More Info The GT comes fully equipped with mega multi-fx as well as next-generation amp modeling. The long-awaited follow up to the GT has arrived. The BOSS GT is a powerhouse processor that spans from classic to futuristic in a friendly, rugged, road-worthy unit. Recreating the meticulous details of vintage amps and how they behave, the GT excels in not only cloning classic amps, but provides a new world of unimagined tones as well. Construct completely new, unimagined sounds! There are no menus to navigate; every function is instantly available. The tone-customizing functionality has been improved as well.

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My boss me 25 pedal’s sound isn’t as clear and good as the demos’ sound. I have the Boss ME Here’s things to try. Use wall outlet to power the 25 instead of batteries.

Jul 25,  · See what BOSS and DigiTech have been up to in the way of guitar and guitar/vocal multi-effectors. We’re also going to discuss the pros and cons of using single pedals vs. a floor multi-effector. Don’t miss this one!

The Boss RC Loop Station offers 3 hours of recording, built-in effects, and two synchronized stereo tracks. Slight lag when shifting between phrases in real time Update: This issue has been fixed by a firmware update. Memory Improvements First of the improvements, the Boss RC Loop Station allows you to record up to 3 hours of music direct to its internal memory. In contrast, the RC XL only allowed 16 minutes of recording. With all that added memory, you can create and stack tons of multi-layered loops with twin stereo tracks each track being independently controllable with dedicated volume faders and track-select buttons.

Creating loops is convenient with the Auto Recording feature, which starts recording the moment you begin playing your guitar, bass, keyboard, or singing, or as soon as you start a connected audio player. Count-In mode gives you one-bar of rhythm before recording starts. As with all the Boss loopers, you can easily Undo and Redo as you go, letting you undo those mistakes and get a perfect loop to save to the built-in memory.

Onboard effects include the following: Bend Down, which provides a dramatic pitch-bend effect.

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Feb 9, I got this as a gift guys!!!! I’m actually happy with it too. I hook it up to my computer to record music and I’m happy with the results.

The connection method described above is the “Four Cable Method” or “4CM”, this way allows your external amp’s preamp section to be used as an effect block (it is the Send/Return effect) which is freely moveable in the GT effects chain.

Please enter a search term to begin your search. Connect it to a clean guitar amp and only use the available overdrive and distortion models, but not the preamp models. Important is that your amp has a good sounding clean channel. Everyone who claims that you need an overdriven tube amp in order to get a good distorted sound, should think about the old rockers of the ’70th and ’80th.

They didn’t have a Rectifier or Don’t try to imitate a Rectifier with the preamp models of the boss gt-8 or gt through a Fender amp! This will give you a prominent sound which can set standards. And it’s much better than imitating the PRS Rectifier sound everywhere used in modern music. What did I want to tell you?

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Finally, LED lighting lasts much longer than your standard automotive bulbs, and it also uses less power. These lights turn from bright white to amber then back again, thanks to the included resistors.

Feb 03,  · A tech guys from Eventide, told me that the best way to wire an effect unit is to have a line mixer with one line coming directly from your preamp or amp (dry signal) and one line coming from the the effect unit (wet signal).

When you have found the right combination remove the king-pin nut for the last time and its spacer if used , lift off the trunnion and grease the thrust washer and shims by applying grease directly to them at this stage, not from the grease nipple. Refit the trunnion and king-pin nut but don’t tighten it yet , and insert the trunnion bushes into the trunnion.

Lubricate the bushes with a suitable lubricant e. Waxoyl to make fitting easier. The bushes have to be wedged into the trunnion before you will get them in between the damper arms, even if the damper arms are wedged apart with an old screwdriver between the bosses of the cross-bolt. Use a plain nut and bolt and large washers of a suitable size through the bushes and the trunnion, to squeeze the bushes in to the trunnion.

Even so they are unlikely to push straight in between the arms of the damper, I had to turn the trunnion a bit to get one bush started, then a paint-scraper as a sort of ramp to squeeze the other one in while I pushed on the trunnion. Again Waxoyl on the faces of the bushes and inside the steel sleeves to prevent rusting to the pin in future and the damper arms makes this easier.

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When playing live, I hardly use reverb, as it often muddies the sound of the guitar, and gets me a bit lost in the mix. Instead, I prefer to let the rooms natural acoustics create the reverb, and I stick to delays to get my dose of ambiance. Similarly, when recording, would you use a built in reverb, or use one of the fantastic flexible reverbs that come as a plug-in?

I wish I had some special insight on the best way to get this done, but I don’t. I didn’t have a heat gun handy and I actually found the best method was blistering up my fingers and rubbing it off (after using a razor WD40 to get off the thicker areas).

Hello all, I have a few questions, that maybe you can help me with? They are so digital and unnatural and sound nothing like an amp to me. However, I went into my local guitar shop the other day and played with a Line6 HD , and I have to say I was pretty impressed. Blasphemy I said, but I had little choice and so obliged begrudgingly. Anyway, I am straying from the point.

I love the versatitly and ease of use By which I mean you can have every effect you ever dreamed of in one board and I also love the idea of interaction with the PC or Mac and the updates and all that making patches and uploading them onto your board using them live etc. Meaning that the distortion will be used form the JVM.

