Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Pedal

Compact Digital Delay Pedal with 6.4 Seconds of Delay Time, Stereo Output, and Multiple Operational Modes
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Amazing delays from Boss!

The DD-7 is the latest incarnation of digital delay pedal from BOSS, who are responsible for many of the best-selling compact-pedal delays of all time. By incorporating the best features of its predecessors and adding a handful of creativity-boosting new tools, the DD-7 is primed to make you rethink what you expect from compact delay pedals. Among the new features is a modulation delay mode, classic modeled analog delay mode, external pedal control options, longer delay time, and more. BOSS's DD-7 Digital Delay breaks new sonic ground!

BOSS DD-7 Digital Delay at a Glance:

  • Expanded delay time with looping

  • New delay modes
  • External control
  • Stereo output
Expanded Delay Time with Looping

Up to 6.4 seconds of delay time is available with the DD-7, which is a marked increase from its predecessor. In addition, hold mode allows up to 40 seconds of input to be recorded for creating "sound on sound" loop-type performances.

New Delay Modes

The DD-7 is equipped with two innovative new delay modes. Modulation delay provides chorus-flavored sounds. Analog delay offers a modeled simulation of the classic BOSS DM-2, beloved for its characteristic warmth.

External Control

For hands-free control of the DD-7, an external footswitch and expression pedal (sold separately) can be used. Tap tempo can be controlled from an external footswitch, while delay time, feedback, and effect level can be changed on the fly via expression pedal.

Stereo Output

Create amazing effects with the DD-7's stereo output, such as spatial audio sweeps via true stereo panning. You can also use the stereo outputs to create separate dry and wet signal paths - handy for recording and live-performance control.

BOSS DD-7 Digital Delay Features:

  • 1 ms to 6400 ms delay time

  • Maximum recording time: 40 sec (in hold mode)
  • Modulation delay mode offers natural, chorus-type sounds
  • Analog delay mode models the classic warm BOSS DM-2 analog delay sound
  • Tap tempo controllable via external footswitch
  • Delay time, feedback, and effect level can be controlled via external expression pedal (sold separately)
BOSS rewrites the rules of delay with the DD-7 Digital Delay!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Delay
Maximum Delay Time 6.4 seconds (6400ms)
Inputs 2 x 1/4" (Mono)
Outputs 2 x 1/4" (Mono)
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.4"
Width 2.9"
Depth 5.1"
Weight 1 lb.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number DD-7

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Musician

Love these DD7 it has a built in small loop which is great love the sound
5/5

great pedal.

I mainly use the analog setting for general playing, its sounds more natural. for practice at home I like to use the hold feature to play a few chords and loop them. that way I can play solos along with the chords i strummed that it plays back. You can do allot with this pedal, if you know how to use it correctly. its very versatile as far as the types of sounds you can use it for. you can get a reverb like sound, slap back for surf and rockabilly, crazy echo like sounds, guitar doubling type sounds or just fatten up the sound of your solos, you can get that chicken picking sound (a compressor and a delay really makes the chicken picking sound perfectly) and you can do all kinds of other stuff. this a really good sounding pedal, the digital delay modes do sound digital but they still sound very good. I think the analog delay setting sounds allot more dark and natural. that is why i go the DD-7 over the DD-3, i wanted that analog setting. I had a DD-3 for quite a while and decided to upgrade to a DD-7 and I am glad i did. both are great pedals and most people would should be quite happy with either one. I am not really a external pedal/effects person, a good tube amp should have a good overdrive and hopefully a good reverb and that is all you really need for most types of music, add a delay and a compressor and you have plenty of effects to play around with. having loads of pedals and effects is really just overkill for most types of music IMO but a few basic ones are nice to have. when I play live I really just use the overdrive on my amp and when I play a solo I hit the delay and sometimes compressor to fatten up the sound, that is all I really need to play some rock and roll music, rockabilly or anything else.
5/5

Gotta Love the Boss DD-7

I just got mine in today and I think this pedal is worth every penny that I paid for it. I already have a DD-6 that I use with a chorus pedal for chord work, but I can now use one pedal to get the job done. The looper is a great practice tool also. The analog setting sounds good. I thought that the DD-6 was the ultimate delay in a stompbox size, but the DD-7 is exactly what I need in a delay pedal. Just simply awesome!!!
Music background: Hobbyist, Church worship services
5/5

This Boss rocks!

When I buy gear,one of the aspects I search for is durability.Well,this pedal really stands out in that category.I also like the fact that you can tap the tempo of the song and the classic analog sound from boss.Thank you boss,you made another guitarist happy!
Music background: Pop rock
5/5

Great Accessory

The DD-7 is great. It is easy to use.
Music background: Died with Rock and Roll
See also: Reverb Pedals, Boss, Boss Reverbs and Delays