The BOSS TE-2 produces satisfyingly rich, spacious echo and ambience effects without overwhelming the guitar's direct tone
The BOSS MO-2 Multi Overtone stomp compliments, thickens and enhances a guitar's core sound
The BOSS DA-2 uses the MDP technology to adapt the distortion and create the best tone for every register
Three new BOSS stomps featuring Roland's Multi-Dimensional Processing technology have been launched
The company that's said to have put the "stomp" in stompbox has detailed three new guitar effects pedals, featuring a new technology called Multi-Dimensional Processing (MDP) developed by its parent company Roland. The TE-2 Tera Echo is a landmark pedal not only because of the new signal processing technology, but also by virtue of it being the one-hundredth BOSS Compact Series model to be released. The MO-2 Multi Overtone uses a guitar's harmonic characteristics to build unique rich sounds that enhance the normal tone. Roland says that the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion unit makes use of the MDP technology to deliver perfect distortion wherever you play on the neck.
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