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The long-awaited follow up to the BOSS GT-10 has arrived.

Meet the new BOSS effects flagship, the BOSS GT-100. The GT-100 Amp/Effects Processor boasts next-generation amp modeling that re-creates vintage amps and provides new COSM tones that soar into the future with the dynamics, tone and feel you'd expect from a boutique unit. User interface is improved by a dual-LCD system, while EZ Tone has been enhanced with newly designed Amp Customize and OD/DS Customize features. The GT-100 is a powerhouse processor that spans from classic to futuristic in a friendly, rugged and roadworthy unit.

Advanced COSM Amps: beyond vintage
With its next-generation COSM processor, the BOSS GT-100 offers all-new sonic capabilities. Recreating the meticulous details of vintage amps and how they behave, the GT-100 excels in not only cloning classic amps, but provides a new world of unimagined tones as well. The Amp Customize function lets you mutate classic amps beyond reality.

Easy to use
The GT-100's unique dual-LCD and eight-knob user interface provides fast access and intuitive control. There are no menus to navigate. The tone-customizing functionality has been improved as well. All patches, amps, and overdrive/distortions can be created from scratch or customized with the graphical Tone Grid.

New A/B Channel Divide
Another new feature onboard the GT-100 Amp Effects Processor is the versatile A/B Channel Divide. Assign different amps and effects to each channel, divide the signal by dynamics and frequency, with each channel capable of driving its own effects and amps settings. Assign smooth, mild lead tones to the mid-to-high pitches, for example, and heavy, cutting tones to the lower notes.

New tonal possibilities with the Accel pedal
A new dimension of expression is available with the Accel pedal, which enables control of multiple parameters simultaneously, as well as time-variant effects such as Feedbacker, S-Bend and Twist. Experiment with creative combinations of parameters, interacting in real time with the pedal.

FEATURES
  • Advanced COSM amps that model vintage amp tones and delivers never-before-heard tones
  • Improved EZ Tone with graphical Tone Grid for constructing new patches
  • AMP Customize and OD/DS Customize lets you easily create original amps and overdrive/distortion by customizing their behavior
  • Newly developed ACCEL pedal for simultaneous control of multiple parameters
  • 2 LCD displays (132 x 64 dots, backlit LCD)
  • MIDI connectors (in, out)
  • 44 effects
  • Program memories: 400 (200 user + 200 preset)

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SPECIFICATIONS

GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal

  • Type: Multi-FX
    Instrument input: 1/4-inch phone type
    Aux in stereo: stereo miniature phone type
    AMP control jack: 1/4" phone type
    SUB jack output: 1/4" TRS phone type
    EXT loop jacks (send/return): 1/4" phone type
    3"H x 21"W x 11"D
    11 lb.
    Power supply: DC 9V
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BossGT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal
 
4.5

(based on 36 reviews)

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86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good selection of effects (29)
  • Excellent sound quality (27)
  • Versatile (26)
  • Responsive (24)
  • Compact (18)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (27)
  • Home studio (25)
  • Amateur recording (16)
  • Professional recording (16)
  • Outdoor events / games (14)
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    • Experienced (20), Professional musician (15)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Plays well WITH amp

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...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-100 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 global EQ can compensate for any difference between amps/rooms and can be quickly adjusted.

The icing for me was the fact that the amp sims and overdrives sound REALLY good and are very useable with an actual amp. I could never get the HD500X to sound near as good as the GT does with all of my amps (using the 4CM). The HD500X might be great for going direct or recording, but if you want to use a multi-effects with an actual amp (in my case, a Blackstar HT-40 or Crate VFX5112 or VFX5212), the GT-100 is the choice - hands down.

