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BOSS DSD-3 Digital Sampler/Delay

BOSS DSD-3 Digital Sampler/Delay

DSD-3 Digital Sampler/Delay The DSD-3 is identical to the DSD-2 apart from the model designation. The DSD-3 was...
Boss BF-3 Flanger

Boss BF-3 Flanger

The BF-2 had been around for more than 20 years when Boss decided to replace it with the BF-3. The BF-3 uses...
BOSS RCL-10 Compressor Limiter

BOSS RCL-10 Compressor Limiter

RCL-10 Compressor Limiter Boss Micro Studio Series Vol.1, 1986: 4 Different High-Performance Functions Integrated...
AW-2 Auto Wah

AW-2 Auto Wah

The AW-2 took over from the TW-1 in 1991. In addition to the regular Auto Wah effect it has a modulation effect...
Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter

Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter

All Boss phasers up until the PH-3 has been analog phasers based on BBD circuits. The PH-3 has a digital design that’s...
MA-15A Micro Monitor Amp

MA-15A Micro Monitor Amp

Boss Pocket Dictionary Vol. 1-4 (1984-1987) The easy-to-operate MA-15A Micro Monitor Amplifier can be used as a practice...
How the flipflop works

How the flipflop works

In every Boss compact pedal there's one part of the circuit that is identical and that's the flipflop. The flipflop is the...
Boss LM-2B Bass Limiter

Boss LM-2B Bass Limiter

The LM-2 was targeted towards guitar players but feedback from the market told the Boss engineers that it was more often bass...
CE-2 Chorus

CE-2 Chorus

The CE-2 was the first compact pedal chorus from Boss. The CE-1 was released 1976 and contained the exact same circuit as...
Boss FZ-3 Fuzz

Boss FZ-3 Fuzz

The successor of the FZ-2 is somewhat simpler as it doesn’t have any different distortion modes. With familiar Level, Tone and Fuzz...