Los Angeles, CA, January 18, 2007 —BOSS is proud to announce the FZ-5 Fuzz Pedal. This modern pedal is built for the modern guitarist, but the sounds you can get from the FZ-5 are pure retro. Looking back at the glorious rock sounds of the ’60s and ’70s, the FZ-5 recreates its vintage fuzz through BOSS state-of-the-art COSM® modeling.

Recall the fuzz-filled flavors of classic pedals such as the Maestro FZ-1A, Fuzz Face, and Octavia pedals, and kick ’em into overdrive with the FZ-5’s Boost knob.

BOSS’ proprietary COSM modeling technology allows guitar players to recreate classic fuzz BOOST control for more aggressive tone.

Housed in BOSS’ classic indestructible compact pedal design, the new FZ-5 is the perfect weapon for players wanting to beef up their rigs with classic retro fuzz artillery.

*This product is a modeling device. The musical instruments modeled by this product, and any related trademarks, are solely for the purpose for identification, and have not been endorsed, authorized, licensed or sponsored by their owners or manufacturers.

Los Angeles, CA, January 18, 2007—BOSS is proud to introducing a unique and exciting new type of overdrive pedal that reacts to the intensity of your performance: the DN-2 Dyna Drive. This new BOSS offering comes equipped with the acclaimed Dyna Amp technology recently introduced in Roland’s popular CUBE-60 amp.

This road rugged overdrive lets you create unique tone transitions based on picking dynamics. It's possible to get a transparent clean output sound by playing softly, or a powerful heavy overdrive sound by picking aggressively.

For players looking for a unique way to add expression to their performances, the new DN-2 is the perfect answer.

Austin, TX, July 27, 2007—One of the most beloved echo effects ever made, the Roland RE-201 Space Echo, has been reborn as the BOSS RE-20 Twin Pedal. In this new stompbox, BOSS has recreated every sonic detail and nuance of the original providing users the warm, unpredictable and highly tweakable retro sounds of the RE-201.

The original Roland RE-201, commonly known as the Space Echo, was an analog delay effects unit produced in the 70’s. Despite its age the Space Echo is still widely sought after and used by many bands today. Now, thanks to new RE-20, Roland’s coveted 201 sounds are available to anyone.

This new twin-pedal features spot-on simulation of the famous Roland 201 with the spacious analog tone of the original Space Echo, including selection of the original 12 Space Echo modes. Faithful modeling of the 201’s tape flutter and magnetic head saturation give this new box an authentic tone while a tap input pedal allows guitarists to set the time by foot for ease of use.

Thanks to advanced technology, the RE-20’s warm and gritty delay time is even longer than the original.
An optional expression pedal like the BOSS FS-500L allow users to control parameters such as REPEAT RATE, INTENSITY and more, all in realtime.

Austin, TX, July 27, 2007—BOSS offers effects power and tone just for bass with the ME-20B, a powerful multi-effects unit optimized for live performance. With the same performance-based design as its guitar-focused ME-20 counterpart, the ME-20B is aimed at the performing bassist who wants stage-friendly effects and solid construction at an affordable price. Mix, match, and customize a wide variety of effects, including compressor, overdrive,distortion, T-Wah, phaser, flanger, chorus, delay, reverb, defretter, synth, and more.

This new performance based processor features a newly designed super tough metal chassis complete with 3 foot switches, 5 realtime control knobs, and an expression pedal. The EZ Edit feature allows preset effect templates to be selected which call up entire effect settings with the turn of a single knob. A BASS ENHANCE function provides an instant presence boost.

In addition to the realtime performance-based operation, 30 user memory locations are available allowing players to store their favorite sounds for easy retrieval during practice and performance.

Battery or AC operated; the ME-20B Multiple Effects Processor allows musician’s to take it anywhere, anytime.

Austin, TX, July 27, 2007—Weighing in at just under 12 lbs. Roland’s new Cube Street amp is the perfect solution for street musicians, coffee shops, rehearsal rooms, or anywhere space is at a premium. The latest addition to Roland’s popular Cube amp series, this new Cube Street amp offers a powerful sound at an affordable price.

Available in black or red, the Cube Street features two powerful 6.5 inch Neodymium speakers, a sleek slanted cabinet design for maximum amplification in an open-air setting, and two separate inputs for mic and guitar.

Boasting 15 hours of battery life and a feature set that includes two channels-one for mics and one for instruments-8 COSM amps, 6 digital effects, EQ and Delay/Rev on each channel, true stereo sound  and an onboard chromatic tuner, the Cube Street takes up where the world famous Micro Cube left off.

“Our Micro Cube has been hugely popular from the beginning and continues to be so,” reports Roland Division Manager Peter Swiadon. “To date we’ve sold nearly 400,000 Micro Cubes. The Cube Street is an obvious evolution for us. With an extended feature set, punched- up power and a longer battery life, the Cube Street gives the coffee house and street musician’s exactly what they’ve wanted.”

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