Reviews and Problems with Behringer DIGITAL DELAY DD400
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good solid, basic delay. sample/loop feature a joke though.
7 February 2013
Summary: Great solid, dependable delay pedal. DO NOT GET IT FOR THE SAMPLE & HOLD (Loop) FEATURE! It DOES loop, so dont get me wrong. However, the sampling is basically TOTALLY UNCONTROLABLE (rate/timing, decay, attack-NOTHING can be controlled), roughly half a second or so long, and just pretty damn useless. I seriously think its only there to fool a few people into buying the pedal for the wrong reasons.
Excerpt: It does its job but gives a few problems with the settings. I've read other reviews about it going out after a few couple years but that's no problem since I will replace it eventually to something with better quality. Overall, it's a good pedal to start experimenting with but nothing too long term.
Summary: Decent pedal. Im a little worried about the fact that its made out of plastic as it will be near a lot of feet and i cant control if those feet will stumble over it or things like that. The tone of my guitar seems diminished when using this. It is somewhat easy to figure out, but the main confusing bit is the "feedback" setting. this controls the amount of times it repeats the note, but after you figure that out its pretty simple to figure out.
An excellent value for 90% of the people who would buy a delay pedal.
4 June 2012
Summary: I bought this pedal solely for use at home, piddling around and occasionally recording and for my purpose there is absolutely no reason to spend a dime more on a delay pedal. This one delivers everything I want and need and the only negative, durability, isn't an issue. This pedal is an excellent value at the price point.
Summary: *** (1) PRICE: The DD400 is cheap, new or used. I bought my used DD400 for under $20 shipped. This is a great value, maybe an unbeatable value when other delay pedals sell for much more. *** (2) FEATURES: (2.1) The DD400 has basic delay features. (2.2) The pedal has an amusing "Hold" feature. The "Hold" feature works as follows: Turn the knob to "Hold", hold the pedal down, play a riff, release the pedal. (2.3) The pedal has two outputs for stereo output.
Excerpt: As Behringer products get very mixed reviews, I hesitated before getting the DD400 delay pedal. However, I was very pleasantly surprised. This pedal does everything I wanted and expected from a digital delay, plus a few things I didn't know about. I play mostly trad Irish, plus blues and rock, on an electric octave mandolin, and am exploring effects pedals. Thus, I'm not in a hurry to spend a lot until I know what sounds I want, and which ones work for me.
Pros: Excellent Sound Quality, Good Selection Of Effects, Versatile
Summary: I have a multiverb that I love, but it is big. It's rack mounted. I was hoping for something cheap but worth the money. I play a lot and I can tell you this is not what I need. I can't tweak it to where it needs to be. Tone is terrible in some positions. Maybe for players in different genre of music may be fine or to just play with. I should have known better. However, it is made very well though. I have no problem with the hard plastic structure.