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    Boss RC-505 MkII

    Desktop Loop Processor

    Boss’s best‑in‑class looper just got even better.

    Reviews . Jun 2022
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    Boss IR-200

    Amp & Cab Emulation Pedal

    The IR‑200 is a compact, DSP‑powered pedal that pairs an amp simulator with a speaker cabinet impulse‑response engine.

    Reviews Apr 2022
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    Boss Space Echoes

    Two new Space Echo pedals from Boss

    True stereo tape echo pedals unveiled

    RE-202 and RE-2 emulate the sound of Roland's classic tape delay & spring reverb unit

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    Boss DD-3T & DD-8

    Digital Delay Pedals

    Boss got so much right with their DD‑3 that it has remained on sale ever since it launched in 1986. But this year they’ve updated it and introduced the more adventurous DD‑8.

    Reviews Nov 2020
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    Boss Tube Amp Expander | Audio Examples

    Hear For Yourself

    There are plenty of very heavily distorted examples already out there to be heard, but I’ve gone for some tones that I think challenge the technology a little more.

    Reviews Sep 2019
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    Boss Tube Amp Expander

    Reactive Load & Speaker Simulator

    Widely touted as Boss's response to UA's popular OX, the Tube Amp Expander actually offers a contrasting approach. Will one of them be a clear winner?

    Reviews Sep 2019
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    Boss GT-1000

    Guitar Effects Processor

    Could Boss’s latest do-it-all modelling processor form the heart of your live or recording rig?

    Reviews Nov 2018
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    Boss VE-500 Vocal Performer

    Vocal Effects Processor

    This neat box of tricks offers a wide range of vocal effects, as well as the ability to track the pitch of a guitar or MIDI input.

    Reviews Nov 2018
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    Boss RV-500

    Reverb Processor

    Covering the everyday and the esoteric, could this pedal meet all your reverb needs?

    Reviews Oct 2018
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    Boss CP-1X

    'Waza Craft' Compressor Pedal

    The CP-1X is no typical guitar compressor pedal. It employs Boss’s proprietary Multi-Dimensional Processing (MDP) technology, which analyses various aspects of the incoming signal in real time and then responds by optimising the digital processing for the source.

    Reviews Apr 2017
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    Boss GT Pro

    Guitar Effects Processor

    The Boss GT Pro is more than just a guitar effects processor — in fact, with its dual COSM-based processing engines, it's two. But when it comes to guitar tone, does the GT Pro put Boss in charge?

    Reviews Oct 2006
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    Boss VF1

    Multi-effects Processor

    Is it an amp simulator? Is it a multi-effects unit? Is it a mastering tool? John Walden tries out the Boss VF1 and is surprised at how much jumps out of the box.

    Reviews Dec 2000
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    Boss GT3

    Guitar Effects Processor

    John Walden examines Boss's latest entrant in the crowded guitar effects processor race and considers whether its COSM-based preamp might be just the thing to enhance his performance.

    Reviews Sep 1999
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    Boss VT1

    Voice Transformer

    Ever wondered what it would be like to be the member of the opposite sex? Derek Johnson finds out...

    Reviews Nov 1996
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    Boss SX700

    Studio Effects Processor

    Although much loved by musicians, Boss's SE50 and SE70 effects processors have now been discontinued, and the new SX700 is designed to replace them. Rob Brady decides whether the SX can follow in the footsteps of its forefathers, or whether it is destined forever to walk in their shadow.

    Reviews Oct 1996
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    Boss GX700

    Guitar Effects Processor/Preamp

    Inside the GX700 lies a heart of gold: Roland's innovative physical modelling technology. Paul White straps on his guitar and puts this advanced multi-effects unit to work.

    Reviews Jun 1996
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    Boss RV70

    Digital Stereo Reverb

    At a time when the prices of multi-effects units are, on average, lower than they've ever been, Boss have launched a processor which does... reverb! Derek Johnson looks at the back-to-basics RV70.

    Reviews Jan 1995
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