StrymonDig Dual Digital Delay Pedal
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Strymon Dig Dual Digital Delay Pedal
The Dig dual digital delay, from Strymon, harkens back to the birth of digital delays in the 80s, but with improved modern technology. It contains two simultaneous delay lines that can be configured as pingpong, multitap, or syncopated types of delay patterns.
The development of digital FX units in the 80's lead to many new types of delays, with digital audio processing being clearer and cleaner than ever before. After thirty years of continual development, some people still find their favorite delays to be the classic 12-bit digital delay. Within the Dig, there are three different "eras" of digital delay one can explore, from slightly more Lo-Fi to extremely crystal clear delays.
- Two simultaneous, integrated delays, with unique digital rack delay voicings
- Five dual delay adjustment and tone shaping knobs: Time, Time 2, Mix, Mix 2, Repeats
- One modern and two classic digital delay voicings: 24/96, adm, 12 bit
- Five rhythmic subdivisions: Triplet, Eighth, Golden Ratio, Dotted Eighth, Dotted Quarter
- Three choices for delay line modulation: Off, Light, Deep
- Five “hidden” knobs for deep dual delay control: Delay 1 Subdivision, Sync/Free Mode, Filter, Config, Delay 2 Repeats
- Selectable Free Mode disables subdivisions and synchronization
- Press and hold Circular Repeats effect
- 20ms – 1.6s delay range (40ms – 3.2s with Half Note Delay 1 Subdivision)
- True Bypass (electromechanical relay switching)
- Selectable Trails Mode with high quality, transparent Analog Buffered Bypass mode
- 9V center negative DC power supply included, 250mA current draw
- Strong and lightweight anodized carnation pink chassis
- Designed and built in the USA
Effortlessly create your own world of intricate and synchronized echoes, along with hypnotic and atmospheric repeats that blur the line between delay and reverb. Stretch your sonic horizons with five musically satisfying rhythmic subdivisions and three dual delay routing options. Go from syncopated, pulsating delay patterns, to evocative, spaced-out echo trails all in a compact, pedalboard-friendly format.
All effects in this video were created using DIG.