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post Aug 9 2014, 01:02 PM
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Anyone can help me understanding Boss Gt-8 multieffect processor?
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post Aug 9 2014, 01:27 PM
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Hello

I do not own it, but found this original manual in pdf, hope that helps!
BOSS GT-8 Manual


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post Aug 9 2014, 02:59 PM
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Been a while since I played one, I do remember the panel was designed just like a real guitar chain so start testing with the left corner for core guitar tone (including the overdrive,delay etc. section, pretty much like a home setup).

The right side though if you have no experience with processors do need a little manual reading but I'm sure you'll get the logic quick cause the routing isn't extremely flexible.

Oh and by the way, I think its excellent for gigs smile.gif


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post Aug 9 2014, 03:44 PM
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start here, there is always much time needed to understand these things . The only way is to spend time learning !
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post Aug 9 2014, 06:18 PM
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Fine vid!! smile.gif Great pull there. As crsn says, it really does take some time. Most multi pedals really require a lot of hands on. Start with one set of fx, like distortions, go through all of them, change all the knobs related and then move on to the next set. It take a while but it's the only way to find out what tones are actually in the device.

When I get a new device, I usually spend several days trying every effect, twisting every knob. It's tedious. It's time consuming. But like practicing guitar, it pays off smile.gif

I've owned one of the boss multi boxes and here is a playthrough vid I made testing out various tones. It's a quick run through of whats in the box.




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start here, there is always much time needed to understand these things . The only way is to spend time learning !


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