BOSS ME-25 Review
Trust us when we say our instructor Todd Simpson knows a bunch about recording gear, so enjoy his latest review about this inexpensive yet powerful little multi effect unit!
The sleek, black and white design of the ME-25 makes each button, knob, and pedal easy to see and access. Three footswitches, an Expression pedal, four knobs, nine backlit buttons, and enlarged LED panel provide an uncluttered control panel that’s great for any environment — even on dark stages. On top of that sound quality is very good due to COSM (Roland Amp Emulation Technology) as can be seen in the demo videos. Plenty of Bass, presence, etc. Overall a very good sounding unit.
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