Boss eq in effects loop

Here are some of the things the V2 update will do:
• Two new amp models: BGNR UB Metal and ORNG Rock Reverb
• New MDP effects powered by innovative BOSS technology: Tera Echo, Overtone, and A-DIST
• Rotary 2 and Acoustic Guitar Simulator effects types added
• Monophonic guitar-to-MIDI conversion from normal 1/4-inch guitar input
• Enhanced USB audio/MIDI interface with multi-channel operation for flexible recording and efficient re-amping
• Support for BOSS TONE STUDIO editor/librarian for Mac/Windows and new GT-100 Version patches, available for free at
• Version software available as a free download for all GT-100 owners

Hi, sorry for my late reply. The Fender BJ has a typical Fender tone. Lots of headroom, mild mids scoop and a fairly bright tone. The Laney has more mids, a darker tone and less headroom, although it plays fairly clean on lower gain settings. The tone is closer to a Marshall/Hiwatt. So, it’s really two different sounding amps. For Gilmour’s tones, you could go either way, but I would perhaps recommend the Laney. It’s more versatile I think and it also works nicely with most pedals. None of these really need biasing but get matched pairs. Good luck with the project!

Boss eq in effects loop

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