Likes:
- Can control my amp channels from the unit (and save the amp setting in patches)
- OD and amp simulations sound better to me than the HD500X when using them with in the 4CM - I feel they are WAY more useable with an actual amp
- Effects are standard BOSS quality re: excellent
- Very easy to use and make quick adjustments
- Super flexible footswitch assignments - can have one footswitch control multiple parameter changes across all effects and a can freely assign what each footswitch does (in Manual Mode)
- Power button! (are you kidding me Line 6...)
- Easy to read and useful display
- Great polyphonic tuner with the v2.0 update

No Likes:
- Effect blocks can be placed anywhere you want, but there are dedicated effects blocks for Comp, OD, Chorus, Delay, Reverb that can't be changed, leaving you with only two available blocks for "other" effects (HD500X will let you put any effect in any of the 8 available blocks - but you can easily run out of DSP depending on what effects are used)
- I like 3PDT footswitches, but understand why BOSS used this type of footswitch
- Would like some sort of physical feedback when clicking on the expression pedal
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No opinion:
- Looper isn't as nice as the HD500X, but is still very usable for a multi-effects unit (if you are really into looping, you need a dedicated looper anyway)
- No XLR outs (I don't & won't ever go direct)
- No Stereo FX send/return (don't use stereo effects and if I did the GT would be handling them anyhow)
- Have no clue how it compares to the HD500X for recording - don't use either of them for that purpose

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not as good as it should have been.

I really wanted to like this unit. I still really want to like it. At the end of the day, it is so close to being the device I really wanted to own,...Read complete review

I really wanted to like this unit. I still really want to like it. At the end of the day, it is so close to being the device I really wanted to own, but unfortunately, after using it for 3 weeks, I decided it just wasn't cutting the mustard. Let me explain.

I play a mix of styles, and I play in a mix of bands. In some bands, I play acoustic, and in some bands I play electric. I really wanted a pedal board that could in some ways, complement both. Unfortunately, this unit is rubbish when combined with my acoustic guitars, and the reason is that there is no true bypass. That means, that there is no way to get an untouched, virgin sound out of your guitar when you are plugged into this thing. My acoustic plugged into my Fishman loudbox is a thing of beauty, and unfortunately, no matter how I tried, I could not get close to that crystal clear, poignant, yet rich tone that I get just running direct into the amp through the GT-100. No matter what you do, the tone is altered, and there is no way around that. The lack of a true bypass is a completely stupid oversight and is pretty inexcusable. Moving on..

I did some nice recordings with this thing while I had it. It can, when you fuss with it, really produce some good quality tones. I enjoyed the software that came with it, and found that it was easy to work with, well thought out, and again, mighty close to exactly what I was looking for. I can't knock this unit on this front. Customizing tones with this unit when it is connected to computer via the Tone studio, is a great time. I was able to learn it quickly, and I was able to get some great sounds out of it.

Still, the bulk of this unit is designed for the true Hard Rock and Metal guitarists out there. You know, the ones you always see thrashing away every time you walk into Guitar Center. If you are one of these people, you are pretty much going to love this unit. It was designed for your after all. If you are like me, and you like to play mostly clean guitar, but are in search of new tones to add to your bag of tricks, fatten your sound slightly here and there, add some delay, some envelope filter, some phase, some light sustain when the moment calls.. Then this unit can do that, but only about 10% of it was designed for you. And ok, that is also fine, because even the 10% that you get, is still a fun time. The effects are quality, and the unit is easy to use. You can spend an afternoon perfecting that sound you are after, and in some cases, you can come super close to achieving it... Maybe if there was one more soft compression unit, or clean tube pre-amp model included, but alas.. Plus, there is no clean bypass, so... moving on..

Ok, I was also encouraged that there was a looper bundled into this thing. I do a bit of looping, and used to own the Boss RC20xl back before it got stolen. I was excited to get the ability to loop back along with a bunch of other tricks, in one amazing pedal. But, you are limited to just 35 seconds. It might even be less than that. Seriously?? This is 2014, and this unit costs like half a grand. For that kind of dough, and the fact that there is an entire pedal on this device dedicated to the looper, there should have been far more function here. It is almost as though Roland added this feature as an after thought, or just because they knew it would look good on paper, but they did so in a very limited way, so those who are still serious about looping, will have to go out and buy a dedicated unit, preferably theirs. If you are going to dedicate an entire pedal on this 6 pedal unit to the looper, at least give us like 2 minutes of dedicated looping capability. Minimum!! Too often, I found myself trying to lay down a base rhythm track, only to get cut off before it was completed, and this was just friggin stupid! No excuse for this really! Why not just create the unit everyone wants, and sell the heck out of it? Why intentionally limit your device and your customers? Moving on.

