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Boss ME-25


$170.00 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact enough to fit into a crowded stage, easy to pack away. Covers the most-desired effects and lots of extras. Good response, reacts right away without any kind of pause.

The Cons:Doesn't have memory selection, need to set up the patches individually each time.

The Boss ME-25 is a multi-effects guitar pedal. This is similar to the Boss ME-20, but uses an expanded library of sounds and a number of knobs to achieve better control over the effects being created.

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A USB interface is also now included, which enables connection to Cakewalk SONAR 8.5 LE software (included) and a large database of sounds. The interface allows for fast sound editing using drive, tone and level knobs along with an expression pedal. A Super Stack mode can be switched on any time to add heavy low-end support to the audio. 38 seconds of recording time is available for creating loops, and a built-in AUX port enables sampling and jamming with external devices.

Features

  • COSM amp models onboard
  • User-friendly interface
  • Sound Library by category and variation
  • Sounds editing with Drive, Tone, Level knobs, Expression pedal
  • Super Stack
  • Phrase Loop, 38 seconds of recording time
  • USB audio interface
  • Built-in AUX input
  • 6 AA batteries or AC adaptor
  • Includes Cakewalk SONAR 8.5 LE software, downloadable Librarian software

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    compact enough to fit into a crowded stage, easy to pack away

  • 1

    covers the most-desired effects and lots of extras

  • 1

    good response, reacts right away without any kind of pause

  • 1

    output quality is clear and distinct, no distortion and keeps the guitar's richness

  • 1

    headphone out perfect for warming up and practicing

  • 0

    versatile design makes it useful for a wide variety of settings

Cons
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    doesn't have memory selection, need to set up the patches individually each time

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