The Boss DS-1 is a distortion pedal for guitar, manufactured by the Roland Corporation under the brand name Boss since 1978. The first distortion unit made by Boss, it has become a classic effect, used by many notable guitar players. Boss produced a successor, the DS-2.
The SD-1 Super OverDrive pedal produces the warm, natural distortion of an overdriven tube amplifier while maintaining the subtle nuances of a player's picking technique. This is one of BOSS' more subtle and smooth overdrive pedals, perfect for blues and rock.
The DS-2 Turbo Distortion features twin modes for an expanded range of distortion--taking users from blues-rock rhythms to searing leads at the press of a pedal or twist of a knob. This is the upgraded version of the DS-1 that offers twin modes over the single mode of the DS-1
The CS-3 Compression Sustainer pedal compresses louder signals while boosting lower signals, providing smooth sustain without degrading the original sound quality. This is the perfect pedal for guitarists and bassists who want to sound their best.
Since they released the RC-20 Loop Station back in 2001, BOSS has led the way by continually pushing looping boundaries. Though they’ve been used and enjoyed the world over by all kinds of artists and performers, BOSS has always pursued a simpler solution. The RC-1 is a straight-up looper that's easy to operate.
The Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor Pedal effectively eliminates noise and hum from the input signal while preserving the original sound's tonality. Natural attack and envelope remain unaffected by suppression of the noise components.
The BD-2 Blues Driver delivers the creamy, yet crunchy sound associated with great blues guitar. This popular pedal provides instant access to the kind of warm overdrive and emotive distortion usually reserved for 30-year-old tube amps.
The BOSS GE-7 Graphic Equaliser lets you shape your sound and eliminate frequencies causing feedback. Its seven band EQ ranges from 100Hz to 6.4kHz with a powerful 15dB boost/cut per band This lets you dial in a range of tones, letting you stand out from the mix when you want to, or even blend in with other instruments more effectively.