Now, I know I am asking allot, but I also want to know if this can be programmed to work at the press of a single button instead of doing a major tap dance.

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Amazing Tone and Expression! I had been waiting to get my hands on one of these for awhile and I got the call from my local Guitar Center today that they had one in. I swung by and Read complete review I had been waiting to get my hands on one of these for awhile and I got the call from my local Guitar Center today that they had one in. I swung by and jammed on it for about 30 minutes; as soon as I turned on the wah I knew I had to take it home and hook it up to my rig and really let it loose!

The versatility of this board is unmatched.

Jan 27,  · I hook it up to my computer to record music and I’m happy with the results. I understand that the sound isn’t going to be as good as a collection of standalone pedals. I’m going the cheap route.

I have always wanted a nice, budget friendly multi-effects unit that integrates with my amp – not to replace Read complete review Like most, I have had ton of different setups over my years of playing. I have always wanted a nice, budget friendly multi-effects unit that integrates with my amp – not to replace it. The GT works beautifully in this regard and also surprised me at how well it could replace my amp, too!

For me, the best thing about this is that I can easily take the GT, my guitar, and my amp or any amp with a decent clean channel and happily have a jam or play a gig with minimal fuss. I don’t even need to setup a bunch of patches – I just setup a couple patches as different ‘pedalboard’ layouts and use the unit in Manual Mode. The icing for me was the fact that the amp sims and overdrives sound REALLY good and are very useable with an actual amp.

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But if you want to obtain the best from this jewel you must be aware that how you make the connections is crucial. This article has the aim to save you the lots of time that is necessary in order to understand and master properly the various connection possibilities offered sharing with you my personal experience. A guitar effects pedal powerful but complex I own a BOSS GT that I am currently using during my live performances, and the article is based on my personal experiences and opinions.

Just for your reference, the following is my setup that my GT is part of: Fender Stratocaster original made in U.

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If the actual TC people are telling you this, work accordingly. I’ll trust them about their gear more than I would! However, if they are users that are saying this, I can’t help but wonder what else they may be putting through their rigs, how they are setting their gear up, what kind of cables they are using, how long the cables are, etc etc? As far as I’ve experienced with these things sold them to customers since they came out and I have a G Force in my own rig as well , I haven’t encountered any signal loss issues.

Then again, I do have my entire rig wired up with Monster Cables and try to encourage my customers to do the same! A buffer pedal is never going to hurt anything. Hell, I could probably use one myself. Even with my minimalist setup guitar into rack, rack in and out of amp and through the effects loop , I am still running about 41 feet of cables 62 if I decide to hook up a wah pedal. I suppose a better and perhaps less hypocritical way of putting it is “Don’t buy crap equipment.

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I remember it well. Its a bit like remembering a nightmare. Here’s the review that tells all about this effects processor from Roland Boss. This is a great piece of kit for most things, but has a little shortcoming that you should know about, especially if you’re going to buy one to use!

Using the Boss GT or GT-8 with a guitar amp is possible and can give you surprisingly good sounds. But don’t use the preamp models with a real guitar amp when connecting to the normal guitar input.

Case by Tarcase Co. Kudos for both companies for making their units user-friendly without hauling out the phone book sized manuals BOSS is especially known for. So how do these multi-effectors stack up, especially since in our last issue, we showed how to construct your own pedal board? No multi-effector can replicate the tone and subtle nuances of your favorite pedal.

On the up-side, these multi-effectors offer something of their own but you need to appreciate them for what they are and what they are not. First off, they are not boutique pedals. The Keeley Compressor and Fuzz Head boxes we tested are in a class all their own You can even tweak the Keeleys for even more control over your individual sound. These are the originals upon which the analogs in the floor multi-effectors are based. In other words, manufacturers will try to approximate an electronic copy of the sound of your favorite effects pedals, cabinets, amps and pickups.

They can get close but there’s nothing like the real thing! Well, what are you getting with a multi-effect unit like the GT and the RP ?

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And I’m checking out a can’t miss retro mod for the front end of your through GT. Thanks to Modern Billets, upper and lower billet grilles available in your choice of either black or polished. Now this upper grille draws its inspiration from the legendary Shelby GT

The unit’s strength is the effects. And the Individual Stompbox mode that overrides the amp models so you can use the unit as a standalone effects unit is a really appealing function of the Mustang Floor for how good they are.

Friday, July 25, Guitar Pedals Custom road cases like these allow you to transport your individual pedals or floor multi-effector unit safely and securely. Once at the gig, simply lift the lid, plug in and play Pedal Board Case by Tarcase Co. Now we are going show you how to set up and transport your own custom pedal board with the individual pedals we’re reviewed in Parts I and II. Likewise, you’ll need to know the best way to power your individual pedals and effects rather than constantly buying 9 volt batteries or dragging along an adapter for each effect.

The Chain of Effects: Now, you have these great pedals, distortion, phaser, digital delay, reverb, etc. Maybe you started out with a few but now you have a small herd you’d like to put to work. There are some basics, not written in stone mind you , that will make sense as you daisy chain these pedals together. So from your guitar to your amp, you’re going to have a set pattern in mind so that each effect can shine and allow the others to do their job as well. Here is a common set up for your pedals according to what they do: