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The Art of Looping

The Art of Looping Exploring New Performance Horizons with BOSS Loop Stations

Live looping is now a mainstay in the music world, and BOSS’ innovative Loop Station products have played a vital role in the rise of this new avenue of expression.Read more…

eBand JS-10: Practice Like the Pros

eBand JS-10: Practice Like the Pros Build Your Chops with the Fun and Productive eBand Jam Station from BOSS

The eBand JS-10 has become a favorite of many pro players to help them build and maintain their skills at home and on tour.Read more…

GT-100: Simply Awesome Tone

GT-100: Simply Awesome Tone The Best-Sounding, Most-Powerful GT Guitar Processor to Date

Powered by a new ultra-high-speed DSP chip developed by BOSS, the GT-100 delivers amp tones that truly sound and feel like the real deal.Read more…

Compact Pedal, Huge Tone

Compact Pedal, Huge Tone Using the BOSS ST-2 Power Stack to Bring Impressive Tube-Stack Tone to Any Rig

The ST-2 Power Stack is more than just a fuzz pedal, it’s designed to deliver real-deal tube-stack tone with any amp.Read more…

RC-30 and RC-3 Loop Stations

RC-30 and RC-3 Loop Stations Using USB to Back Up and Swap Loops

The RC-30 and RC-3, are amazingly powerful loopers, with a few tricks up their sleeve.Read more…

Tips and Tricks: About Accu-Pitch

Tips and Tricks: About Accu-Pitch The Cool BOSS Tuner Feature That Helps You Tune Faster

For a few years now, BOSS tuners have included a feature called Accu-Pitch. But what does it actually do?Read more…

Order in the Court

Order in the Court Chaining Your Pedals Together for the Best Sound

Learn to put together a pedalboard and get your rig sounding just right.Read more…

Using the FDR-1 Fender® ’65 Deluxe Reverb

Using the FDR-1 Fender® ’65 Deluxe Reverb Dial Up Classic Amp Tones with the Fender-Approved BOSS Stomp

The FDR-1 is a compact stompbox designed with one purpose in mind—to sound and perform exactly like a 1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb amp.Read more…

Cool Combos

Cool Combos Create Classic Sounds from the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s

We thought it might be cool to separate the last 50 years of guitar tone into eras, and give you some tips on how to recreate some of the unique sounds associated with each period in time.Read more…


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