- Published: 17 July 2019 17 July 2019
New Digital Delay Modules!
Previously we announced our first Digital Delay module configuration, the Ocean Blue. Today we announce four additional Digital Delay modules: The DD, DD Plus, DD Deluxe, and DD Super Deluxe.
Our design for the Digital Delay module allows a wide choice of features and configurations to be selected. These new configurations, as well as the previously-released Ocean Blue configuration, are “standard” configurations that you can choose, or you can choose one of those configurations as a starting point for your own custom configuration.
These delays are based on the popular PT2399 digital delay chip. The PT2399 isn’t an expensive, high-end, crystal-clear chip like those found in proprietary brands of high-end digital delays. Like the old analog BBD delays it emulates, it comes with a bit of noise and even distortion depending on your control settings. It can be a relatively clean delay, but not pristine. Repeats will usually get progressively dirtier with many settings. There are many features available, including your choice of tone stacks, tails, tap tempo, max delay time, and modulation. We offer a large number of features and options so that you can select just the ones you prefer, or create a more versatile delay with lots of controls. With that many options, configs can get pricey, or even difficult to price. The configuration and option prices should help, but we may be able to help keep things affordable if it gets out of hand. These delays aren’t really intended to compare directly to any specific pedals. However, there are a number of PT2399-based delays available, which will be roughly comparable.
All the details can be found at Digital Delay