That’s it? The final boss of the game? THOSE PUZZLES TOOK ME NIN-
That’s it? The final boss of the game? THOSE PUZZLES TOOK ME NIN-
-Yeah, that sounds great, man.
-Sweet. So let’s talk about the BOSS Nextone amplifiers. I’ve got the “Stage” 40 watts here. Cool, I’ve got the “Artist” 80 watt version. They’re really cool, it’s a new concept from BOSS. Typically, a normal amp would have one power amp circuit in there, which dictates how the amp feels, -Responds, absolutely.
-Yeah, all of that stuff. So this has got 4 analog class AB power amp circuits built into it. So you’ve got your 6V6, 6L6, EL84 and your EL34 in there. So that kind of American clean stuff, right through to British rock stuff I guess. Absolutely. So we’ve got using the latest evolution of Tube Logic, using some discrete analog solid state circuitry, which means that every time you change the power amp selection, totally revoices the amp from input to output. And that’s really cool because then it gives you that authentic feel, from whichever guitar you use, if you use Telecasters, the pickups,
the touch and the feel and all that stuff… -Every kind of nuance is coming through.
-Exactly. Like you would, when you use the actual 6V6 amplifier,
for instance, and that’s really cool. I’m really digging this lower wattage 6V6 thing at the minute, it’s giving me that kind of sponginess,
and that really nice clean thing happening. -That Princeton kind of vibe…
-Yeah, absolutely, really sounds… -Yeah man, it sounds super nice,
-Sounds so great. and I’m on the EL84, get more Voxy type thing, and it’s really cool how, when you set it to the tube, to that power section, how it actually inspires you
to play those kind of things. -Like you would do, when you plug into a Vox amp…
-Yeah, you play the amp. -Exactly, so like this… -Sounds great, man.
-Yeah, it sounds… and feels like it as well. So you did some sound examples just today with the amp today right,
and used some pedals as well? What was that like? Really cool, I used the SD-1W pushing at the front end of the EL34, a little bit more Marshally I guess, and the front end reacts exactly how you would want, front end of a tube amp reacts to be honest that
nice natural compression and sustain. So you’ve got clean tone. Kick that with the pedal. -Oh… that’s nice, man.
-Sounds good, doesn’t it? The first thing you’ll notice, is that it’s set up incredibly intuitively, it’s just like a normal amp to be honest, there’s no kinda menus to cycle through. it’s just pretty straight forward and very easy to get your head around. And there’s two, so there’s the “Stage”, which is 40 watts, and there’s the “Artist” which is 80 watts. And they’ve both got one 12” inch speaker in them, very light, very portable, and powerful enough basically for any scenario. Yeah, absolutely. This is a 2 channel amp, we’ve got really cool a couple of features as well, with the boost and the tone switches on the top and the foot switch. Pretty self explanatory really, with the boost you’re going to get some extra level or some distortion, and with the tone, it either fatten things up, or if you’re on the clean channel,
it give you a nice sparkle, little bit like a bright switch. OK, well let me demonstrate, see what it sounds like, I’m on the clean channel now, I’m on the 6L6 setting and this is what that sounds like… So if I engage the boost, which will add crunch, it sounds like this… -Which is really cool.
-Sweet. And if I’m on the lead channel, which is gonna be more gainy… It’ll add more distortion when I kick in the boost, so it sounds like this… -Yeah, it’s great, isn’t it?
-Nice. Awesome. So I’m looking at the tone, so similar kind of vibe, you kick the tone in on the clean channel, like I said, it’s gonna be a little bit like a bright switch,
just sparkles things up little bit, so clean tone… Kick the tone switch in… Just a little bit of sparkle and top end, then on the lead channel,
it’s just gonna add a bit of fatness. Kick it in… -Sweet, man.
-Really cool. So there’s loads of versatility in the amp, it’s got 2 channels, but if you combine the boost and the tone, you’ve actually got 8 tones in total, to play with. That’s quite a lot. But let’s have a look at the rest of the features. This is a really cool feature. Notice the “Power Control”. So obviously, valve amps, tube amps tend to sound best when they’re really cranked. But obviously depending on the situation, that’s not always entirely practical, but you can actually dial this back to half the wattage, Or more bedroom friendly stuff, you can really turn it back to 1/2 a watt. -Which is a great little feature.
