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However, if we take a slightly more focused look at the DD-3, we find three distinctly different versions, with a fourth thrown in for good measure…But let’s start at the beginning, with the DD-2, the world’s first digital delay in compact pedal form.The DD-3 is a 12-bit digital delay with analog feedback and mixing stage.What this means is that everything in the pedal is analog, except the part that produces the actual delay.The delay chip then spits out an analog signal (delayed, of course), and a portion of that signal is sent back into the delay again (this is controlled by the feedback knob).So, for each pass the signal makes, it gets dirtier and dirtier, due to the repeated conversion process.
Dislikes: Cheap cabinet materials and shoddy construction. But with only three tubes pushing 5-watts it’s more fun to dial this puppy to 10! Here is Jon playing his modified Squier thinline Tele through the 5XL.The Boss DD-3 has been around for quite some time now, and people are starting to realize that it has changed somewhat over the years.Boss recognizes two different versions – the DD-3 and DD-3(A) – a definition that corresponds with a major change in the circuit design, where the schematic changed drastically.The CE-2 Chorus on the other hand is THE sound of an entire decade.Stomp on a CE-2 and its like taking a time-warp back to the ‘80s. I’m gonna skip ahead a little to 1988: The year that changed everything.