Take a guided tour of the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion.
DA-2 Sound Check
Sound examples of the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion.
DA-2 John 5 Playing Examples
John 5 (Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie) demonstrates the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion.
DA-2 Jude Gold Playing Examples
Session player, sideman, and guitar journalist, Jude Gold, demonstrates the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion.
DA-2 Lee Wrathe Demo
Lee Wrathe demonstrates how the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion is dramatically responsive to playing dynamics.
MDP Pedals Lee Wrathe Demo
Lee Wrathe demonstrates the creative possibilities when combining the TE-2 Tera Echo, MO-2 Multi Overtone, and DA-2 Adaptive Distortion.
MDP Pedals NAMM Booth Demo
Jim Bybee demonstrates the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion, MO-2 Multi Overtone, and TE-2 Tera Echo pedals with MDP (Multi-Dimensional Processing) at NAMM 2013.
Multi-Dimensional Processing for Superior Tone
Roland’s innovative Multi-Dimensional Processing (MDP) analyzes audio signals in many dimensions and applies ideal effects to each. By giving different dynamic changes relative to the input signal in real time, MDP can create bold, all-new sounds with a previously unattainable range of expression.
DA-2: Ideal Distortion Across Your Guitar’s Entire Range
Unlike standard distortion pedals that process the entire guitar signal with one effect, the DA-2’s Multi-Dimensional Processing employs multiple distortion processors to seamlessly adapt the sound in real time and create the ideal tone for every register. As a result, the DA-2 delivers a rich, musical distortion that plays well all over the neck, from tight, edgy low-string tones to fat, smooth highs for lead playing. With the power of MDP, the DA-2’s distortion is dramatically responsive to your playing dynamics, and every note is heard with clarity and definition.