The guys at Boss pedals have launched an online survey. When you fill it out, you automatically enter for a chance to win a TE-2 Tera Echo, the company's 100th pedal! If you get a chance, take a moment to tell the company about your history with Boss pedals.
You don't have to be surf-rock legend Dick Dale to appreciate a touch of reverb on your guitar's signal. Even a smattering of reverb adds character and generally makes things sound warmer, friendlier and twangier, all while fooling your poor brain into thinking you're rocking out in a fan-packed stadium.
From bank-breaking record advances and extravagant arena tours to non-stop parties and girls dancing on cars, a guitarist's gear in the '80s had to be just as over-the-top as his look, whether he was sporting spandex or a nail-spiked armband.
Be sure to hang with GuitarWorld.com this coming Friday, January 25, for a live stream of the Boss Loop Station 3 World Championship. The live stream will kick off 6:45 p.m. PST (9:45 p.m. EST), direct from the House of Blues in Anaheim, California, during Winter NAMM 2013 weekend.
This week at the 2013 Winter NAMM Show, Boss announced three new "next-generation" compact pedals featuring the company's Multi-Dimensional Processing (MDP): the TE-2 Tera Echo, DA-2 Adaptive Distortion. and MO-2 Multi Overtone.
BOSS is hosting the 3rd Annual BOSS Loop Station U.S. Finals, which will be broadcast live from Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California, on GuitarTV.com. A roster of musicians and music industry leaders will crown the best looper in America as contestants compete for their spot on the world stage of looping.