DigiTech DigiDelay

Single-Effect Pedal

Made by DigiTech

Description Packs some cool sounding delays, plus a loop setting, which is really cool.
Posted By Keith Deuser (2686)
Directory Equipment: Effects
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Overall Rating: 4.8 (of 5)
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On 7/22/2006, Jason Davis (60) posted:
Overall Rating:
Excellent pedal, worth the money, thickens up leads real nice.
Price: $100.00 (new)
Where Obtained: guitar center
Features:
7 modes---(1,2,3 digital delays of different intervals) (4 tape echo) (5 chorus echo) (6 reverse delay) (7 loop mode)get the AC adapter for it cause it sucks the life out of expensive 9 volt batteries
Sound Quality:
Great effects unit, not only a straight delay, but emulates an echo chamber pretty closely. chorus echo is real cool for making clean stuff sound a lot bigger and cooler. reverse delay is cool, but i cant really find a use for it musically BUT you can plug a cd player in there and if theres backwards messages in there, it can reverse like little 4 second bits of the clip. way cool. loop is cool, but its only a 4 second loop, and thats not much of a rhythm to practice solos over. dont buy it for the loop
Ease of Use:
Way easy to use, awesome sound, great compared to other delay units. Digitech X series pedals are about the best pedals around. isnt just a guitar effect, works well with keyboard and bass as well. I can finally play the intro to Baba O'Riley :)
Durability:
Good construction, dont have to have any screws or screwdrivers to change batteries. just poke the end of the cable into the hole in the side, and it pops up. one complaint, is that from a lot of stepping on it, it sometimes takes a few stomps to get the effect to click on or off.
On 1/26/2005, John Boogher (432) posted:
Overall Rating:
A very good and plenty capable unit. If you're looking at boss you should definitely consider this too.
Model Year: 2004
Price: $99.99 (new)
Where Obtained: Sam Ash
Features:
It has 4 switches: level, repeats, time and mode. The modes are:10-250 MS, .25-1 sec, 1-4 sec, tape, chorus delay, reverse delay, and an editable 4-sec loop. It has stereo output which is a lot of fun to use to ping back and forth.
Sound Quality:
There is no sound/tone loss that I can detect. It has everything that you would expect from a $100 unit.
Ease of Use:
Very, very simple to use- just set the time and repeats to your liking. I recommend a level of about half way and certainly no more than 3/4.
Durability:
Very sturdy- you can feel its heft in your hand.
On 1/25/2005, Jeremy Cotton (7938) posted:
Overall Rating:
Reasonable price, nice unit.
Price: $89.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Ebay
Features:
A prety versatile digital delay unit. What sets it apart is it's tap tempo feature.
Durability:
Unit seems solid- is used 1-2 times per week, no failures yet!
On 1/23/2005, Keith Deuser (2686) posted:
Overall Rating:
I've looked at other pedals, and this pedal has the most features for the price. I use delay all the time. This pedal gets the job done, and more.
Price: $100.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
Features:
It has every feature needed to get the right delay sound for you. I can make the delay so short, it almost sounds like reverb, and I can get 4 second delays! also has tape delay, chorus delay, reverse delay, and tap tempo setting. has just about everything you could ask for in a delay pedal.
Sound Quality:
The sound quality on this thing is GREAT! It's just all-around superb
Ease of Use:
Easy, it's a stompbox.
Durability:
Built like a boss, I haven't had any problems with it.