Over all, I think this unit is as good as anything I am aware of that is out there in one device. If the right unit were created, which this could easily have been, I'd be up for buying it in a heart beat. As it was, I sadly returned this unit after owning it for 3 weeks, even though a big part of me did not want to. I know the unit of my dreams, does not exist at this time, and this is the closest thing to it. Still, I just could not justify throwing down that kind of dough for something that was so glaringly intentionally limited. I'd love to have a cup of Joe with the folks that designed this thing some day, so I could really give them a piece of my mind...

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5.0

Good flexible unit for the price

By Rob

from Melbourne

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Responsive
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

    A great unit with very good flexibility with pedal assigns and variety of effects.
    I nearly got rid of it after finding the sound was dreadful, but stick with it and use the forums to eq the sound and set your input levels as it is capable of some very useful and great sounds.
    Took me ages but I'm almost there, the manual is useless and you will have to check out youtube and boss forums to get it to your individual "happy place". Not as good as my Strymon/power board setup, but that cost more than three times this unit.

     
    5.0

    I used the Boss GT100 live!

    By PedalTweaker

    from Manila, Philippines

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Performances

      Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

      Finally, I was able to test the GT100 on live gig last Saturday Nov 19th, and all I can say is WOW! Clean tone was warm, round but retains edginess with the right twang on my Dimarzio singles. The amp used was Kustom Tube Amp. It sounds airy with slight Chorus (like Dan Huff's chorus on rhythm). The Fat DS, and other distortions sounded so good. There was a slight to no digital sound at all. My lead tones sing. Other modulation like phaser sounds luscious. I'm using Fender Mexico Strat with Dimarzio Area 61 and Seymour JB TB4 on bridge with 250K pots. Even at 250k pots I still turned down my tone knob. On the global setting I tried the -8db on the input level, the mid Q is set to 315Hz. I also tried it on my Sterling JP60 and it sounded good.

      Now I'm thinking of getting another GT100 as backup. Sounds sweet and it sings. Not brittle as my previous Line6 HD500 that I sold immediately in less than a month few years back.

       
      4.0

      Don't be afraid to buy Boss GT100

      By PedalTweaker

      from Manila, Philippines

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Compact Design
      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects
      • Responsive
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

        I was a Digitech RP500 user and to me that multi was so easy to set up. I sold that RP and switched to Boss GT10 to see what's the fuzz about it. I was not impressed at all. Then I met a guitarist online and he was selling his Boss GT100. We both agreed on a trade plus cash deal and so I got the GT100. As soon as I bring it home and tested, i can little agree the sound of the GT100 was warm than the GT10. But as days and months go by and try using I noticed a typical "high mid ish" of the GT100 like the Boss GT10. By the way, I'm using the GT100 directly plugged to my amp's input. Just few days ago I was looking for a reference info how to reset the GT100's preset of the few patches that I modified. I incidentally got into a forum about GT100 and it was mentioned there about adjusting the input level of the GT100 global setting. They said if you have a humbucking pickup the input level should -7db below. But if you have a weak single coil pickups then used -7db up. I'm using a Fender Mexico black top that I put an SD TB4 on the bridge and 2 Dimarzio 61 on neck and middle. To my suprise the -7db is already hot yet controlled sound no more clippy sound. But the -6db is what I really like. All the effect from distortions to modulations, reverbs now sound warm and less digital to somewhat organic.That's how my has perceived. Also take note of the high mid Q on the global setting. Default is 800 Hz. I backed it down to 500 Hz to lessen the high mids. Try it and thank those people who share this info on the web.

         
        4.0

        I love it, lead guitar sounds very good.

