[NAMM] Boss TE-2 and DA-2 effect pedals
Boss introduces for the Winter NAMM 2013 two new effect pedals, the TE-2 Tera Echo and DA-2 Adaptive Distortion for guitar.
Both Boss TE-2 and DA-2 effect pedals use the MDP (Multi-Dimensional Processing) technology based on a new proprietary DSP designed to adapt the dynamic response to the input signal in real time.
The TE-2 delivers echo and reverb effects with two inputs and two outputs for a true stereo effect. A freeze function is included and you can control the level, tone, feedback and time.
The DA-2 is a distortion pedal which effect adapts to the pitch of the played notes and the dynamic. It includes level, bass, treble and distortion knobs and only one input and one output are available on this pedal.
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