I started my adventures in looping with this, it's pretty cool, you can have up to 23 seconds of delay and you can get asynchronous loops by switching memories to different loop lengths, at which point the old loop is frozen at its original length whilst the new one can be layered on top at whatever length the new loop time is set to, unfortunately when you change to the next loop length the first loop is dropped completely
hello said the new guy, I do have the DD-20, it has "foot pedal that are just about w-i-d-e enough for my EEEE to EEEEEE feet (think Yeti). it sits on a music stand because I refuse to bend over for art. The knobs are within reach. Pedals on the floor that need adjusting with ones hands are for me really a difficult arrangement when playing lap steel or key boards is not an option. The DD-20 is a very solid pedal and as many Boss pedals is bullet proof and sounds nice.
Post by douglasbaldwin on Oct 28, 2011 16:25:46 GMT
I've been using two DD-20s for about five years now. I find them really easy to use, and I find them quite clear and accurate in the un-effected settings (standard, pan, etc.) I tend not to use the "novelty" settings (tape, analog, warp, twist, etc.). My review of the DD-20 is on the Loopers Delight gear page.