Boss DE-200 Digital Delay #2


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In really excellent condition, with original rack ears. Vintage Digital Delay from Boss / Roland. A partner to the wonderful CE-300 Super Chorus, the DE-200 Digital Delay is a characterful early-digital device similar to the Lexicon PCM-41, and Deltalab Effectron

The DE-200 has the typical X2 button which doubles delay time at the expense of bandwidth. This sounds like a bad idea but, in practice, the resulting low-pass filtering sounds great and is a key part of the attraction of these early digital units. Like the Effectron, the DE-200 has a sampling feature which will loop a section of audio

The DE-200 will go into oscillation at maximum feedback, giving the opportunity for great dub effects. It’s a a bit of a sleeper, the DE-200 – quite rare in the UK, it sounds awesome. It’s the first I’ve had and I love it!

In excellent, vintage condition with a tiny bit of rack rash on the aluminium rack ears. The front panel is super-tidy, all-original and will look great in a rack. Partner it with CE-300 for maximum effect!

Tested & working 100%. Supplied with specific 2-pin power connector & cable – 220 Volt unit for UK / EU. Photos show the unit for sale

Analogue Chorus using Bucket Brigade Devices (BBD). Inputs & outputs are on jack sockets and are duplicated on the front panel

Standard 1U device

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In very good used condition for a piece of vintage kit with minor case marks and the usual paint chips on the original aluminium rack ears. The plastic front panel is in very good condition for a vintage unit. Knobs & connectors are all original

Tested & working 100%. Photos show the item for sale