The new Mooer D7 x2 Stereo Delay takes the format of their popular D7 mini-multi-delay and expands it inside a compact case, gifting it with twice as many ins/outs, modes and footswitches, and a few other features.
The 5 knob layout and 7 preset system are identical to its predecessor, including the two, mode dependent “Tweak” knobs, but the two footswitches allow for easier preset navigation, while the left footswitch doubles as a Tap Tempo trigger.
While the mini D7 packed 7 delay algorithms, its x2 brother multiplies that number again by two: 14 modes – here’s the list:
Each mode can be stored in a favorite mode that can be recalled as a preset. Simultaneously pressing the TAP and BYPASS switches turn on Preset Rolling Mode to switch between saved presets easily.
Here’s the launch video of the Mooer D7 X2 Stereo Multi-Delay – a pedal we added to our article about the Best Multi-Delay Pedals.
The first pedal to get the X2 treatment is the D7 X2 Delay Pedal. With the 14 high-quality delay effects, this pedal features more than double the effects of its skinnier brother, the D7 Delay, while also adding stereo inputs and outputs. The array of delay effects in the D7 X2 have a wide range from classic analog and tape delays to more modern and experimental delays such as “Low-Bit”, “Galaxy”, and “PingPong”. Adjustable parameters are different based on each effect and can be customized with the Tweak 1 and Tweak 2 knobs. Additional parameters can be adjusted by using the MIX, TIME, and FEEDBACK knobs. Timing of each delay can be adjusted with the TIME knob or by using the TAP TEMPO footswitch for quick adjustments on the fly.