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Boss GT-100 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal

4.6 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
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  • Advanced COSM amps that model vintage amp tones and delivers never-before-heard tonesImproved EZ Tone with graphical Tone Grid for constructing new patchesAMP Customize and OD/DS Customize lets you easily create original amps and overdrive/distortion by customizing their behaviorNewly developed ACCEL pedal for simultaneous control of multiple parameters2 LCD displays (132 x 64 dots, backlit LCD)MIDI connectors (in, out)44 effectsProgram memories: 400 (200 user + 200 preset)USB connector
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Product Description

The BOSS GT-100 Amp Effects Processor gives you next-generation amp modeling with tasty vintage guitar amps and rad new COSM tones that will spark your creativity and set your tone ablaze. The GT-100 sports a cool new interface with easy-on-the-eyes dual LCDs that gives you total access to the massive processing power under the hood. The popular EZ Tone feature has been injected with powerful customization options to give you unprecedented tone-sculpting mojo. If you're looking for guitar multi-effects and amp modeling that will blast your sound into the next dimension, we've got your pedal - the BOSS GT-100.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 27 x 7 inches ; 13.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007F43362
  • Item model number: GT-100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,321 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2012

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I'd recommend this to someone who is going to play through a solid state amp, and doesn't want to spend a lot but needs a diverse set of effects. If you have not invested in very much "effects" gear, this is a good way to become more familiar with what all those pedals you have seen can do and to experiment without breaking the bank. But for the best sound, and if tone is more important than the price tag, I'd still recommend going with a traditional pedal board. The GT-100 build quality is good but the software support is awful and the sound in the end is just so-so.

* Relatively inexpensive way to have pretty much every effect you could ever want
* A lot of ok sounding effects capabilitiy in one convenient package. (Decent, not great sounding)
* Smaller and easier to carry to practices/gigs than a large traditional pedalboard
* Avoids the pedalboard riverdance for complex tones
* Has a memory

* Terrible software...Boss really needs to step it up on this front. The best software is a "freebie" 3rd party package...and its only ok. The boss librarian that is included is like a 1980 application. This to me is the biggest "sucks" aspect of the GT100 because its biggest pro is programmability, if only the software support was there to make all that capability more accessible and convenient.
* Sounds are "ok" but not great. When I went back to a regular pedalboard it was like bringing my rig out of a closet.
* I don't like the "two pedal" stomp for tuning. It's actually a little too easy to hit two pedals on stage when trying to switch between two effects and end up with nothing coming out of your rig!
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I have had this unit for a couple of years now, and it just keeps getting better and better. Imagine a pedal that is is simple as you can get for editing your own sounds, or as detailed as you want to get for deep-tone editing. This is the unit. Build like a tank, priced just right, great effects, and great amp models. I have had the Line 6 XT Live, Line 6 HD500, the Lne 6 HD Pro, the Avid Eleven Rack, and pedals galore...this unit is my favorite.

The first tone you will hear is my take on John Petrucci's intro to Pull Me Under from Dream Theater. For you Petruci heads, you know that John has more than one guitar for the tone of that song. Well, I can do it with one guitar and the Boss GT 100. And I like the Boss's tone better than the John's! I actually nailed the tone exactly, but I did some tweaking by deactivating the speaker simulator and EQ'ing the sound to make it a little more fuller and pristine. The exact tone is not recorded here, but I have metal tones for you to listen to, jazz tones, bluesy, rock, shred, ...a bunch of stuff here. I hope you will take the time to listen to the whole thing, because it is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the tones I have recorded with this unit.

By the way, this is a direct recording tone. No amps are used. I will post another video with the Boss GT 100 being recorded directly to my PA.

I use my Dean MAB 7X for all the guitar playing. One guitar, one Boss GT 100, many, many tones.
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I have been using amp modeling gear for years, from the lowly Behringer V-Amp 2 to the Line 6 POD X3(I took a pass on the HD series - Line 6 rushed it out there door with HUGE issues, both hardware and software, plus they threw us metal guitarists under the bus to feature lots of 'boo-teek' amps that only rich lawyer/'wannabe bluesmen' even care about) to the Digitech GSP1101 rack unit, plus all the computer-based systems like POD Farm, Amplitube, Guitar Rig, etc. I have also used several amp modeling amplifiers over the years. And, yes, I have owned good old-fashioned tube amps as well... The KEY to amp modeling is KNOWING WHAT YOU ARE DOING. I know that's a blow to alot of guitarist's egos(what? musician's have egos?! LOL), but despite all the media hoopla, for a SERIOUS pro-quality tone, amp modeling gear - no matter from what manufacturer - is NOT 'plug-n-play'. You DO have to learn it's nuances and spend some time with it... and frankly, in this day and age of 'I want it all and I want it now', people won't spend the time and make snap judgments that amp modeling 'sucks' or that it's too complicated, saying 'I don't like to fight for my tone'. Well Gomer, the world needs ditch diggers too, so... ;0)

The build quality is there, of course - hey it's a BOSS! I think the phrase 'built like a tank' was invented to describe BOSS gear... there's a reason you find BOSS gear on LOTS of touring pro guitarists rigs, much more so than trendy 'boo-teek' gear - they always WORK and you can buy em anywhere should something need to be replaced(which is rare indeed). It can sound like a million bucks, but if it breaks down every third gig, then it just doesn't matter. You can RELY on BOSS gear.
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