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[NAMM] Boss DD-500 Digital Delay unveiled

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Boss introduces today at Summer NAMM 2015 in Nashville an improved version of its DD-5 digital delay pedal, the DD-500.

The new Boss DD-500 benefits from the new Boss technology and provides 12 modes of editable delays ranging from basic echo to classic effects (BBD, Echoplex, RE-201 Space Eco, DSE…) and spatial textures.

 

 

Features:

  • 32-bit / 96 kHz processor
  • 12 modes of vintage and modern delays: standard, analog, tape, vintage digital, dual, pattern, reverse, tera echo, slow attack, filter, shimmer and SFX
  • Up to 10 seconds of delay according of the mode
  • 4-band EQ, modulation, ducker and more settings for each type of delay
  • Real time expression with the ability to reassign the A, B and Tap/Ctl controls as well as external controls
  • Available controls: tap tempo, hold (for the delay feedback), Warp (increases both delay feedback and level simultaneously), Twist (adjusts multiple parameters at once), Moment (for momentary effect enabling), Roll 1/2, 1/4 and 1/8 (divides the delay time), Fade In and Out, Assign 1–8 (allows for controlling 8 distincts settings at once)
  • 128 × 62 dot LCD display
  • Built-in 198-patch memory (99 banks)
  • Phrase looper for 60 seconds at 48 kHz stereo or 96 kHz mono / 120 seconds at 48 kHz mono
  • 1/4” stereo input
  • 1/4” stereo output
  • 1/4” expression/control pedal input
  • USB type B port
  • MIDI in and out
  • True or buffered bypass
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries or a PSA-series adapter

Discover the new DD-500 at www.bossus.com.

 

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