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BOSS DD-200 Digital Delay Best Guitar Effects Pedal with 12 Delay Modes Modern Digital to Classic Analog


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With the 200 series, BOSS introduces a new generation of pedals that pack advanced sound and versatility into a streamlined size that saves space on your board. Grab-and-go controls and multi-function switches make operation easy and intuitive, while onboard memories allow you to store multiple setups for instant recall. All 200 series pedals feature premium audio quality with 32-bit internal processing and offer support for external control via footswitches, an expression pedal, or MIDI.

The DD-200 Digital Delay brings together sounds and features inherited from the flagship DD-500 into an even smaller footprint. Twelve different modes offer an inspiring variety of delay colors from modern digital to classic analog, letting you dial up everything from basic echoes to rich ambient pads and everything in-between. There's also a looper that's always ready to use, plus a selectable carryover function for seamless transitions between memories.

Version 1.1 Update: User Memory Expansion

The free Version 1.1 software update brings increased flexibility to the BOSS 200 series, greatly expanding the onboard memory capacity for storing and recalling sounds. There are now 128 user setups available. Setups can also be recalled directly via MIDI program change.

The Version 1.1 update is available in the Downloads section for each 200 series pedal.

- Class-leading sound quality with 32-bit AD/DA, 32-bit floating point processing, and 96 kHz sampling rate
- Twelve versatile modes provide a wide range of delay types
- Fast, easy operation with hands-on controls
- Access 128 user setups from the panel or MIDI program change
- Recall consecutive memories plus real-time panel setting via footswitch or dedicated panel button
- Phrase looper with up to 60 seconds of recording time
- Panel Lock function disables controls to prevent unwanted changes
- Customizable multi-function footswitches for bypass, tap tempo, memory selection, looper control, and more
- Support for expanded control via external footswitches, an expression pedal, or MIDI
- Full MIDI I/O provided with mini TRS jacks (BMIDI-5-35 adaptor cable available separately)
- Micro USB jack for firmware updates
- Analog dry through and buffered bypass
- Runs on PSA-series AC adaptor or three AA-size batteries

Twelve Modes, Unlimited Sounds
With 12 different modes to choose from, the DD-200 provides nearly any flavor of delay in an amazingly compact size. At your command are super-clean digital delays, gritty analog echoes, and spot-on retro sounds from the Roland RE-201 Space Echo and Binson Echorec 2. There's also a variety of options for creating reverse effects, lo-fi tones, and pulsing rhythmic sounds with layered delays. And with the Tera Echo, Shimmer, and Pad Echo modes, immersive ambient colors are just a knob twist away.

Dial in Sounds Fast
The DD-200 features a no-nonsense interface, making it easy to craft inspiring sounds in the heat of the moment. Essential delay parameters are provided on dedicated controls for direct, hands-on access. And in each mode, the function of the PARAM knob changes to parameters tailored for the selected type, delivering extended control with no need to menu dive.

Save and Recall Your Favorite Setups
The DD-200 features 127 user memories plus a real-time panel setting, giving you 128 total setups to choose from. Any range of consecutive memories and the panel setting can be assigned for scrolling access from a footswitch. It's also possible to limit the scrolling range or assign memories directly for even faster recall. If you crave deeper control, setups can be directly recalled via program change messages from an external MIDI device. And by enabling the carryover function, delay repeats will keep sounding as you change memories for smooth, free-flowing transitions.

Deep Real-Time Control
By default, the DD-200's multi-function footswitches provide access to basic functions like bypass, memory scrolling, tap tempo, and looper control. But you can easily reassign them to hold, warp, and many other functions. External control is also possible via footswitches or an expression pedal, and MIDI I/O is even provided on space-saving mini TRS jacks. Via MIDI, you're able to chain multiple 200 series pedals and select memories on all of them at once, and also control a wide range of functions from MIDI devices like the ES-8 and ES-5 effects switchers.

Ready-to-Go Looper
Any time you're ready, pressing the DD-200's two footswitches together puts you into looper mode. Up to 60 seconds of mono recording time is available, and operation is simple and direct with the onboard switches. And since the looper engine functions independently, you're able to develop expressive loops with any of the DD-200's rich delay sounds.

DD-200 Delay Modes
• Standard-Clear digital delay. PARAM adjusts the delay attack.
• Analog-Emulates classic analog "BBD" delays like the BOSS DM series. PARAM controls character and distortion amount.
• Tape-Emulates the warm tape-based sound of the legendary Roland RE-201 Space Echo. PARAM selects different combinations of three playback heads, and also adjusts the amount of distortion in the delay sound.
• Drum-Models the drum-based Binson Echorec 2. PARAM selects different combinations of four playback heads, and also adjusts the amount of distortion in the delay sound.
• Shimmer-Pitch-shifted delay for lush, heavenly textures. PARAM adjusts the delay brightness.
• Tera Echo-Spacious, animated ambience effect derived from the BOSS TE-2 pedal. PARAM adjusts the sound character.
• Pad Echo-Newly developed delay sound for creating drifting ambient textures. PARAM adjusts the delay attack.
• Pattern-Rhythmic sounds with 16 delay lines layered together. PARAM selects different pattern variations.
• Lo-Fi-Delay sound with fat, distorted character. PARAM adjusts the distortion effect.
• Dual-Two different delay lines connected in series. PARAM adjusts the time of the second delay.
• Reverse-Backwards delay for cool psychedelic effects and other unique tones. PARAM adjusts the delay attack.
• Ducking-Delay with a built-in ducking effect. PARAM adjusts the input sensitivity.

