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The Behringer Digital Delay DD600 effects pedal offers 11 different modes. The pedal with the past-the last 2 seconds of it, to be exact offers great echo. This pedal gives out an echo of every note you play on your guitar. It comes with seven delay modes to choose from. The DD600 also features a dedicated mode, delay time and feedback controls letting you customize delays as per your requirements.
The Delay offers echo effects that repeat the notes you play on your guitar. Each note becomes softer than the previous played one till the repeats are no longer audible. This brings out robust and thick notes that helps produce classic rockabilly or psychedelic rock rhythms.
This digital delay pedal offers 11 different modes to choose from. Experiment with a vast range of echoes to get your composition just right using the DD600. The 2-second memory or scale it back function offers a more abrupt echo. You can hold down on the pedal if you wish to record a two second loop and then it release continue playing. The first-class on/off switch, controls the incredible signal integrity in bypass mode. The LED shows when the device is on.
The DD600 features tons of flexibility to keep those creative tones flowing. It is built with high-quality components and has an exceptionally robust construction. This device gives your sound a transcendental twist making it sound better than ever. The amazing technology on this delay offers a 24-bit resolution that keeps sounding better every time. The DD600 is equipped with all the components and functions a modern artist demands in a digital delay pedal. Adding a Synthetic Echo to your Composition