Choose your classic digital delay character
With three distinct digital delay voicings onboard, the Strymon DIG offers you a ton of character to choose from. When digital delay really took off in the ’80s, there were several rival technologies. The DIG’s ADM (Adaptive Delta Modulation) and 12-bit PCM modes capture the two most prominent of these sounds, allowing you to perfectly re-create classic digital delay types. There’s also a pristine and highly dynamic modern 24-bit/96kHz delay onboard, and when you stack up two delay engines – configurable in series, parallel, or ping-pong arrangements – and add delay line modulation, you can conjure up decades of iconic effects.
From the colorful nuances of ’80s adaptive delta modulation to the pristine dynamics of modern 24-bit/96kHz DSP, Strymon’s DIG Digital Delay puts generations of rich echo effects on your pedalboard. Inside the DIG pedal, there’s a full Analog Devices SHARC DSP chip, and the powerful algorithms onboard make full use of its capabilities to generate a pair of phenomenally detailed and flexible delay engines. From cascading serial delay lines to exciting rhythmical ping-pong delays, everything you need to add dimension and energy to your guitar, keyboard, or other instrument is onboard the DIG.