*The product names mentioned on this page are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners. These names are used because it is the most practical way of describing the sounds that are simulated.




1. Can I change the display from bpm to ms on the BOSS DD-200?

  • Yes. The display can be changed by pressing the time knob.

2. Can I use an expression pedal with the BOSS DD-200?

  • Yes. The BOSS DD-200 has an expression pedal input.

3. Does the delay output get cut off or does it decay when you change to bypass the BOSS DD-200?

  • You can do both. The BOSS DD-200 can be set to carry over by turning on "Cry". You can turn it on or off and save the changes on the preset.

4. Does the BOSS DD-200 come with a power supply?

  • No.

5. Is the BOSS DD-200 a two-pedal looper?

  • No. The two footswitches have different functions. The left is for turning on/off the delay while the right is for switching between "memory/tap" mode.

6. Does the BOSS DD-200 work on nylon guitars?

  • Yes. The guitar should have a pickup and an audio jack to connect with.

7. Can I get only the wet signal out of the BOSS DD-200?

  • Yes. The BOSS DD-200 has an "E.Level" knob that allows you to control the dryness/wetness of the signal. The BOSS DD-200 does not have a separate FX and dry output.

8. Does the looper on the BOSS DD-200 have a decay effect?

  • No. The BOSS DD-200 only has a basic looper function.

9. What is the difference between the BOSS DD-200 and the DD-8?

  • The BOSS DD-200 is an upgrade from the DD-8. It has more features/options available and is much easier to use. You can use both to get a double-delay sound. The DD-200 also has “Tera Echo” which is not available in the DD-8.

10. Can I connect a MIDI to the BOSS DD-200?

  • Yes. You need a 3.5mm TRS midi cable.

11. Does the BOSS DD-200 have a "Kill Dry" feature?

  • Yes.

12. Can I get a chorus effect on the BOSS DD-200 pedal?

  • Yes. In standard mode, you can set it to get a fast modulated repeat that causes the comb filtering on a chorus. You can be creative in using the BOSS DD-200.

13. Can I get a flanger effect on the BOSS DD-200?

  • Yes. You can get a flanger/phaser sound by reducing the delay time on analog mode.

14. Does the BOSS DD-200 have a warm mode like the DD-8?

  • No, but you can adjust the settings to get a similar sound.

15. Can the BOSS DD-200 do stereo effects such as panning?

  • Yes. The BOSS DD-200 has two stereo outputs and can be set to pan and ping pong.

16. How many presets can I put in the memory bank on the BOSS DD-200?

  • 128. It could be increased on the more recent firmware updates.

17. Does the BOSS DD-200 thin out the tone?

  • No.


  • Sampling Frequency: 96 kHz
  • AD/DA Conversion: 32 bits
  • Processing: 32-bit floating point
  • Memory: 127 + Manual
  • Nominal Input Level: INPUT A/MONO, B: -10 dBu
  • Maximum Input Level: INPUT A/MONO, B: +7 dBu
  • Input Impedance: INPUT A/MONO, B: 2 M ohm
  • Nominal Output Level: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: -10 dBu
  • Maximum Output Level: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: +7 dBu
  • Output Impedance: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: 1 k ohms
  • Recommended Load Impedance: OUTPUT A/MONO, B: 10 k ohms or greater
  • Bypass: Buffered bypass
  • Controls: ON/OFF switch, MEMORY/TAP switch, MODE knob, TIME knob, FEEDBACK knob, E. LEVEL Knob, PARAM knob, TONE knob, MOD DEPTH knob, TAP DIVISION button, MEMORY button
  • Display: 7 segments, 3 characters (LED)
  • Indicator: TAP DIVISION indicator, MEMORY (MAN, 1--4) indicators
  • Connectors: INPUT (A/MONO, B) jacks, OUTPUT (A/MONO, B) jacks: 1/4-inch phone type; CTL 1, 2/EXP jack: 1/4-inch TRS phone type; MIDI (IN, OUT) jacks: Stereo miniature phone type; DC IN jack; USB port: USB micro B-type (program update only)
  • Power Supply: Alkaline battery (AA, LR6) x 3, AC adaptor (sold separately)
  • Current Draw: 225 mA
  • Expected Battery Life Under Continuous Use: Alkaline; Approx. 4 Hours; *These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use.
  • Accessories: Owner's Manual; Leaflet "USING THE UNIT SAFELY"; Alkaline battery (AA, LR6) x 3;
  • Rubber foot x 4
  • Options (sold separately): AC adaptor: PSA-S series; Footswitch: FS-5U; Dual footswitch: FS-6, FS-7; Expression pedal: FV-500H, FV-500L, EV-30, Roland EV-5; MIDI/TRS connecting cable: BMIDI-5-35, BMIDI-1-35, BMIDI-2-35, BCC-1-3535; BCC-2-3535

Size & Weight

  • Width: 101 mm (4 inches)
  • Depth: 138 mm (5-7/16 inches)
  • Height: 63 mm (2-1/2 inches)
  • Height (including rubber foot): 65 mm (2-9/16 inches)
  • Weight: 610 g (1 lb 6 oz)
  • Weight (including battery): 680 g (1 lb 8 oz)

*0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms
*The specifications are subject to change without notice.

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