Boss Reveals EURUS GS-1
Boss’ newest electric guitar, EURUS GS-1 can now be programmed via Bluetooth. You can also tweak its parameters such as tone and depth depending on your music taste.
Boss’s GS-1 Electric Guitar is Programmable Via BluetoothEngadget reported in another story that the latest Boss e-guitar can now be programmed through Bluetooth. First, you need to access the application, which can be operated on Android and iOS platforms. According to the guitar manufacturer, users can now enjoy various synth types, so they could fully maneuver the right mix of tone and other factors according to their taste. Before testing in the live stage, the users could freely tweak some changes in the setup, so they could know the best combination of sounds that they want to achieve. Going back to Bluetooth, the EURUS GS-1 features an EV-1 WL wireless midi pedal which the user needs to do all the setup. If the player wants to explore the filter depth and pitch blend, he/she could simply adjust them through the toe switch. The Hamamatsu-headquartered company mentioned that the newest electric guitar has a Gotoh hardware that is designed for a “smooth tremolo action and solid tuning stability with a two-point fulcrum and staggered-height locking machine heads.” On top of that, its lightweight look will not give you the hassle but only the comfort that you want to have while playing it. For those who want to have this guitar, you need to wait until October to buy this guitar. It will cost you $2,000.
Boss MKII AmplifierSpeaking of Boss, you can also check the Katana guitar amplifiers that remain as a recommended product until this day.
The Katana-50 MKII will allow the user to connect it through a USB. Upon accessing its additional features via Boss Tone Studio, you can now test several simulations of its mic.
Written by Joseph Henry