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Boss GT-3
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Boss GT-3

Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Boss belonging to the GT series.

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Published on 02/04/08 at 13:29
- a great bunch of effects

UTILIZATION

- Présets configuration is really easy. There's is also an EZ edit for even more quickness.
- The LCD screen and the effect chain diagram are well designed: in one look you see the active effects

SOUND QUALITY

- classic effects are ok, but it seemed to me that they sounded différent than the boss pédals.
- you can also find some &quot;exotic&quot; effects like the feedbacker, accoustic simulator etc. Some of them are cheap and some are really interesting (like the accoustic simulator used with the pickup simulator)
- Hated the &quot;tube heads distorsions simulators&quot;, sounded thin and lifeless to me (Probably my fault: at that time i connected the GT3 in front of a transistor amp but didn't set the 3 band EQ as the manual advice)

OVERALL OPINION

- been using it for 2 years
- clearly designed for live applications, built like a tank.
- a cool all-in-one multifx, cheap nowadays
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