The BOSS AW-3 Dynamic Wah pedal gives guitarists a wide range of classic auto-wah and dynamic wah effects, plus a new “Humanizer” effect which can simulate human vowel sounds. A Bass input provides a variety of funky wah sounds for bass guitar.
Building on the 20-year legacy of the famous BOSS BF-2, the new BF-3 flanger pedal gives guitarists and bassists an updated version of the classic BOSS flanger with the thickest stereo flanging sounds ever. Two new modes (Ultra and Gate/Pan) create stereo flanging with incredible depth–even Slicer-type effects and sounds that seem to “swirl” around the listener. An instant classic.
A recreation of two classic chorus pedals, the CE-2W from BOSS is intended for use with electric guitars. It provides two modes of chorus and one mode of vibrato in a single stompbox enclosure. The pedal’s Standard mode faithfully reproduces the sound of the original mono CE-2. The dual CE-1 modes, on the other hand, provide the tone and timbre of a vintage CE-1—its stereo chorus and vibrato are both represented here. Furthermore, a couple of additions bring the pedal increased functionality over the original CE-1 and CE-2. Such additions include variable chorus depth control in CE-1 mode, as well as two output jacks for an expanded stereo sound in CE-2 mode, which enables you to route your signal to dual amplifiers, if stereo chorus is your preference. Purchase of this pedal includes a 9V battery.
The minds that brought you the incredibly powerful and popular Eleven Rack rack-based multi-effects and modeling processor have returned with the HeadRush Pedalboard. The unit’s custom-designed quad-core DSP means your tones will sound and feel like plugging directly into the original gear. And integrating the HeadRush into your existing rig, whether for recording or performing, is simple thanks to a wide variety of I/O. Finally, the HeadRush’s 7-inch touchscreen interface is setting a new standard for easy to use. With true-sounding tones, flexible signal routing, and one of the most intuitive workflows out there, the HeadRush Pedalboard is definitely worthy of your attention.