JOYO D-Seed Dual Channel Digital Delay Guitar Pedal
JOYO D-SEED Dual Channel Digital Delay Guitar Pedal
The D-SEED is a highly versatile, and great sounding Digital Delay Pedal with more options than most other delay pedals on the market. Not only presenting the player with different settings and modes, the pedal has a record function which allows you to set and store a second delay setting. An easy to control tap tempo function and channel selection rounds off the high level of functionality this pedal displays.
Adjustable 4 mode control
The D-SEED has 4 mode settings, Copy, Analogue delay, Modulation and the very cool Reverse. Simply choose a mode, then adjust the mix, time and feedback settings and you can create almost any style of delay sound to suit whatever style of music you play, whether its blues, Alt rock, country or psych.
- White colour with easily black Knobs
- Silver Channel select and Bypass switches
- Mix, Mode, Time and Feedback knobs
- 1/4 " jack input ,outputs and external interface
- LED active light
- 4 mode delay select
- Max Delay time: 5.94 Seconds
- Current Draw: 75mA
- Power: 9V DC adapter (not included)
- Weight: 500g
- Dimensions: 102(length) x 105 (width) x 50 (height) mm
Awesome..but don't tell anybody25 July 2017Well, great pedal great price. This pedal is fantastic and what a price. I have ditch my boss digital and vintage analogue pedals to have both in one pedal as well as tap tempo and some funky mod sounds..I have more room on my pedal board and have invested in another JOYO ..the tremolo which is as equally impressive. There are no slight or "what's that hum" noises as I thought might have been with a budget pedal and they look great too. I'm not an instructions person so went straight to youtube for some driving lessons and tips which there are plenty of. No 9 volt battery on the delay is a downer for some people but not for me, if fact I ordered a 8 plug daisy chain from swamp to accommodate more pedals from my power supply. I gig often and always get people checking out what pedals I use asking about my sound settings, not sure I want this secret out of the bag... lol..I'm now a JOYO fan....