Boss GT-6 Guitar Effects Processor Reviews
Product Type: Boss guitars and bass guitars
Description:Brand: Boss / Type: Guitar Accessories / 24-bit converters and coaxial digital output for recording applications. 30 COSM amp models, plus new Distortion/Overdrive Pedal Modeling (15 types) and Wah Modeling (5 types).
Newest Review: ... of other pedals. The sound quality from this beast is pretty damn awesome. I had always been scared of these amp simulators ... more
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Last Update 19.12.2013 16:18
Customer Boss GT-6 Guitar Effects Processor Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
To get this amp simulator you're going to have to dig out a hefty £200 (at least) which is approaching the cost of a low end amplifier! I'm not even going to draw it out for you, it's worth it! Get this thing! What you're looking at is your dream tones all at the click of a button (and a little patience to work out the tones etc). This pedal has everything a budding guitarist coud dream of having inside their amplifier. From chorus to delay, I only wish I got this pedal board BEFORE I spend a couple of hundred quid on my collection of other pedals. The sound quality from this beast is pretty damn awesome. I had always been scared of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
This pedal was Boss's flagship fx pedal a number of years ago and has since been replaced by the gt10 etc. When I purchased this pedal this pedal was up against line 6 pods, I chose this pedal as i believed the sound quality to be much higher. For this review I will split the sections into parts of the pedal including construction, amp modelling, fx and general notes. Construction This pedal is a serious piece of kit meant for abuse on the live circuit. The pedal is built from metal and heavy rubber, underneath are rubber stopper to stop it slipping around. The pedals are plastic but feel very solid. The edges are all rounded with no sharp corners ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09, updated on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 352 readings)
A Guide To The Boss GT-6 Guitar Effects Processor ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I spent a fair few years working in guitar shops before moving on to other pursuits, so feel I may be able to shed a little light onto the workings of the Boss GT-6 and hopefully make potential buyers aware of some of the potential pros and cons... I'd also like to also explain a few aspects of the GT-6 that may be a little confusing to guitarist's who're relatively unfamiliar with digital guitar effects -but want to know if they're missing out by not having a GT-6... GT-6 DESCRIPTION (with my comments) Firstly -the GT-6 is a ... Read the complete review
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