Inspired by a conversation I was just having with Ohio Eric on Facebook, lets all share the tricks we've discovered with our delays and echoes.
1) Multiple delays into each other. Run on delay set for a short, almost slap-back delay into another one set for a longer delay (like 350-500ms). If you get the levels right, it sounds absolutely massive.
2) When using dotted-eighth note delays to get rhythmic effects, put them before your modulation pedals so you hear the sweep on the echoes as well.
Just out of interest, has anyone tried the Keeley mod for the DD3 that converts the direct out into an effects loop?
using a dd6, run the secondary output to the input on an ad9, and the output of the ad9 back to the stereo input on the dd6. run your primary in/out back to the input. near infinite delay.