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Boss GT-3

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

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supernarvalot supernarvalot
Publié le 01/05/04 à 09:32
Multi-purpose digital modeling COSM
all classical effects are available (chorus, reverb, delay, ...) but others can make the most original sounds downright (the slicer coupled with self-riffeur and an auto-wah, all in the past "ring" will give you a perfect imitation of the seal that revels in the morning).
midi controllable
many presets, amp modeling and more memory to integrate its own preset

UTILIZATION

Usage is very simple
you can set all parameters possbile imaginable and even fly with the pedal.

SOUND QUALITY

Base effects are good (chorus, delay, reverb) and it has enough fun with all other effects.
on the other hand for fans of tube amps (which I am one), we can not use the saturation on pain of being seriously hurt the ears (transistorized all goes !!!!)!
Pay special attention to setting levels of effects if we do not want to spoil the sound "All Tube" because the multi-effect tendency to remove the low and mid-bass and you end up with a sound flat and frankly unpleasant.

OVERALL OPINION

To play a sound, it will be great for those who like but I recommend to those who play on all lamps.
The effects are very good and original but I do not use them at all, so for the same price, it is better to buy the good old analog pedals from the same brand (in the effects loop and wah wah live).
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