-Yeah, good for home, isn’t it? So you’ve got some cool effects in here, you’ve got reverb of course, then delay, and tremolo, and on the back of the amp, there’s a foot switchable effects loop as well. And this tremolo sounds really cool. -Nice man, sounds really warm, doesn’t it?
-Yeah, nice and warm. Take a look at the back panel, we’ve actually got speaker out. So say for example you’re on the EL34 setting, and you want to get that full stack experience, you can run that into a 4×12. -And really crank it up.
-And you’ve also got recording out, you’ve got a headphone out, and you’ve got a USB out on the back as well. So talking about the USB in the back, you can use it for home recording, you can use it for re-amping, and you can also connect it to the editor, which I’m gonna show you in a minute. So jumping over to the power amp selection, on the left hand side we’ve got 6V6, which is more lower wattage, think Fender Princeton, something like a Deluxe Reverb maybe, lower wattage, nice organic compression under the fingers. Then over to the 6L6, think maybe more Fender Bassman, Twin, high headroom, stiffer under the fingers, I guess. But if we take a look at the 6V6, like I said quite organic, quite spongy, that really nice American sound. Really cool sound. What’s on there for the British stuff? I’ve got on the British side, you’ve got the EL84, which is kind of Voxy, AC30, like toppy and Brian May kind of sound. And then you’ve got your EL34 on the other side, which is more your Marshally tone, so like 1959 that kind of tone, so if I give you a few examples, like… -Sweet.
-Yeah, so you’ve got the idea, right? Normally you’re stuck with whatever amp it is you’re using, but having those 4 different power amp selections, it’s just a great way to experience different amps, having your clean channel as the American sound, 6L6 for that kind of pristine clean stuff, through to your dirty British stuff will be EL34, -it’s creating this personal, call it dream amp, it’s a really cool concept.
-Yeah, all in one amp as well. -But anyway, let’s just have a jam.
-Let’s have a jam.
Hey guys, Bob from Better Music here with
the Brand new Boss GT-1 Guitar Effects Processor. I’m gob smacked at this thing, over 80 useable
effects in here, it’s got the engine from the GT-100, Boss’ flagship multi-effects processor
and it’s got this EASY Editing feature which is really cool for the beginning player, all
the way up to professional level, it’s just fantastic, the customisation on this thing
is just awesome. So, check it out! So I’m going to take you through five of the
sounds that I’ve created with the GT-1, now I’ve had it for about a day, so I’ve spent
a little bit of time with it, just making some really useable patches. I’ve also added into the control here an
overdrive for a lead sound, so I’ll start with this, this is like a classic country
setting, tweed amp, little bit of slapback delay, so check it out! Add the drive… It sounds fantastic, I love that sound. So the next one I’m going to take you through
is a very, very handy feature for the working musician, it’s an acoustic simulator. So this one here I’ve been on the most, I
reckon, this is my favourite so far. So rich… So a very useable feature and very useable
sound. I’ll go through the next one. I set this one up because I’m a massive Judas
Priest fan, so I thought I’d set up a Judas Priest sound. So Marshall stack sort of sound, with a little
bit of chorus. Now with the control I’ve added a boost with
the chorus, so you’ll hear a big difference. That’s a lot of fun, that one! Alright so guys the next sound that I’ve created
is I guess a Dead Kennedy sound, I’m a big fan of the Dead Kennedys and East Bay Ray,
He’s known for having a really thin tone. So out of humbuckers it’s a bit hard to get,
but there’s a feature in here that emulates a single coil sound, again a very useable
feature for the working muso. On the expression pedal I’ve actually turned
the delay on, so if I wind that back the delay is off. There’s also a drive in this section here
as well which is a cool feature. So I’ll take you through it. So a very cool sound. The next one I’ll take you through, again
this is a really cool idea for guitarists that don’t want to take multiple guitars on
the road, but want to have different tunings and things, so I’ve set it up like a heavier
sound, with a pitch shifter on there, so in the closed position the expression pedal is
in standard tuning, when I open the pedal it goes down a step and a half, so down to
C sharp standard, which again is a really cool feature. I’ve also added a bit of boost here in the
control, so have a listen. So that’s a really, really handy feature as
well. And lastly, good old delay, everybody loves
delay, so what I’ve done is I’ve just created a patch here where it’s the classic Roland
JC-120 sound, one of my favourite clean sounds, with a stereo delay with a tap tempo here,
I’ve also added a volume here, again being able to use it as a working muso, you can
swell the volume and the delay in and out as you please, and that’s all assignable in
the interface. So I’ll take you through it, have a listen. So again, a really cool useable feature. So I’m going to take you through the interface
