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FDP Forum / Home Recording Forum / Posting this here, because...well...it's a recording device more than a pedal. Boss DC-2W arri

reverendrob
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Oct 20th, 2018 01:23 AM   Edit   Profile  

Had one of the new DC-2W pedals for a couple days now - and well, it sounds damn close to the old ones I remember. That said, that's not why I wanted it.

Like the CE-2W, where I bought it for the CE-1 mode, I acquired the DC-2W for the SDD-320 mode, and having used a few in my travels....I can say that it nails those sounds hardcore.

It's a SUBTLE pedal (as were the original units and the SDD-320), more of a "make things sound better in the mix" than "this is making an effect you notice".

Not amazingly cheap, but compared to four figures for a SDD-320, I am happy.

Should you have used one or the plugins, this is a glorious little lavender stereo insert tool!

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