BOSS NS-2 Noise Suppressor/Power Supply Pedal
- Compact noise suppression pedal for eliminating noise and hum in guitar and bass effects and amplifier setups
- Unique noise detection circuit preserves the natural attack and envelope of an instrument's sound
- Threshold and Decay knobs allow for shaping the elimination/suppression as desired
- BOSS 5-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5.75 x 3.50 x 2.50 inches||5.08 x 2.32 x 2.87 inches||4.70 x 3.00 x 2.50 inches||3.00 x 3.00 x 3.00 inches||6.00 x 6.00 x 3.00 inches||5.12 x 2.87 x 2.37 inches|
The NS-2 effectively eliminates the noise and hum of the input signal while preserving the original sound's tonality. The Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor Pedal effectively eliminates noise and hum from the input signal while preserving the original sound's tonality. Natural attack and envelope remain unaffected by suppression of the noise components.
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1. Guitar to NS2 Input
2. NS2 Output to Distortion Input
3. Distortion Output to NS2 Return
4. NS2 Send to other effects (reverb, wah, etc.) or amp.
Other pedals are killed too much noise that even damage the sound of guitar.
In the beginning I thought it is the worst pedal since I used to own a boss mt-2 well you know that ugly hairy distortion is real uncomfortable. Then I thought give it a try since so many friends of mine are using it so I adjusted ns-2 and magic started to happen NS-2 has totally changed my point of view of big brand "boss". Well sometimes they made nice pedals.
As mentioned by others and in the Q&A this isn't a noise reducer, it's not some filtered hum reduction, it's a gate that shuts off the signal at a certain threshold. When you're not strumming any notes, it's pointless to hear that static hum from your speakers. But that static hum is part of what gives your guitar the color of sound it has. Noise has it's place, and when it's put together correctly we call it music. Drowning out the vocalist during their solo isn't one of those places. Dulling your drummers solo with constant static won't get you any points with the band or the crowd. It's worth noting for the sound-novices that this will work against sustain pedals if you chain them incorrectly, or if you don't shut this (true bypass) pedal off.
This pedal is a must-have for noisy pickups. Let the rest of the band be heard over the electric drive of your guitar and effects during quieter songs or parts of songs. Set it up once and forget about it, just have it on all the time and it works wonderfully.