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Boss Announce New SY-300 Guitar Synthesizer Effects Unit

If you have ever heard the Roland GR-55 then you know how awesome Guitar Synthesizer effects can be. The SY-300 can turn your guitar into a fat, analog synthesizer without any special pickup or modifications. Just simply plug and play.

 

What Roland have to say…

Explore New Dimensions of Sound with Any Guitar

Grab your favorite axe and dive into an extraordinary world of sound creation with the SY-300 Guitar Synthesizer. The SY-300 can be used with all your guitars right away, with no special pickup required—just plug into the standard 1/4-inch jack and play! Thanks to revolutionary new BOSS technology, you’re able to explore fat, analog-style polyphonic synth sounds with zero latency, seamlessly extending the natural expressiveness and familiar feel of your own instrument. In addition, you can shape your normal guitar with the synth’s filters, amps, and LFOs to create all sorts of cool sounds never heard before. From unique lead textures to rich, evocative soundscapes, the SY-300 brings untapped dimensions of inspiration and creativity to your music.

  • Plug into the standard 1/4-inch jack and play rich and expressive polyphonic synth tones with any guitar
  • Completely latency-free playing feel directly connects your hands with the sound
  • Three simultaneous synth sections and four effects processors enable rich, dynamic, and diverse sound creation
  • Shape your normal guitar tone with synth filters, amplifiers, and LFOs to create all-new sounds
  • Graphic LCD display, three assignable footswitches, and dedicated on/off footswitch
  • 70 ready-to-play preset patches and 99 user patches for storing custom sounds
  • Create and archive sounds on your computer with the BOSS Tone Studio editor/librarian and download new sounds at BOSS Tone Central
  • Works with bass and other electronic instruments as well

 

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Available to preorder now at Sound Affects Premier

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