Roland DC30 analogue delay


The Roland DC30 Analogue Delay is a vintage-style delay pedal designed to emulate the sound of classic tape-based delays. It was used by many famous guitarists, including David Gilmour, Jimmy Page, and Eddie Van Halen.

The DC30 works by taking the incoming signal and splitting it into two paths. One path is sent directly to the output, while the other is sent through a series of delay chips. These chips create a delay effect by repeating the signal at a set time interval. The delay time can be adjusted from 20ms to 800ms, and the amount of repeats can be adjusted from one to four. The DC30 also features a modulation control, which adds a chorus-like effect to the delay. Finally, the DC30 has a level control, which allows you to adjust the volume of the delayed signal.

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