Boss realized that many bass players love their amps and may not need the GT-6B amp/speaker modeling. Also, a lot of bass players love easy-to-access, manual mode effects. So here comes the BOSS ME-50B with world-class bass effects in a rugged floor unit with easy pedal-style control.
The Boss GP-10 puts a universe of amazing tones and tunings at your command, all in one compact processor that's affordable and easy to use. With a Roland GK-compatible pickup on your guitar, the GP-10 lets you transform your sound into numerous classic electric and acoustic guitar types, basses, and even analog-modeled synths, including the legendary Roland GR-300.
The Boss GT-001 packs the acclaimed amps and effects of the flagship GT-100 Version 2.0 in a stylish desktop processor for your home studio or mobile rig. Its small size fits easily into any workspace, while the intuitive interface makes it simple to dial up world-class tones for recording and practice.
Delivering class-leading sound, feel, and versatility, the Boss GT-1000 ushers in a new era of musical performance in guitar amp/effects processors. This premium tone machine features 32-bit AD/DA and 32-bit/96 kHz internal processing--an industry first in this category--along with an ultra-fast custom DSP engine that powers a host of innovative BOSS guitar technologies.
The Boss GT-1B Bass Multi-Effects Processor gives bass players a massive range of pro tone-shaping power in a small and robust package. Backed by BossÃ¢ÂÂs flagship sound engine, you have full access to a huge selection of bass-optimized amps and effects for stage and studio playing.
Ultra-portable and easy to use, the Boss GT-1 delivers pro-level tones everywhere you play. Driven by the powerful BOSS GT-series engine, it gives you access to a huge selection of world-class amps and effects for all types of music.
The Boss GT-100 is a mega multi-FX pedal with next-generation amp modeling. The long-awaited follow up to the GT-10 has arrived. Meet the Boss effects flagship, the GT-100, boasting next-generation amp modeling that recreates vintage amps as well as providing COSM tones that soar into the future.
Korg Inc. is a Japanese multinational company that makes electronic musical instruments, audio processors and guitar pedals, recording equipment, and electronic tuners. Korg was founded in 1963 in Tokyo by Tsutomu Kato and Tadashi Osanai as Keio Gijutsu Kenkyujo Ltd.(it later became Keio Electronic Laboratories) and their first product, released in 1963, was an electronic drum machine - the Donca Matic DA-20. In 1967 the company developed an organ - sold as the KORG and this became the companies overall brand name. In 1973 they designed their first synth the Korg miniKORG and by the 1980s Korg were making electric pianos. In 1992 they acquired Vox - best known for its guitar amplifiers and under this brand they make guitar amplifiers and electric guitars.
The Boss ME-5 Guitar Multiple Effects unit was introduced in 1988 as the companies first multi-effects floor unit. The ME-5 is a versatile effect device that includes five different effects, each with its own footswitch:
Vesta Fire was a brand name of the Shiino Musical Instrument Corporation (who also used the Vestax brand). Vesta Fire effects were made from around 1982 to the early 1990s. There were Vesta Fire effects pedals as well as a rack mounted modular effects system.
JOYO TECHNOLOGY is a Chinese company specializing in R&D, manufacturing and marketing digital products for music education. There are two brands under JOYO TECH: JOYO and Dr. J. Their main products include: Effects Pedals, Guitar Amplifiers, Tube Amplifiers, Rock House, Metronomes, Tuners, EQ systems, Drum Practice Pads, Pedal Controllers, Synthesizers, E-Erhus, Wireless Systems, Audio Cables, and Portable Power Supplies.
The Biyang brand was launched in 2003 as an affordable guitar effects range made in Shanxi province, China. In 2007 Biyang launched the Tone Fancier range - with mirror surfaced matching stainless steel control panels. The Biyang Baby Boom pedals were released in 2010 - these were miniature colorful pedals. In 2012 Biyang released the Classical Series, with pedals based on iconic designs of the past (e.g. the Biyang DS-12 is modelled on the 1980s RAT distortion pedal). 2015 saw the launch of the Biyang Live Master series - a modular pedal board multifx system.
Akai Professional entered the electronic music industry in 1984, since then, Akai Professional have developed a range of products for modern musicians both in studio and on stage. Although best known for their digital sampling technology, they also make guitar effects and even developed a short lived range of guitars and basses in the late 1990s.