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Boss launch pedal demos videos
The firm revealed the TE-2 Tera Echo, MO-2 Multi Overtone and DA-2 Adaptive Distortion at the 2013 NAMM Show, and now it has presented instructional videos for players to get the best out of them.
Boss' TE-2 Tera Echo gives musicians a wide-ranging depth of sound and has the knack of being able to boost the straight guitar tone without overwhelming its natural output.
MO-2 is key for providing rich harmonic characteristics that the instruments can offer. It gives players three different mode options to use and presents diverse tone-shaping outlets.
Finally, the DA-2 is much different from the average distortion pedal and employs multiple processors that adapt the sound in real time, creating the ideal tone for every register.
Boss has priced the TE-2 at £159 while the MO-2 comes in at £139 and the DA-2 will set a musician back £119.
These pedals deliver the goods both in the studio and at live performances, making them the ideal accessory for guitarists all over the UK.
Posted by SR.Posted on 25 Feb 2013 11:33 to category : Instruments News
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