WNAMM09: Boss Unveils ME-70 Guitar MultiFX

GB Floorboard Processor offers new technology, same simplicity as ME-50      16/01/09

WNAMM09: Boss Unveils ME-70 Guitar MultiFX


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BOSS has announced the new ME-70 guitar multiple effects processor. Here's what they have to say about it...
Building on the popular ME-50, the ME-70 is a floor-based processor that offers the compact design and simplicity of a stompbox. With dedicated knobs for each section, a new, high-quality COSM engine derived from the GT-10, and added EZ Tone and Phrase Loop features, the ME-70 is the ultimate easy-to-use floorboard powerhouse.
In addition to its superb Overdrive/Distortion section, the ME-70 now features a new Preamp section with the latest sound-modelling COSM engine for the most natural response and sound quality. The ME-70 is made to play, and the hardware now adds a fourth footswitch for even more real-time effects control.
The ME-70's dedicated knobs for each effect section allow full, fast control over sound creation, just like a stompbox. The knobs make the ME-70 incredibly easy to use compared to traditional multi-effects units. Users will also love the new Phrase Loop function for sound-on-sound creation, with up to 38 seconds of recording time. Its EZ Tone function allows for fast and easy tone creation via simple effects presets, so players of any level can create superb tones of any genre within seconds.
With a friendly design and unprecedented tone creation capabilities via COSM and EZ Tone, the ME-70 will be an essential live performance piece for guitarists. Plus, it will bring a diverse array of world-class COSM tones to any studio recording.
Pricing and Availability:
The ME-70 is scheduled to ship in February, 2009. More information:


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