Reviews and Problems with Behringer DIGITAL DELAY DD600
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Good thing it was cheap or I would be pretty upset
7 January 2013
Summary: It is okay at best when used in the Efx Loop. I hooked it up both ways and in the loop was the best option for me. It is a tone sucker... I had to put an eq after it to boost the signal back up to proper level. It could have been a great pedal if it wasn't for that! I love the external tap option.
A great delay pedal with extra features for a good price.
6 September 2012
Summary: An excellent affordable pedal,bought it because i was satisfied with the rv600. i recommend this if your new to delay effects and want to test the waters.Product was exactly as advertised right down to the 2 second delay with incredible amount of extra features,was able to play Guns n roses -...
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.
Decent price but somewhat lacking for more advanced players.
4 September 2011
Summary: Not a bad little pedal for the price but still lacking as compared to other delay pedals this is one of the RSM pedals (real sound modeling)and can be used with a momentary foot pedal for a 2 second jam along type of an effect.
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: This is one of my favorite pedals. It has a lot of versatility and can make any delay you want, up to 2 seconds. It offers everything the (discontinued) Boss DD-5 does, but the Boss pedal costs more than twice as much, used. My biggest complaint is that the HOLD function is too hard to engage.
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.