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Boss RC-300 Loop Station

by Boss
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  • Features -
  • Three stereo tracks with dedicated footswitches and controls for each
  • Dedicated fader per track
  • Expression pedal for effects control in real time
  • Up to three hours of internal recording and 99 onboard memories
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Boss RC-300 Loop Station + Boss PSA-120S Power Adapter + Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable with Right Angle Plug, 0.5 feet (3-pack)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 21 x 76 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005P4NVJI
  • Item model number: USED004000 RC-300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,482 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 24, 2011

Product Description

Who doesn't want a looper? How about a more powerful looper? When searching for loop pedals the BOSS RC-300 is the king of the hill. Not only can you record and playback tracks, but you get complete control three separate stereo tracks. The RC-300 gives you control over a master expression pedal, a 3-channel mixer, each channel's volume control, MIDI ins and outs, and 16 onboard effects optimized for looping. You can record up to three hours of continuous music to the internal memory, and add effects on the fly. Save your loops for use later via USB. You can also import and export back-up tracks in WAV file format. If you are looking for a looper that does it all and then some, the BOSS RC-300 is the box for you.


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Nice loop station.
Flamenquita
You seriously don't have to be a genius to begin using it, and the manual is great for the times you need to figure something out.
Gregory E. Johnson
Built like a tank.
Stacey W. McCoy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Gregory E. Johnson on June 23, 2013
I bought my RC-300 Boss Looper 3 weeks ago. I was able to mix loops and record songs on it the day after I bought it. The basic function of the RC-300 is intuitive. You seriously don't have to be a genius to begin using it, and the manual is great for the times you need to figure something out. The manual is not designed to read cover to cover. Just go to the index to find your interest then go to the corresponding page/pages. For me, I've finally found a machine that will allow me to record my ideas and work them out fully. With 3 hours of recording time and the ability to download via usb to a computer it suits my needs.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Frank R. on July 2, 2012
If I'd known this, I wouldn't have bought it.

My idea was to loop both vocals and electric guitar. You can do that--but either your voice is going to come out the guitar amp, or your guitar will be coming out the PA. I mean, you can designate a track to come out a certain output, either sub or main, but the inputs, your original voice and guitar, is always going to come out the same place. Boss customer support suggests I buy an effects processor with an amp modeling capability and thus make my PA act like a guitar amp, but nothing is going to recreate the sound of four ten-inch speakers and a stack of tubes. And don't even talk to me about a bass guitar amp.

So yeah, this is great with an acoustic guitar, and I'll use it for the electric guitar and give up the capability to loop vocals. It is a considerable improvement over the RC-30 in that the switchology is much more straightforward; you can focus on your song instead of where your foot goes next. The manual is mediocre but most settings are pretty intuitive. The sound is fabulous; no hint of loss or distortion in the recorded loops. Synchronization is great; easy to create consistent loops. Drum machine is great. Hell, maybe I would have bought it--but the main reason I upgraded from the RC-30 was to have that extra capability of separating the vocals and guitar, and I'm disappointed that I can't.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Eckert on February 22, 2014
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Super fun device. Difficult to get at first compared to something like a Line 6 DL4 but way more capable. Sturdy construction silent pedals. Great buy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Frank Seymour on October 2, 2013
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Have only had the RC-300 for a couple of weeks and already putting together some great tunes. It will take me a long time to learn all the little ins and outs of efficient track switching and putting together songs with 2 or 3 parts i.e. intro, main body, chorus and switching seamlessly between the parts but so far so good. I believe my guitar playing has already improved by being able to play along with the RC 300 on all the different parts of my compositions. The effects are good but I am mainly only using reverb, chorus, and delay for the acoustic stuff I am doing but flanger and phaser and heavy distortion don't sound that good on acoustic and aren't really in my bag of tricks yet. The rythmn section is also very versatile but I had to buy a couple FS6 foot switches to get a little more functionality to switch between beats and change effects. Highly recommend this machine.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JAMES ONEIL on November 3, 2013
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It's Boss quality. Well built - I used it for 1/2 hour before returning it so I can't speak about longevity. I have been using a Boss Loop Station RC-3 which is a great loop pedal. The RC-3 has 2 input channels (A + B) and 2 output channels (A + B). When using 2 sound sources, the signal going into Input A comes out Output A only. The signal going into Input B comes out Output B only. Simple. Perfect. I connect output A from the Boss RC-3 to the mixer in a channel set up (EQ, reverb, etc.) for my acoustic guitar. Output B goes to another channel in the mixer set up for the djembe.
So why upgrade?
The RC-300 has a dedicated mic input with phantom power. That's cool. With the Boss RC-3, I have to use adapters to change from XLR to 1/4 for the djembe mic. It's a little ugly, but it's functional.
With the RC-300 I would be able to delete/overdub/stop/start the guitar and djembe tracks independently. The RC-3 has only 1 start stop pedal that controls both A and B.
With the RC-300, I could record a loop containing 4 bars of djembe, then record a 12-bar guitar phrase and the RC-300 would keep it all in sync. Very nice. To do that with the RC-3, I have to record a 12-bar loop for the djembe then record the 12-bar guitar part.
With the RC-300, I could plug in 2 guitars (acoustic + electric) and the djembe.
So what's the deal breaker?
I prefer to create all sounds live and not use the pre-recording features of the RC-300. I know I could show up to a gig with 99 pre-recorded bass, drum, rhythm tracks you name it. And the sound would be fantastic. Nah, not for me. I want to input an acoustic guitar, electric guitar and djembe. The RC-300 can do that. BUT the RC-300 can't take the 3 inputs and route them individually to 3 separate outputs.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Blues guitarist on April 30, 2013
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I have just had mine for a month and did a gig with it already. It took me a while to figure out how to get the tracks into separate channels on my mixer, and some of the other features, but it is much easier to work with live than my RC-50. Bringing in the phrases with one touch is a major improvement. The sound quality is excellent, and with the 3 hour memory I can now record some entire songs but still make it seem all live and not like a recording. I don't use the expression pedal, and one suggestion would be to make it the start/stop pedal. The actual one is a little hard to hit sometimes. But overall its great!
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