The BOSS DD-3T Digital Delay Pedal is an enhanced version of the legendary DD-3.
It maintains all of the distinctive, recognisable sound of the original - but with improved functionality that makes adding a touch of stunning delay to your music, completely simple.
It’s now possible to tap in delay tempos using the onboard switch or an external one, with your choice of three beat subdivisions.
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BOSS’s iconic DD-3 Digital Delay guitar pedal has been a pedalboard staple since 1986, loved everywhere for its great sound and simple operation. With the DD-3T, They have updated the classic stomp with enhanced functionality while fully retaining the original’s sound and control layout.
It’s now possible to tap in delay tempos using the onboard switch or an external one, with your choice of three beat subdivisions. And the direct output jack has been moved next to the main output, providing easier connectivity for wet/dry setups.
Based on the iconic DD-3, this enhanced version still holds all the sensational sound of the original. The DD-3 was the first ever digital delay. It's renowned for its warm, wonderfully well-rounded tone and straightforward usability. Well, never fear. Boss have kept all of that in the DD-3T. Designed with identical sonic circuitry and controls, you get the legendary digital delay sound that's been heard in countless recordings over the years. Embrace it.
We told you that the controls are the same as the DD-3. And that's true. But what is also true is that there are a few more added features that make playing with the DD-3T even more simple and hassle-free than the original pedal. Tap tempo enabled, you can quickly tap in your ideal tempo without even having to bend down and fiddle with the dials. Thanks to 800ms of delay time, you've got an expansive range to play with. So spend more time exploring your sound, and less time figuring out how to find it.