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The Ultimate Guide to BOSS Loop Stations

Since the release of the first Loop Station, the twin pedal RC-20 in 2001, BOSS have constantly remained at the cutting edge of looping technology and are today the undisputed product leader of this worldwide phenomenon. With a more comprehensive lineup of looper devices available than any other single manufacturer, BOSS Loop Stations satisfy guitar players, beatboxers, DJs, accordion players, singers and producers within the audio looping community. With such a diverse selection of musicians using the wide range of BOSS Loop Stations, it’s fair to say that there is a BOSS Loop Station for everyone.   The more complex the…

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Evolution of the Roland Space Echo

Space Echo. It’s a very evocative name for an effects unit. It conveys a feeling of depth and complexity, which is certainly how many players describe the sound of Roland’s legendary series of echo machines. The warm delay sound, distinctive reverb and subtle chorusing effect are all hallmarks of the unmistakable tone that thousands of…

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BOSS Cult Classics

In movies, a “Cult Classic” is commonly known as a film that transcends the fleeting measures of box-office success and goes on to realise its full value over time, usually thanks to a small band of loyal supporters. Often, small film companies independently make these kinds of films but occasionally it’s the big Hollywood studios…

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The Ultimate Guide to BOSS Loop Stations

Since the release of the first Loop Station, the twin pedal RC-20 in 2001, BOSS have constantly remained at the cutting edge of looping technology and are today the undisputed product leader of this worldwide phenomenon. With a more comprehensive lineup of looper devices available than any other single manufacturer, BOSS Loop Stations satisfy guitar players,…

  'How To' Articles

Tips and Tricks for Advanced Loopers

As a musician, the art of looping is one of the most fun things you can possibly do. Looping is something that truly allows you to tap into new areas and to expand your creativity. Whether you’re in a solo, duo or ensemble situation, once you get a taste of the looping bug, it’s downright…

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Look Ma, No Feet! How to Get Hands on with Your Looper

When most of us think of a BOSS RC Loop Station, they envisage a big red stompbox. Stompbox Loop Stations are excellent for instrumentalists who want to loop, but still need their hands free. However, some loop performers want more direct control over their performance. So whether you’re a DJ, a Vocalist or a multi-instrumentalist,…

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Taking Control of Your Loop Station

BOSS Loop Stations are famous for their industry leading flexibility right out of the box. They also provide a serious level of functionality for the beginner or intermediate looping musician. However, for the advanced user who wants to fully extend their looping creativity, a higher degree of control is often required. This can include whether…

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Who’s The BOSS? Quiz Your BOSS Pedal Knowledge

How well do you know your BOSS pedals? Here’s your chance to put your foot down and show off your knowledge!

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The Ultimate Guide to the BOSS ES-5 Effects Switching System

The BOSS ES-5 Effects Switching System is the newer, smaller brother to the remarkably successful ES-8. Since its 2015 release, the BOSS ES-8 Effects Switcher has enjoyed worldwide acclaim. With its ground breaking design, functionality and control options, the BOSS ES-8 offers features far surpassing any similar device. Pedal Loop switchers are not new of…

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Why Should I Buy A Switching System?

As guitar players, our options for sonic possibilities are near infinite. Technology has reached a point where pedals, synthesis, amplification and effects can all work together to create sounds that were unimaginable until recently. The recent and dramatic increase in the amount of effect pedals and guitar processing equipment is tremendously exciting. Customised pedal boards…

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Developing the Brown Sound

Guitarists have used BROWN as an adjective for guitar tone ever since the phrase emerged back in the late 1970’s/early 1980’s. The early history of the term remains undisputedly and indelibly linked to one of the biggest guitar heroes of all time. However, in the years since, the word “brown” in reference to guitar tone…