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Boss SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay – New Boss Phaser Stereo Delay Guitar Effect Pedal

£488.00

The Boss SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay is an exciting new entry to Boss FX lineup one that Van Halen fans everywhere will love! This pedal is a faithful reproduction of Eddies famous dual Roland SDE-3000 setup complete with his iconic EVH stripes and loaded with his presets. With one input and three outputs this pedal…

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The Boss SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay is in New condition and made by Boss , it is a great Phaser Stereo Delay Guitar Effect Pedal – The Boss SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay is an exciting new entry to Boss FX lineup one that Van Halen fans everywhere will love! This pedal is a faithful reproduction of Eddies famous dual Roland SDE-3000 setup complete with his iconic EVH stripes and loaded with his presets. With one input and three outputs this pedal provides a rare three-amp setup that is perfect for those who want to recreate Eddies spatial delay sound. The selectable Return Impedance ensures that you can match the pedal to your amplifier for optimal sound quality. But the SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay isnt just about Eddies sound. It also includes all of the features of the original SDE-3000 in a compact floor pedal format. That includes a widely adjustable delay time of 0 ? 3000ms characteristic modulation and phase switches for Delay and Delay feedback sound. Youll also get stereo in/out configuration as well as TRS MIDI in/out. And with switchable internal series and parallel chains and 100 memories to save and recall your own custom settings its simply perfect for any musician who wants to experiment with different delay sounds or wants to nail Eddie Van Halens iconic tone. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 488 Unmatched sound quality Get ready to experience unparalleled sound quality with the special edition dual delay pedal jointly developed by EVH and BOSS. This pedal is based on the legendary Roland SDE-3000 rackmount digital delay from the 1980s which has been used by some of the greatest guitarists of all time – including the master himself! The EVH Dual Delay includes eight presets with the exact settings from the two SDE-3000 delays in Eddie Van Halen’s live rig. These EVH presets are locked internally but allow for output level adjustments giving you complete control over your sound. The versatile connectivity of this pedal lets you create an EVH wet/dry/wet rig and integrate with various mono and stereo setups making it perfect for any modern setup. Characterful modulation The SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay offers a distinctive modulation effect inspired by the original circuit design. This characterful modulation adds depth and dimension to your delay sound providing a vintage touch that harks back to the glory days of rock and roll. With each of the two delays featuring widely adjustable delay time with two range settings of 0–1500 ms and 0–3000 ms you can easily customise the modulation effect according to your preference. Additionally you get phase switches for the primary delay and delay feedback loop which further enhances the modulation effect and adds a unique flavour to your guitar tone. Selectable series or parallel operation The SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay allows you to operate the two delays in either series or parallel mode. In series mode the output of Delay 1 feeds into the input of Delay 2 creating a cascading effect that produces a richer more complex delay sound. This mode is ideal for creating atmospheric soundscapes and ambient textures. On the other hand in parallel mode both delays operate independently allowing you to blend their outputs to create a wider stereo image. This mode is great for producing a classic stereo delay sound similar to what Eddie Van Halen used on stage. Adjustable Noise Suppressor and assignable footswitch controls The SDE-3000EVH Dual Digital Delay comes with an adjustable noise suppressor that helps eliminate unwanted noise and hum from your guitar signal. This feature ensures that your delay sound remains clean and clear even at high gain settings allowing you to focus on your playing without any distractions. In addition the pedal features assignable onboard footswitch controls that allow you to customise your delay sound. The tap tempo function lets you set the delay time by tapping on the footswitch while the hold function allows you to capture and repeat a fragment of your playing for a unique effect. You can also assign other functions to the footswitch such as preset switching or bypassing the pedal giving you complete control over your sound. Furthermore the pedal provides jacks for extended operation with up to four footswitches two expression pedals or the GA-FC/GA-FC EX foot controller allowing you to expand your setup and create a truly personalised rig. Specifications General Sampling Frequency: 48 kHz AD Conversion: 24 bits + AF method DA Conversion: 32 bits Processing: 32-bit floating point Memory: 100 Input/Output Nominal Input Level: INPUT MONO INPUT L/MONO and RETURN/INPUT R: -10 dBu Maximum Input Level: INPUT MONO INPUT L/MONO and RETURN/INPUT R: +12 dBu Input Impedance: INPUT MONO INPUT L/MONO and RETURN/INPUT R: 1 M ohm Nominal Output Level: OUTPUT (DIRECT EFX L EFX R) OUTPUT (L/MONO R) and SEND: -10 dBu Output Impedance: OUTPUT (DIRECT EFX L EFX R) OUTPUT (L/MONO R) and SEND: 1 k ohm Recommended Load Impedance: OUTPUT (DIRECT EFX L EFX R) OUTPUT (L/MONO R) and SEND: 10 k ohms or greater Controls TIME button FEEDBACK button OUT button RATE button DEPTH button 1-4 buttons BANK A/B button EVH button LEFT button RIGHT button FILTER button TIME×2 button DELAY PHASE button MOD button FEEDBACK PHASE button DIGITAL DELAY1 button DIGITAL DELAY2 button SETUP button DDL1 switch DDL2 switch TAP/CTL1 switch GND LIFT switch RETURN IMPEDANCE switch Miscellaneous Display: 7 segments 12 digits LED Connectors: INPUT MONO jack INPUT L/MONO jack OUTPUT (DIRECT EFX L EFX R) jacks OUTPUT (L/MONO R) jacks SEND jack RETURN/INPUT R jack: 1/4-inch phone type; CTL23/EXP1 jack CTL45/EXP2/GA-FC jack: 1/4-inch TRS phone type; MIDI (IN OUT) jacks: Stereo miniature phone type; USB port: USB Type-C(R); DC IN jack Power Supply: AC adaptor Current Draw: 450 mA Dimensions: 199 (W) x 135 (D) x 54 (H) mm (including rubber foot) Weight: 1.1 kg / 2 lbs 7 oz Accessories: AC adaptor (PSB-1U + AC Cord Set) GND LIFT CABLE x 3 STARTUP GUIDE Leaflet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” Leaflet “USAGE OF GND LIFT CABLE” Rubber foot x 4 Options (sold separately): Footswitch: FS-5U FS-5L; Dual footswitch: FS-6 FS-7; Expression Pedal: Roland EV-5 EV-30 FV-500L FV-500H; Foot Controller :GA-FC GA-FC EX; MIDI/TRS connecting cable: BMIDI-5-35 BMIDI-1-35 BMIDI-2-35 BCC-1-3535 BCC-2-3535

