Boss And Haworth Guitars
Boss Pedals have been an industry standard for decades now and are known for their studio-quality effects, usability and strong durability. The Boss range covers a variety of pedals from stomp-box pedals to multi-effects pedals as well as guitar wireless systems, vocal effects, acoustic amplifiers, tuners, and metronomes.
Let’s take a look at some of the Boss Pedals in the range…
Boss Loop Stations
One of the most popular Boss Pedals at the moment is the Boss Loop-Station Pedal which is available in different configurations starting with the Boss RC-1 Loop Station which is simple and compact.
Then we move onto the Boss RC-3 Loop Station and then the Boss RC-30 Loop Pedal which offers more functionality with its twin pedal design. The RC-10R Rhythm Loop Station is a compact loop pedal with both rhythm and loop features while the Boss RC-300 Loop Station is for the guitarist who needs a professional setup.
Boss Delay Pedals
Boss makes some of the most popular delay pedals in the world starting with the Boss DD-3 Delay Pedal and DD-7 Delay which is the bigger brother. The Boss DD-3T Delay has been enhanced for the modern guitarist and the DD-8 Delay is the next level up in delay power.
The Boss DD-200 offers multiple delay options in a compact design with storable options and the Boss DD-500 is an even more advanced model in the Boss Delay range.
Boss Reverb Pedals
The Boss RV-6 Reverb Pedal is a single stomp-box pedal that has become almost a staple of many guitarist’s pedalboards due to its simplicity and lush reverb tones. The TE-2 Tera Echo compacts delay and reverb into one simple and easy to use stompbox while the Boss RE-20 Space Echo is an advanced twin pedal jam-packed with some incredible echo effects.
Boss Overdrive and Distortion Pedals
For that crunchy overdrive sound, Boss pedals have been amongst the leaders for many years now with models such as the Boss DS-1 Distortion pedal becoming almost an industry standard for guitarists as well as the Boss MT-2 Metal Zone, Boss BD-2 Blues Driver, and OD-3 Overdrive.
Other popular pedals in the Boss Overdrive and Distortion range include the JB-2 Angry Driver, SD-1 Super Overdrive, DS-2 Turbo Distortion, MD-2 Mega Distortion and FZ-5 Fuzz Pedal with more in the range still to be mentioned. The Boss OD-200 Hybrid Drive is a multi-overdrive-distortion pedal that offers a memory bank as well as a wide range of Boss’s best overdrive and distortion tones.
Boss Modulation Pedals
The Boss CH-1 Super Chorus and CE-5 Chorus Ensemble Pedals are arguably some of the world’s best chorus pedals while the BF-3 Flanger and TR-2 Tremolo are rarely not seen on guitarist pedalboards. The MD-200 and MD-500 Modulation Pedals offer multiple modulation effects in the one pedal with memory options.
Boss Waza Craft Pedals
The Boss Waza Craft Pedal range delivers quality Japanese-made pedals with a Boss tone like no other. Each Waza Craft Boss Pedal brings with it unique features that vary slightly from the original model.
Modulation Pedals to watch in the Waza Craft range include the DC-2W Dimension C, CE-2W Chorus and the VB-2W Vibrato Pedal. The DM-2W Waza Craft Delay Pedal is worth checking out in the delay range and the MT-2W Metal Zone, BD-2W Blue Driver, and SD-1W Super Overdrive are classic Waza Craft Distortion/Overdrive Pedals.
Boss Katana Amps
The Boss Katana MKII Amp range takes the Boss Effects and Tones we love and combines them with custom speakers and cabs to form the Katana MKII Amplifier range. With unique Amp characters to choose from as well as effects sections, the Boss Katana MKII Amp covers all bases.
Popular models in the Boss Katana MKII range include the Katana-50 MK II, the Katana-100 MKII, the Katana-Head MKII and the Katana Artist Amp as well as the Katana Air Amplifier and the Katana Mini.
Boss Nextone Amps
The Boss Nextone Amplifier uses Tube Logic Technology to produce classic tube tones with the ability to select between different amp circuits including 6v6, 6l6, EL84 and EL34. With the Boss Nextone Amp, you really can sound like any tube amp on the market. The built-in effects include delay, tremolo, and reverb plus more.
The Boss Nextone Stage Amp offers 40 watts of power while the Boss Nextone Artist Amp offers 80 watts.
Boss Acoustic Amps
The Boss Acoustic Singer Pro and Acoustic Singer Live Amps take the acoustic singer/songwriter’s performance to the next level with studio-quality effects as well as vocal harmonies, looping, and independent channels. The Acoustic Singer Live Amp offers 60 watts of power while the Acoustic Singer Pro offers 120 watts with extra features.
That concludes our brief look at Boss Pedals and Amps here at Haworth Guitars. We haven’t mentioned everything Boss offer but rather provided a snapshot of some of the key models in the range. For more information on Boss Pedals, Amps and Accessories contact our friendly staff at Haworth Guitars. We’re here to help!