It?s back. It only took 30 years ? but it?s here. The Waza Craft BOSS DC-2W Dimension C is an all analog, recreation of the elusive BOSS DC-2 pedal. The DC-2 was only manufactured during four short years and delivered a one of a kind chorus effect.
You?ll be able to affirm its towering reputation as soon as you hear it. The organic width and depth gives you an instantly luscious sound.
Waza Craft didn?t stop there though. In the same pedal you also get the SDD-320 Dimension D. The chorus/stereo widener rack effect that almost every engineer wishes they had. All you have to do is flick a switch to pick between the two.
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All analog circuitry. Crafted in Japan by BOSS's Waza division. The BOSS DC-2W chorus pedal gives you the choice of two independent circuits. Originally debuting in the SDD-320 Dimension D as a rack effect, it became the producer’s secret weapon. Capable of acting like a chorus effect or as a stereo widener when dialled backed, it just made everything sound ‘better’. The DC-2 was the pedal built to put that effect in a compact footprint.
Expanding the width and depth of your sound. The Dimension effect is controlled by four buttons. Its simplicity is a blessing. Moving from one up to four, you increase the size of the Dimension effect.
However, just because there’s only four buttons. Does not mean you just get four sounds. In both DC-2 and DD-320 modes, you can press two buttons at the same time to get those ‘in-between’ sounds. Giving you a total of 20 different variations. You can even use it in both mono and stereo.
The Dimension circuitry was and is quite sophisticated. In the Waza Craft DC-2W, it is faithfully recreated. You get the original DC-2 Dimension C pedal sound, which is a pretty big deal. You can also switch to the historically rack-mounted Roland SDD-320 Dimension D, which is also a pretty big deal.
Why? Because these effects are present numerous hit songs. It is often referred to as a chorus effect but the Dimension effect is actually a 3D spatial processor. Although it does sound very much like a chorus effect…
As with all Waza Craft upgrades, you get super low noise and buffered bypass. So it doesn’t get in the way, in anyway, when you’re not using it.