DigiTech DigiDelay
DigiTech DigiDelay
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moosers 05/15/2009

DigiTech DigiDelay : moosers のユーザーレビュー (content in English)


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The Digitech DigiDelay is a digital delay pedal that has a number of different types of delay. It has a 1/4 inch input as well as two 1/4 inch outputs and is powered by either a 9 volt battery or a nine volt power supply. It is not a rack mountable piece of gear as it is a stomp box.


The configuration of the Digitech DigiDelay is pretty easy to follow as there are only four knobs. It has knobs for level, repeats, time, and to choose the mode. It has seven different types of delay including tape, reverse, loop, and various milliseconds lengths of delay. Everything is really easy to use as everything is laid out conveniently. I don't have the manual for the Digitech DigiDelay but it is easy enough to use that you really don't need it if you don't already have it.


The sound quality of the Digitech DigiDelay is about average and nothing about it really blows me away. It sounds good but it sounds a little too digital sounding for my taste and while it does have a lot of different types of delays and there are a ton of different tones that are possible, they aren't all that realistic sounding. I like my delay to be warm and full and this delay doesn't really have either of these qualities as it comes off sounding duller than most delay pedals I like. While I like the versatility on this pedal, not enough of them are great sounding in my opinion.


I've been using the Digitech DigiDelay for about two years and I can't really say that I would recommend it. While it is easy to use and has a lot of different possible tones available, I just don't like the overall sound that this delay pedal contains. The price of the Digitech DigiDelay is its saving grace as it is a very cheap pedal. So for the price you can really expect what you are getting, which is a decent sounding pedal that it easy to use. Unless you are a beginner just looking for the cheapest delay pedal possible, I wouldn't really recommend the Digitech DigiDelay.