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Packed with powerful Boss features to make you sound like a pro, yet it's as fun and easy to use as a...
Developed specifically for live performance, the AD-3 delivers a warmer, richer sound through precise...
COSM modeling technology transforms ordinary piezo pickup tone into sounds from 6 high-end acoustic guitars....
When you think about effects pedals, Boss is definitely a name you've heard before. Ever since releasing the original CE-1 Chorus Ensemble pedal in 1976, Boss has been setting the standard for effects performance. That's probably because they're part of Roland, which is renowned for breaking ground in musical electronics. And it's that electronics expertise that has allowed Boss to build some of the best multi-effects pedals a musician can own. If you play acoustic guitar, the AD-3 pedal could easily become your new best friend on stage. This multi-effects unit is built for acoustic-electrics from the ground up, with tone-shaping controls aimed at helping your guitar sound its best. Want to take things a step further? Check out its big brother, the AD-8. The modeling tech in that pedal can tonally transform any guitar with a piezo on it into one of six world-class acoustic guitar models.
Electric guitarists can get their modeling fix from the Boss GT-100 Multi-Effects Pedal. Able to deliver serious vintage amp tones as well as some that are entirely new, this pedal uses a visual 'Tone Grid' to make creating patches a straightforward process. The GT-100 is the flagship of Boss' pedal lineup, fully loaded with an expression pedal and lots of stomp switches backed up by a super-customizable back end.
One of Boss' most versatile multi-effects pedals is the GP-10. This unit is based on the same COSM amps and effects used in the GT-100, and it has a lot of the same perks, including fantastic Mac and PC integration with the free Boss Tone Studio app. The GP-10 supports GK-compatible pickups like the Roland GK-3 Divided Pickup, which comes bundled with the GP-10GK model. If you already have a GK pickup on your guitar, go for the GP-10S version instead for instant compatibility.
Take your time to check out all the Boss Multi-Effects pedals and decide which one is right for you. Whether it's from the AD, GT or GP series or one of the other options you'll find here, you can always count on Boss for a great-sounding, high-quality pedal that's just as eager to take the stage as you are.