DELAY PEDAL WIRING
BOSS - DD-8 | Digital Delay
• Mod—Digital delay with modulation added on the repeats. • Warp—Unique delay with expressive pedal control. Holding the pedal switch increases feedback and level, allowing you to create ambient swell effects. • GLT—Newly developed delay mode that creates glitchy machine-gun effects when the pedal switch is pressed.
Selected Schematics - DIYstompboxes
Just purchase some of them, if you look at the schematic and it looks intensive, then perhaps you should just buy the pedal. This goes for most delay type pedals unless you have a PCB. Hand-wiring is just not appropriate for complex circuits. There is a coolness factor that is the box and name alone.
Boss DM-2 Delay Guitar Pedal Schematic Diagram
Boss DM-2 Delay pedal schematic diagram. The Boss DM-2 analog delay pedal was sold from 1981 to 1984 and is still sought after thanks to its warm, natural sound. Produces a delay time ranging from 20 to 300 milliseconds, and has 3 knobs (Repeat Rate, Intensity and Echo).
BOSS - DD-7 | Digital Delay
Even with the best-selling delays in compact-pedal history, BOSS continues to push the envelope and innovate. The new DD-7 takes the best features from its predecessors and expands the creative potential with Modulation Delay mode, classic modeled Analog Delay mode, External pedal control options, longer delay time, and more.
PT2399 Digital Delay IC - DIY Audio Circuits
PT2399 Digital Delay IC The PT2399 is one of the most rewarding chips a DIYer can experiment with. A stock circuit from the datasheet can nearly complete a guitar pedal project, and there are load of other applications for projects that require an analog-sounding digital delay (more on this later).