        By Yuriy

        from PA

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        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Good Selection Of Effects
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Performances

          Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

          No different guitars option like in GR55: Tele or Srat and so on.
          Manual is not clear enough
          about user scale editing in harmonist.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Awesome Product

          By Frank

          from Idaho Falls, Id

          About Me Experienced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Excellent Sound Quality
          • Good Selection Of Effects
          • Responsive
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Home Studio
            • Performances

            Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

            I had a BOSS ME-70 and was not quite satisfied with the sound quality. I debated on purchasing another multi-effects processor, or to purchase several single peddles. After talking with a few people I decided to give the BOSS GT-100 a try. So after using it for about two weeks I am very impressed with the sound quality. It is much better than my old ME-70. It is also relatively easy to use, once you figure out the logic. I would definitely recommend this to others.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Amazing IMO/IME

            By rsm

            from Savannah

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Compact Design
            • Excellent Sound Quality
            • Good Selection Of Effects
            • Responsive
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • None Except Missing Sd-1

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Events
            • Home Studio
            • Performances
            • Professional Recording

            Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

            I've been using modelers direct to FRFR/FOH for years, and MFX even longer. The GT-100 is the absolute best piece of kit I've found at this price for digital modeling and MFX.

            If you can't get this to sound good, you are doing it wrong or your amplification needs an upgrade.

            GT-100 is good enough for Johnny Marr, nuff said.

            (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Plays well WITH amp

            By scheelio

            from Marshall, MN

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Easy to use
            • Excellent Sound Quality
            • Good Selection Of Effects
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Limited Effect Slots

            Best Uses

            • 4cm With Amp
            • Amateur Recording
            • Home Studio
            • Performances
            • Professional Recording

            Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

            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-100 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 global EQ can compensate for any difference between amps/rooms and can be quickly adjusted.

            The icing for me was the fact that the amp sims and overdrives sound REALLY good and are very useable with an actual amp. I could never get the HD500X to sound near as good as the GT does with all of my amps (using the 4CM). The HD500X might be great for going direct or recording, but if you want to use a multi-effects with an actual amp (in my case, a Blackstar HT-40 or Crate VFX5112 or VFX5212), the GT-100 is the choice - hands down.

            Likes:
            - Can control my amp channels from the unit (and save the amp setting in patches)
            - OD and amp simulations sound better to me than the HD500X when using them with in the 4CM - I feel they are WAY more useable with an actual amp
            - Effects are standard BOSS quality re: excellent
            - Very easy to use and make quick adjustments
            - Super flexible footswitch assignments - can have one footswitch control multiple parameter changes across all effects and a can freely assign what each footswitch does (in Manual Mode)
            - Power button! (are you kidding me Line 6...)
            - Easy to read and useful display
            - Great polyphonic tuner with the v2.0 update

            No Likes:
            - Effect blocks can be placed anywhere you want, but there are dedicated effects blocks for Comp, OD, Chorus, Delay, Reverb that can't be changed, leaving you with only two available blocks for "other" effects (HD500X will let you put any effect in any of the 8 available blocks - but you can easily run out of DSP depending on what effects are used)
            - I like 3PDT footswitches, but understand why BOSS used this type of footswitch
            - Would like some sort of physical feedback when clicking on the expression pedal
            -

            No opinion:
            - Looper isn't as nice as the HD500X, but is still very usable for a multi-effects unit (if you are really into looping, you need a dedicated looper anyway)
            - No XLR outs (I don't & won't ever go direct)
            - No Stereo FX send/return (don't use stereo effects and if I did the GT would be handling them anyhow)
            - Have no clue how it compares to the HD500X for recording - don't use either of them for that purpose

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Perfect pedalboard replacement!!

            By Bhargis

            from Dallas, TX

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            Pros

            • Compact Design
            • Excellent Sound Quality
            • Good Selection Of Effects
            • Responsive
            • Versatile

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Events
              • Home Studio
              • Performances

              Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

              This thing is amazing. So many features. I got it in a trade. Was looking to stop the tapdancing fiasco going on with my pedal board. The Gt100 is intricate, yet simple. Navigation is easy as cake, but there is so much to navigate. It might appear daunting and intimidating to the usual analog stompbox guy, but she's a gentle giant when you treat her right. I use this to change the channels on my amp and turn effects on/off. I use a Laney Ironheart 120 so I love my lead tones, but I often use many different effects on my cleans to give them some flavor. So I hooked this up and went to the task of writing my signal chain and saving my patches and banks. It has lush choruses,silky smooth and echoing delays, a piercing dynamic wah, sweeping phasers and flagers, and many many more. Heed this, if you're impatient, this isn't for you. If you take your time with this and tweak the knobs and go through everything you can get this to do whatever you want it to. It works perfect for me in going from my dry lead tone to say a clean signal with some chorus and delay; all with just one tap of a button! I don't plug it into my computer or do any of the software stuff with it, I don't use midi either. I just hook it up using the "4 cable method." Replaced my pedal board completely. But like I said earlier, you have to take your time with it to get the good tone you want out of it. It'll give back what you put into it. If you think you can just hook it up and go with whats already there you may find yourself wanting to get rid of it, keyword is MAY though, tone is purely subjective. This thing has plenty of tone so if you like experimenting you'll love this unit. I love the headphone feature. I have a few patches saved using the amp cosm modeling, and it works perfect. When my newborn is sleeping I can plug in with my headphones and play without waking him or my wife up. It also came with a great carry bag, perfect for travel. Visiting the in-laws, all I need is my guitar, headphones, a cable, and this unit. A perfect escape without worrying about making too much noise. Since I've gotten this unit, I've written 16 songs. It has inspired me to play more. I highly recomend you to try it out. Remember take your time with it and it will be perfect. I couldn't be happier with this unit. Hope this helps.

              (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Incredible Tone

              By Marcus

              from Tulsa

              About Me Professional Musician

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              Pros

              • Compact Design
              • Easy To Program
              • Excellent Sound Quality
              • Good Selection Of Effects
              • Responsive
              • Versatile

              Cons

              • I Can't Think Of Any

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Events
              • Home Studio
              • Performances
              • Professional Recording

              Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

              This is probably one of the best effects pedals out there. I have been using it for about 8 months now. I did a show last week and everyone commented on how great my guitar tone was. Before buying the GT-100 I was using Line 6 Pod products. In my opinion this sounds better than those pedals.

              One of the keys to making this pedal sound good is to select what you plug it into in the settings section. If you selected that you are plugged into a P.A. system when you are really plugged into a guitar amp then this thing will not sound as good. You need to select what you are plugged into in the settings. I actually plug this into a Makie mixer and I am using two QSC K12 mains. This thing sound incredible through that system.

              You can download software from Boss that makes programming custom patches simple and easy. I programmed some incredible acoustic patches. Besides the typical effects like reverb, delay, and chorus Roland includes FX1 and FX2 in every patch. These categories have a wide range of effects to choose from. I used the Acoustic processor to make my acoustic patches. I used the guitar sim to make my electric sound like an acoustic. There is also a Defretter effect that makes your guitar sound like a fretless instrument. This quickly became one of my favorite effects for acoustic and clean electric tones. I really enjoy everything this pedal can do and it has been the best gear purchase I made all year!

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              So Perfect

              By Long Row

              from Oklahoma

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              Pros

              • Just The Best

              Cons

              • None None None

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Events
              • Everything
              • Home Studio
              • Mobile DJ
              • Performances
              • Professional Recording

              Comments about Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

              I started with Boss stomp boxes (you can run over those things with a Semi, seriously) and about 15 years ago moved to the GT-5. Loved it.

              Recently moved to this GT-100 and it is everything the GT-5 was and a bit better because it is just a bit more user friendly. So you get every Boss stomp box, extremely durable case, and very user friendly for the price of about 4 stomp boxes. Great deal.

              I use this GT-100 (as I did before with the GT-5) as my amp really. I use 2 Fender solid state amps just to boost the volume (they work great as they are so clean they don't change your tone) and create my sound with the GT-100 and send a stereo signal to the 2 amps. It works so well.

              I constantly get comments about how people can't believe I get that sound from those amps, but it's not the amps, it's the Boss GT-100 (or the GT-5 as I had before), the amp is just a volume boost.

              I love Boss products and this GT-100 is so good I'm weeping as I write this, haha.

              If you're thinking about it, wondering if it is worth the price, go for it, it is just the best!

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