Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Guitar Effects Pedal

If you are looking for a great delay pedal, you just found it. Packed with features the Boss DD-7 comes packed with some of the richest delay tones you’ll ever come across with features such Modulation and Analog Delay modes. The Modulation Delay provides chorus-flavored sounds while the Analog Delay offers a modeled simulation of the classic BOSS DM-2, beloved for its characteristic warmth.

Building on the prestige of BOSS’s rich history – the DD-7 comes equipped with up to a massive 6.4 seconds of delay time with the bonus option of being able to record up to 40 seconds of input when using the “hold” mode meaning you can record yourself and play over it “loop style” – absolutely brilliant for creating sound on sound performances.

Using the DD-7 you can create some truly amazing effects – looking for sweeping sterio panned echo? Use the stereo output and generate spatial audio sweeps. You can also use the stereo outputs to create separate dry and wet signal paths handy for recording and live-performance control.

With a stompbox this packed with features you might wonder if it’ll be suitable for live performance well the good news is – absolutely. The DD-7 provides hands-free control via an external footswitch and an expression pedal if so desired(sold separately). Tap tempo can be controlled from an external footswitch, while the best is saved for last with delay time, feedback, and effect level being changeable on the fly via Expression pedal.

With the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, BOSS continues to push the envelope and innovate. The DD-7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands the creative potential to create a stunningly effective delay pedal that will have you creating killer sounds in no time at all.

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Boss DD-7 Digital Delay Guitar Effects Pedal Specifications:
• Controls: E.LEVEL, F.BACK, D.TIME, MODE, Pedal switch
• Indicator: CHECK (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)
• Delay Time: 1 ms to 6400 ms*, Maximum recording time: 40 sec (in Hold mode) *Values may vary according to the mode and connections.
• Nominal Input Level: -20 dBu
• Input Impedance: 1 M ohm
• Nominal Output Level: -20 dBu
• Output Impedance: 1 k ohm
• Recommended Load Impedance: 10 ohms or greater
• Power Supply: DC 9 V, Dry battery, 9 V type (6F22/carbon, 6LR61/alkaline) AC Adaptor (PSA-series: optional), 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.
• Accessories: Owner’s Manual, Mode Sticker, Application Sticker, Leaflets (“USING THE UNIT SAFELY,” “IMPORTANT NOTES,” and “Information”), Dry battery (9 V type, 6LR61) *1
• Options: AC adaptor (PSA-series), Footswitch: FS-5U, Expression pedal: Roland EV-5

Boss FBM-1 fender 59 Bassman

To call Boss’s new FBM-1 Pedal an effects pedal would be somewhat incorrect – sure it looks like a
traditional Boss stomp pedal, featuring the usual rugged build quality, is still powered by the traditional
9v battery (or adapter) but inside this little box is really a vintage Fender amp bustling to be let loose.

Fender have some of the most illustrious amps of all – think of the Fender Twin, the Deluxe, the Reverb and the Bassman.
Indeed in recognition of it’s status, Fender have reissued the ’59 Bassman – faithfully following the original design and specifications.

So what of the Boss pedal? – Well Boss have struck a deal with Fender to replicate that rich bright tone of the original Bassman and to condense
it into a pedal. Features include the same controls on the original Bassman: Presence, Treble, Mid, and Bass EQ controls. The FBM-1 also functions perfectly as a “pre-gain pedal” placed before an already overdriven amp to add the tone character of the Bassman.

Adopting the same beige colorings of the original – the Boss FBM-1 pedal has four controls – Middle, Bass,
Treble and Gain – there is also a “Bright in” input that provides additional coloring to the sound closely replicating the
original amp.

So for those on a budget but still wanting an authentic Fender vintage tone – don’t look to your amp – look to your feet!


Octave pedals can add a great one to any guitar sound, adding either a bottom or top end to your usual tone.

The sound has got increasing prominance following Jack White and the “White Stripes” guitar sound.

The Boss OC-3 footpedal can be used with either a Bass or standard 6 string guitar, and comes with the usual boss robust build.

Powered by a 9V battery which can be accessed by unscrewing the fixing at the fot of the pedal.

There are 4 controls which adjust the volume and effect settings. The OC-3 has a number of usefull settings and has three modes, drive which adds some distortion, two octave and
polyphonic which can provide a “chord sound”. There are seperate inputs for bass and guitar – a direct line out and a
mono line out.