Sunday, 4 August 2013

RT-20 Rotary Sound Processor

From the Beatles to Jeff Beck, Santana to Stevie Ray, many guitar greats have embraced the rotary-speaker sound on stage and in the studio. Today BOSS proudly announces the newest member of its Twin Pedal series — the RT-20 Rotary Sound Processor. Employing COSM®-modeling technology, the RT-20 authentically reproduces classic rotary-speaker sounds. It offers adjustable Rise Time, Horn and Bass speed, Overdrive, and more. And not just for classic twirl, the RT-20 can be used to create unique overdrive and

RC-50 Loop Station

For those awaiting the arrival of a new industry-leading looper, the wait is finally over. Introducing the RC-50 — the most feature-laden Loop Station BOSS has ever built. It’s the best live looping tool ever built for that matter. Housed in a spacious seven-footswitch floor unit, the RC-50 lets you manipulate three stereo phrase tracks simultaneously, with each track supporting

TR-2 Tremolo mods

If your tremolo sounds weak we have come up with a mod to improve the tone and make it stronger too. Stock, they lose some volume and tone when ON. We have tweeked it to sound just like the tremolo in my '66 Fender Deluxe Reverb amp. This mod changes out many of the cheap components and replaces them with better sounding components too, like our SILVER mod. The mod is $45 and is now on the mod form.
We now put a small TRIM POT inside the pedal so you can set the exact volume you want when the pedal is ON. We set it (and mark it) to the same volume ON and OFF, you can bump it up even more if you want the tremolo to stand out. This mod does not increase the hiss like most other TR-2 mods.
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MT-2 Metal Zone mods

The MT2/pro mod takes the fakeness away, that cocked-wah super-saturated big hair noisy distortion. It leaves plenty of distortion available but you can hear the guitar's actual sound after the mod. On the stock pedal, if you sweep the mid range frequency knob it sounds like you are sweeping white noise. After the mod, it sounds like you are sweeping a parametric EQ or wah pedal. The mod is very expensive to do and includes a chip change so it is $70. Also it includes most of our silver mod parts from the tube screamer. The mod also reduces noise by 5dB with all knobs at 12:00.
I don't usually offer sample settings but this one is a little tough so here is how I like to set it for a starting point:
Level 10:00, Low 3:00, high 1:30, mid freq 10:00, middle 1:30, Dist up high.

DD-6 Digital Delay pedal

Boss DD-6 Delay, reverse mode, tap tempo, warp mode, 5 seconds delay, IN STOCK, $155 The DD-6 does not need our reverse mod, as the BLEND control can get 100% delay with no non-delayed sound in reverse mode, unlike the DD-5. The DD-6 Digital Delay is the first BOSS delay pedal to offer true stereo delay and panning effects. The STEREO inputs allow sending both outputs of our STEREO CLONE CHORUS through the delay and keep the signal in true stereo!
Features include built-in tap tempo capability and a delay/hold time of over 5 seconds (5,200ms). A new Reverse mode makes it easy to get trip

Boss DD-3 Digital Delay pedal

Boss DD-3 Delay, 800mS, hold, 2 outputs, HIGH CUT MOD $178 The Boss DD-3 is made with the same technology as the DD-2 which was the first compact stomp-box digital delay pedal. Introduced in 1982 using the same chip as the awesome rack mount SDE-3000, the DD-2 was very expensive. After a few years it was renamed DD-3 and lowered in price when the memory chips got cheaper. They are very warm and natural sounding for a digital pedal, as they use the same compressor/expandor chips as an analog delay, and redo the echoes each repeat unlike the newer pedals which just spit out the same bit samples for each echo with a sterile sound. Our HIGH CUT mod really makes this pedal sound great,

TU-2 Tuner pedal

Boss TU-2 chromatic tuner, silent tuning with LEDs, this is one of the best tuners we have found, can use with power daisy chain to power other pedals too, new $99. When it's not ON, it does not use much power, about as much as an analog pedal. When ON and you are tuning, it does boot up the computer chip so it uses a lot of battery but if you don't tune for more than a few minutes a night, a battery will last pretty long. The bypassed tone is quite good, but if you want true bypass, check into the Strobostomp tuner.  Please use our new website BUYANALOGMAN.COM for ordering so you and we can easily keep track of the order status, tracking numbers, etc.