Reviews and Problems with Behringer DIGITAL DELAY DD600
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nice delay with plenty of sound choices
Howie, B&H Photo
22 January 2012
Excerpt: used this pedal for worship songs.it offers a fuller sound for clean songs and adds punch for songs using distortion.i have nothing bad to say about this pedal other than tweaking it to get the sound you desire may take a little effort.
Summary: Sounded and worked perfectly the first time I used it. The second session however, not so much. It started cycling on/off without even touching the pedal. It had a brand new battery and I also tried a power supply and a few different cables.
Summary: Pretty much a straight up clone of the Boss pedal- and a decent one at that. Not the bulletproof construction of the boss to be sure, but all the functions are the same. This is not true bypass but neither is the Boss.
Excerpt: I use this pedal to play at my church for solos, slow. and fast songs. This pedal is awesome for it's features of different kinds of delay. This pedal is AWWWWWEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOMEEEE!!!!!!!!!
Excerpt: I use this product for solos, slow songs, and fast also. i love the way it has many functions of delay that you can use for any song. Love the way it's made and the way it works, it's awesoooooooooooooome!!!!!!!!
Excerpt: This is part of my pedalboard. A really standard digital delay pedal, which I use mainly in christian worship songs.
As a digital delay, the delayed sound is just an exact copy of the original sound. Nothing that I could play with the delayed sound as in filtering, EQ.
Summary: Length:: 0:35 Mins A previous reviewer stated noise while using two different DD600s. I have not noticed this noise issue and I believe this pedal is very nice for the price. It has decent delay modeling and I would not hesitate to use this device on a gig despite the bad rep Behringer's Boss clone...
Summary: A little awkward setting the pedal up. The battery compartment is under the foot switch similar to a Boss pedal however it is not as easy to get to. The manual says to use a ball point pen to unhinge the pedal to get to the battery compartment. This is litterally what you have to do.