BossDM-2W Waza Craft Analog Delay Pedal
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Boss DM-2W Waza Craft Analog Delay Pedal
Boss’s DM-2W is a reanimated version of their acclaimed (but long dead) DM-2 analog delay. Not content to serve as a mere emulation, DM-2W enjoys upgraded BBD technology that removes the clock noise that plagued its ancestor. There’s also a Custom mode that doubles the overall delay time, kicking it up to 800ms. Additional features include split outputs for separate direct and delay sounds, and an expression pedal input for succinct control.
- Updated version of renowned DM-2 analog delay
- Redesigned BBD circuitry reduces clock noise while preserving tone
- Standard mode facilitates dark delay sound of DM-2
- Custom mode doubles the delay time while preserving clarity
- Split output
- Expression pedal input
- Dimensions: 2.4 x 2.9 x 5.1"
- Power Specs: 9VDC Center Negative (PSU not included)
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