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MI USA. Good condition with slight player wear.
Introduced in late 1989, several months after the DFX9, the DFX91 appeared to have been marketed as DOD's "pro" level compact digital delay pedal (much in the same way the Boss DD-5 was marketed relative to the DD-3 upon its debut). The DFX91's basic circuit was similar to the DFX9, but with "sample" and "trigger" settings in addition to infinite repeat. While the sampling ability of the DFX91 was limited by its maximum 1 second of delay time, it was more than the 0.8 seconds offered by the Boss DSD-2/DSD-3, which were released a few years earlier.