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Boss MO-2 Multi Overtone
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Boss MO-2 Multi Overtone

Other Guitar Effect from Boss .

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Boss MO-2 Multi OvertonePublished on 06/04/13 at 10:24
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Digital effect that generates synthetic layers depending on what you play on the guitar. The case is the standard Boss, it works fine for years why change? Certainly this is not true bypass, but the sound is still bypassed more respectful than many other so-called TB pedals.

UTILIZATION

This pedal takes effect previously only available on larger machines with lots of parameters (VG99, ...) and simplifies access: 3 modes, three knobs (balance, tone detune) and play!
Of course, the three tones are of much less edited, and auditioned seem a little bland. This is......
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Report a quick test performed at Musikmesse with Audiofanzine (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/membres/a.musikmesse.html)

Digital effect that generates synthetic layers depending on what you play on the guitar. The case is the standard Boss, it works fine for years why change? Certainly this is not true bypass, but the sound is still bypassed more respectful than many other so-called TB pedals.

UTILIZATION

This pedal takes effect previously only available on larger machines with lots of parameters (VG99, ...) and simplifies access: 3 modes, three knobs (balance, tone detune) and play!
Of course, the three tones are of much less edited, and auditioned seem a little bland. This is where the balance setting comes in. ..

SOUND QUALITY

... Used dubbing saturated riffs, the MO-2 to inflate sound as if you had a keyboard in the band. The texture of sounds allows a good integration into the overall sound, discreetly. Tracking notes in chords is excellent, better than the Octavers kind of EHX POG (which give a doubling effect on the organ with some settings)

OVERALL OPINION

This pedal does not replace a real synth, guitar or synth, but doubling swell the sound of your guitar, it does the job.

So a question arises: Even if I had fun playing with this pedal for just one function, because the price is justified?
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  • Manufacturer: Boss
  • Model: MO-2 Multi Overtone
  • Category: Other Guitar Effects
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2013

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