Very good unit, very much worth the cash if you like your delay and don't want to shell out more than twice as much on the DL-4.
Price: $89.00 British pounds (new)
Features...well, actually, some might find this pedal hard to get with. 'Mix' gives the amount of volume, thus presense, of the delay. The 'Repeat' sets the amount of repeat time, and the 'Time' manually adjusts how fast/slow the delay pulses and eventually decays (you want to be careful adjusting this one at loud levels...it can sound pretty crazy, like a Motorbike starting up, a Police Car Siren and even those mad modulation sounds at the start of Dr. Who. I'm not joking).
There's more. The 'Mod', i.e. Modulation varies the set amount of effected modulation on each echo, which when you set the switch type to 'Tape' is vibrato, 'Digital' is Chorus and 'Analog' is Stutter. The switch in the corner means you can model tape, digital and analog delay. Finally, the knob in the corner actually changes between different types/styles of delay. On top of this, you've got tap tempo at your foot.
INSANE. As in, if you don't use this pedal properly, it will backfire if you leave it on repeat and manually adjust the time whilst switching between analog and tape. Very fun indeed. This can be your standard delay, or something completely unexpected.
I needed a good delay...what set this aside from the DD-6 Boss Digital Delay was the fact that it's got about 10,000 more options, sounds better and works out cheaper, although I got mine in the shop sale.
Not too easy, but not too hard...took me a while to work round the pedals options, but hey, once you've got it you've got it.
It's exceptionally heavy duty. Very Boss, which is good.