Boss DM-3 Analog Delay
The Boss DM-3 Analog Delay was the successor to the famous DM-2. The DM-3 featured similar circuitry to the DM-2, but with an included noise filter to enhance the pedals clarity along with a Direct Out jack. The DM-3 produces the warm, rounded delay tones that Roland analog delays are famous for. The DM-3 was originally designed to be a budget-friendly alternative to the DD-2 Digital Delay, and was sold for around $10USD less than the DM-2.
Produced from May 1984 until May 1988.
The knobs on the DM-3 were only ever used on one other pedal: the Japanese version of the CE-2B.