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JOYO D-SEED Dual Channel Digital Delay Guitar Effect Pedal

D-seed - JOYO D-SEED Dual Channel Digital Delay Guitar Effect Pedal - Bass Effects by JOYO
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JOYO D-SEED Dual Channel Digital Delay Guitar Effect Pedal

 

JOYO D-SEED is a very flexible delay pedal, with build-in TAP Tempo function, which can be independently operated at any moment to change the delay time with ease.

The DSEED Delay has dual channels (presets); each can separately save its own chosen delay time, as well as other relevant parameters, so you have different delay effects to use with your playing when needed.

The maximum delay time of D-SEED is 6 seconds (under TAP TEMPO mode) meeting the requirement of most players. Four different types of delay effects of D-SEED: Restores your instrument's original sounds without any polishment. Provides you a warm imitate delay tones like earlier BBD delay pedals and it enables delay time to 6 seconds by aiding with digital technology. A delay tone with modulation and it is characterized by broad and rich sense of space, especially when playing clean tones. A very interesting effect and it reverses the delayed phase to create a very psychedelic feeling.

Four different types of delay effects of D-SEED:
COPY: Restores your instrument's original sounds without any polishment.
ANALOG: Provides you a warm delay tones like earlier BBD delay pedals and it enables delay time to 6 seconds by aiding with digital technology.
MODULATION: A delay tone with modulation, and it is characterized by broad and rich sense of space, especially when playing clean tones.
REVERSE: A very interesting effect and it reverses the delayed phase to create a very psychedelic trippy effect.

Features:
17ms-1000ms delay time.
TAP-TEMPO function. Just press the "TAP-TEMPO" button freely to set the delay time you want.
If under "TAP-TEMPO" mode, the delay time is automatically extended to the maximum 6000ms.
With dual-channel design, the parameters of each channel can be set and saved independently.
The parameters are saved automatically.
4 selectable delay modes: COPY, ANALOG, REVERSE, MODULATION.
Has an external trigger input, which allows external devices to switch the channel of D-SEED through this interface.

Specifications:
Maximum Current Consumption: 75mA@DC9V
Delay Effect Modes: 4 types
Maximum Delay Time: 5.94 seconds
Preset Tones: 2 Presets
Input Channels: Mono
Output Channels: Mono
Weight: 500g
Dimension: 102*50*105mm

Package included:
1 x JOYO D-SEED Effect Pedal
1 x User's manual

Here is a Short Demo of one of our favourite pedals from Henning.. then below that, see what Shane in Australia thinks too.


JOYO D SEED Guitar Effect Delay Demo



JOYO D SEED Guitar Effect Delay Demo



JOYO D SEED Guitar Effect Delay Demo

JOYO D SEED Guitar Effect Delay Demo




Reviews about JOYO D-SEED Dual Channel Digital Delay Guitar Effect Pedal
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Filip on 30/11/-0001
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I bought D-SEED 2 years ago because I wanted delay, and as this delay is offering 2 channels and 4 mods, it was must have.I'm using it every since and I'm happy with it.I've modified my footswitch 2 buttons, one for changing channels on my amp, other one I've connected to D-SEED, so it's easier to change channels.Only thing I don't like is when it's in bypass, you can't switch channels.
David Hunter on 30/11/-0001
4 reviews
Bought one of these when I first saw them, ended up with 2 on my pedal-board at one time as I need a few different delays during the course of a set. Very versatile, great price. All modes are useful, with only the reverse being less useful. An upgraded version 2 is rumoured which would be nice
Lincoln on 30/11/-0001
4 reviews
My first day pedal still one of my favourites! It is a great pedal with heaps of features and it sounds great! I use it almost always while playing live.
Guitar Man on 30/11/-0001
4 reviews
I bougth this baby as a backup digital delay but after playing a couples of hours it take place on my mine pedalboard. Great sounding pedal, nice features and usefull options. The dual channel is the best for on stage gigs.

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