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Boss is a prominent manufacturer of guitar effects pedals, multi-effects units, and related musical equipment, known for their durability, reliability, and wide range of effects. Founded in 1973 as a division of the Roland Corporation, Boss quickly became synonymous with high-quality effects pedals that are popular among guitarists and musicians worldwide.

Boss pedals are renowned for their rugged construction, intuitive controls, and signature sound quality. The company offers a comprehensive lineup of effects pedals covering various categories, including distortion, overdrive, delay, modulation, and more. Iconic pedals like the DS-1 Distortion, the DS-2 Turbo Distortion, the DD-3 Digital Delay, and the MT-2 Metal Zone have become staples on countless pedalboards due to their versatility and reliability.

In addition to individual pedals, Boss also produces multi-effects units, loopers, tuners, and accessories designed to meet the needs of modern guitarists and musicians. Their multi-effects units, such as the GT-1000 series, offer a wide range of effects and amp modeling capabilities in a single unit, providing players with a compact and convenient solution for achieving a variety of tones.

With a legacy of innovation and a commitment to quality, Boss continues to be a trusted name in the world of guitar effects, inspiring musicians to explore new sonic possibilities and express themselves creatively.

  • Delay
  • A delay pedal is a type of guitar effects pedal used to create echoes or repetitions of the original guitar signal. It achieves this by capturing the input signal, delaying it by a specified amount of time, and then playing it back. Delay pedals are versatile tools that can add depth, dimension, and ambience to guitar tones, and they are widely used across various music genres, from rock and blues to ambient and experimental.

    Here are the key features and functions of a delay pedal:

    1. **Delay Time**: This control adjusts the amount of time between the original signal and the delayed signal. Longer delay times result in more pronounced echoes, while shorter delay times produce tighter, slapback-style effects.

    2. **Feedback (or Regeneration)**: The feedback control determines the number of repeats or echoes produced by the delay pedal. Increasing the feedback setting results in multiple repeats, creating a cascading effect of echoes. Careful adjustment of the feedback control allows you to dial in the desired amount of repetition without overwhelming the original signal.

    3. **Mix (or Blend)**: The mix control adjusts the balance between the original (dry) signal and the delayed (wet) signal. Higher mix settings emphasize the delayed signal, while lower mix settings maintain the clarity and integrity of the original signal. This control allows you to blend the delayed signal with the dry signal to achieve the desired balance and level of effect.

    4. **Tap Tempo**: Some delay pedals feature a tap tempo function that allows you to set the delay time by tapping a button in rhythm with the music. This feature is particularly useful for synchronizing the delay effect with the tempo of a song or performance.

    5. **Modulation**: Many delay pedals include modulation controls that add modulation effects, such as chorus or vibrato, to the delayed signal. Modulation can add warmth, depth, and movement to the delay effect, creating a more immersive and dynamic sound.

    Delay pedals offer several creative uses and applications for guitarists:

    – **Spatial Effects**: By adjusting the delay time, feedback, and mix controls, delay pedals can create spacious, atmospheric effects that simulate the sound of a room, hall, or cavern. These effects add depth and dimension to guitar tones, creating a sense of space and ambience.

    – **Rhythmic Patterns**: By syncing the delay time with the tempo of a song using tap tempo or preset rhythmic subdivisions, delay pedals can produce rhythmic patterns and textures that enhance the groove and feel of a performance.

    – **Texture and Movement**: By introducing modulation effects to the delayed signal, delay pedals can add texture, movement, and character to guitar tones. Modulated delays create swirling, shimmering effects that enrich the sound and captivate the listener’s ear.

