedance. 10 k or greater Delay Time.. 1 ms6400 ms * Values may vary according to the mode and connections. Maximum Recording Time. 40 seconds (in HOLD mode) Controls.. Pedal switch, E.LEVEL knob, F.BACK knob, D.TIME knob, MODE knob Indicator.. CHECK indicator (Used for indication of TEMPO, HOLD, and to check battery) Connectors.. INPUT-A (MONO) jack, INPUT-B jack, OUTPUT-A (MONO) jack, OUTPUT-B jack, TEMPO/EXP jack, AC adaptor jack (DC 9 V) Power Supply.. DC 9 V: Dry battery 6F22 (9 V) type (carbon)/ Dry battery 6LR61 (9 V) type (alkaline), AC Adaptor (PSA-series: optional)
Current Draw.. 55 mA (DC 9 V) * Expected battery life under continuous use: Carbon: 1.5 hours, Alkaline: 6 hours These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use. Dimensions.. 73 (W) x 129 (D) x 59 (H) mm 2-7/8 (W) x 5-1/8 (D) x 2-3/8 (H) inches Weight... 440 g / 1 lb (including battery) Accessories.. Owners Manual Mode Sticker, Application Sticker
Leaflet (USING THE UNIT SAFELY, IMPORTANT NOTES, and Information)
Dry battery/9 V type (6LR61) * The battery that was supplied with the unit is for temporary use-intended primarily for testing the units operation. We suggest replacing this with an alkaline dry cell. Options.. AC adaptor (PSA-series) Footswitch: FS-5U Expression pedal: Roland EV-5 * 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms * In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice.
For EU Countries This product complies with the requirements of EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
For the USA
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment. This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
Frankfurt Musikmesse 2008 Release Press Contact: Amanda Whiting PR/Media Relations Manager (323) 890-3718 Amanda.Whiting@RolandUS.com
BOSS ANNOUNCES NEW ADVANCED COMPACT DELAY PEDAL DD-7 Digital Delay
Los Angeles, CA, March 12, 2008BOSS continues to push the envelope in compact pedal innovation with its new DD-7 Digital Delay pedal. The DD-7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands creative potential with innovative types of delay, including Modulation Delay, classic modeled Analog Delay, expanded delay time and more. The DD-7 offers up to 6.4 seconds of delay time a marked increase from its predecessor, the DD-6, and it offers up to 40 seconds of sound on sound recording in Hold mode. Its unique Modulation Mode offers unique chorus-type sounds, and its Analog Delay mode models the warm classic sound of the BOSS DM-2. Users can also control tap tempo, delay time, feedback, and effect level via an optional external footswitch or Expression pedal. The DD-7s stereo output enables the creation of amazing effects, such as spatial audio sweeps via true stereo panning. The stereo outputs can also be used to create separate dry and wet signal paths convenient for recording and live performance control. Finally, the legendary BOSS road-tough quality and reliability come standard in the DD-7. ------Roland is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of electronic musical instruments, professional audio equipment, multimedia products, and music accessories. For more information, contact Roland Corporation U.S., 5100 S. Eastern Ave., P.O. Box 910921, Los Angeles, CA 90091-0921, (323) 890-3700 (x3718 - for media use only), www.RolandUS.com. ###
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