Boss reveals multi-effect processor and tuners at NAMM

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bossA major drawback of multi-effect processors is that they are digital. The sound coming out of them usually lacks the analog warmth. The ME-70 is easy to use, has knobs for every parameter so you can edit your sound quickly. The ME-70 also has a COSM Preamp which will provide the proper signal strength I guess.

Click here for more on the ME-70.

Click here for the NAMM show.

Tuners now.

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TU-1000: Professional Stage Tuner
Featuring a huge, striking, high-intensity LED meter for visibility on dark stages or outdoors, the flagship TU-1000 offers ultra-smooth, accurate motion and superior brightness to make tuning fast and easy.

TU-12EX: Chromatic Tuner for Guitar and Bass
A direct descendant of the legendary TU-12, the TU-12EX features the famous BOSS needle-type meter and LED tuning guide in a sleek thin-line body and compact size.

TU-12BW: Chromatic Tuner for Brass and Wind
The TU-12BW features an expanded tuning range to correspond to a wide range of brass and wind instruments and the famous BOSS needle-type meter and LED tuning guide.

TU-88: Micro Monitor and Tuner
In addition to authentic BOSS’ tuner and metronome features, the TU-88 features a built-in headphone amplifier, so players can directly monitor or record sounds from stomp boxes or electric guitars with the built-in speaker simulator.

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