    Overall, delay pedals are versatile tools that offer a wide range of creative possibilities for guitarists. Whether used subtly to add depth and ambience or used more prominently to create rhythmic patterns and textures, delay pedals can enhance your guitar tone and inspire new musical ideas.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
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  • Phaser
  • A phaser is a type of guitar effects pedal that creates a swirling, sweeping sound by modulating the phase of the audio signal. It works by splitting the incoming signal into two paths, shifting the phase of one path, and then recombining them. This creates peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum, resulting in a distinctive, “phasing” effect characterized by moving notches in the frequency response.

    Here’s how a phaser pedal typically works and some common features:

    1. **Rate**: The rate control adjusts the speed at which the phase-shifting effect oscillates. Increasing the rate produces faster modulation, creating a more pronounced swirling effect, while decreasing the rate slows down the modulation for a smoother, more subtle effect.

    2. **Depth**: The depth control adjusts the intensity or depth of the phase-shifting effect. Higher depth settings result in more pronounced peaks and troughs in the frequency response, while lower settings produce a more subtle modulation.

    3. **Feedback (or Regeneration)**: Some phaser pedals feature a feedback control that determines the amount of modulated signal fed back into the effect. Increasing the feedback creates more pronounced peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum, resulting in a more intense and resonant phasing effect.

    4. **Stages**: Phasers typically have multiple stages (usually four, six, or eight), each of which contributes to the overall phase-shifting effect. More stages generally result in a more complex and textured phasing sound.

    5. **Sweep (or Manual)**: The sweep control adjusts the center frequency of the phase-shifting effect. This allows you to focus the phasing effect on specific frequency ranges, altering the tonal character of the modulation.

    6. **Resonance (or Feedback)**: Some phaser pedals feature a resonance control that emphasizes the peaks and troughs in the frequency response, creating a more pronounced and resonant effect. This control can add richness and depth to the phasing sound.

    Phaser pedals are commonly used in various music genres, including rock, funk, and psychedelic music, to add movement, depth, and texture to guitar tones. They can be used to create swirling, swirling effects on rhythm parts, add dynamics to lead lines, or create atmospheric textures for ambient music. Overall, phaser pedals offer guitarists a versatile tool for shaping their tone and adding expressive modulation effects to their playing.

  • Stereo
  • Stereo effect pedals are guitar effects pedals that process the guitar signal in stereo, providing a wider and more immersive sound experience compared to mono effects pedals. These pedals split the guitar signal into two independent channels—left and right—and apply effects separately to each channel. Stereo effects pedals can create spatial effects, enhance the stereo image, and add depth and dimension to the guitar tone. Here are some common types of stereo effect pedals:

    1. **Stereo Reverb**: Stereo reverb pedals generate reverberation effects in stereo, simulating the acoustic reflections and ambience of various spaces. Stereo reverb pedals can create lush, expansive reverb tails that spread across the stereo field, adding depth and dimension to the guitar tone.

    2. **Stereo Delay**: Stereo delay pedals produce delay effects in stereo, with separate delay lines for the left and right channels. Stereo delay pedals can create intricate rhythmic patterns, ping-pong delays that bounce between the left and right channels, and spatial effects that enhance the stereo image.

    3. **Stereo Chorus**: Stereo chorus pedals modulate the guitar signal in stereo, creating rich, swirling modulation effects. Stereo chorus pedals can produce wide, shimmering textures that move across the stereo field, adding depth and movement to the guitar tone.

    4. **Stereo Phaser**: Stereo phaser pedals modulate the phase of the guitar signal in stereo, producing sweeping, swirling effects. Stereo phaser pedals can create dynamic stereo modulation effects that move back and forth between the left and right channels, enhancing the stereo image and spatial dimension.

    5. **Stereo Flanger**: Stereo flanger pedals modulate the guitar signal in stereo, producing jet-like, sweeping modulation effects. Stereo flanger pedals can create dramatic stereo sweeps and whooshing sounds that pan across the stereo field, adding movement and depth to the guitar tone.

    6. **Stereo Tremolo**: Stereo tremolo pedals modulate the volume of the guitar signal in stereo, producing rhythmic amplitude modulation effects. Stereo tremolo pedals can create pulsating, stereo tremolo effects that move between the left and right channels, adding rhythmic movement and spatial dynamics.

    7. **Stereo Modulation Multi-Effects**: Some multi-effects pedals feature stereo modulation effects, combining multiple stereo effects such as reverb, delay, chorus, phaser, and flanger in a single unit. These pedals offer a wide range of stereo modulation options and can create complex, layered soundscapes with enhanced stereo imaging.

    Stereo effect pedals are popular among guitarists seeking to create expansive, immersive soundscapes and enhance their overall tone with spatial effects. Whether used in stereo amplifier setups, stereo pedalboard configurations, or stereo recording environments, stereo effect pedals can add depth, dimension, and movement to the guitar tone, enriching the listening experience for both players and audiences.

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