of the Boss GT1 now, and show you just how easy it is to customise your sound. So if I go to this Memory Edit, you can see
the signal chain here. You’ve got everything from the pre-amp, overdrive
to effects, and the signal chain has different delays and reverbs which are all assignable
here as well. So if I go to FX1, I’ve set up a phaser in
the control here, by setting it before the pre-amp it’s a lot more full on, a lot more
devastating, so if I show you what it sounds like… I can then move it after the pre-amp and it’s
not as full on. So it allows for ultimate customisation of
your tone, what I’ll also show you with this is in the pre-amp section, if we press enter
here, you can see that there’s the controls here as well, you’ve got a gain a level, amp
type and then all the way through these EQs and levels, this is a feature throughout every
single effect on the GT-1. So it allows for ultimate customisation. Alright so if the signal chain I showed you
before in the interface is a bit too complicated for you, or if it’s your first time with a
multi-effects, there’s a really cool feature on the Boss GT-1 called the EASY EDIT, if
we press this button here, it gives us three distinct menus, we’ve got Tone, Vibes and
Echo. So what I’ll do is I’ll go through and build
a basic sound and I’ll show you how easy it is to do now. So if I start with a sound we go, let’s go
for a Brit combo, Flange, with all of this. And it’s that simple. There is another great feature in the boss
GT-1 which is the easy select. What this does is allows you to choose a preset
in the unit via styles, so it’s a really cool feature in that we can go into everything
like a Jazz Fusion sound, so… All the way through to R&B – Orange crunch. You saw how easy it was to do it, it’s a really,
really simple way to navigate around the Boss GT1. What I’m going to do now is I’m going to delve
a little bit deeper into the customisation of the unit and how much flexibility there
is here. So I’ve got a regular sort of sound here and
I’m going to show you that by assigning a particular function to the control, how it
can change your sound and the customisation available to you. So this is a regular sort of sound and then
what I’ll do is I’ll press this button and it will turn off the overdrive and engage
the FX2 which I’ve got set to an EQ with a pretty radical sort of sound, you’ll hear
the difference. So that is one of many programable effects
that you can change and add into the control or assign to the expression pedal, and funnily
enough there is on the back of the unit and out for another expression pedal and another
control as well, so allowing maximum customisation of your sound. So another feature I would like to touch on
is the USB interface, in the back of the unit, this serves two purposes, the first is a USB
interface, so you can actually use the tones from the Boss GT-1 directly into your recording
software and use all of the tones that you’ve created. Secondly, it allows you to log onto the Boss
Tone Central website and download artist’s presets from their library into the unit so
that you can use them for your own gigs or your own purposes. So there you have it, the brand new GT1 guitar
effects processor from Boss, if you have any questions or comments, leave them in the field
below and stay tuned for more exciting Boss products to come. ROCK ON!
The GT-1000 is BOSS’s flagship amp and effects processor. The GT-1000 continues to evolve through ongoing firmware development with expanding features like new amps and effects bass guitar support and other functionality enhancements as requested by you guys. I’m delighted to introduce to you today, some of the new functionality of version 3. The version 3 update contains a variety of new effects and preamps for both bass and guitar players. Including the newly added manual and pedalboard modes. If you are familiar with using individual stompboxes on a pedalboard you’ll love how easy these new modes are to use. You’ll probably be very familiar with the patch based operation of the GT-1000. But if you need to extend the control within a patch by use of onboard footswitches Manual mode could be extremely helpful. Manual mode allows you to simply create on/off access to commonly used functions. You can apply these patch by patch, or to the whole system. In the previous version, you can do something similar using assigns. But manual mode allows for a more simple setup. And get more from your patches really easily and all without having to attach additional control switches. The all-new pedalboard mode takes an even more direct approach for players wanting a more traditional stompbox experience. This is basically your stompbox pedalboard inside your GT-1000 and exists outside of your regular patches. You can access your go-to effects at any time and even get super easy access to top level controls just like an individual pedal. So for example on a delay I can quickly access the feedback and delay time by adjusting the parameters directly under the screen. On a phaser, I can quickly adjust the rate and depth. It’s as close as you can get to a stompbox pedalboard but a lot smaller, lighter, and without all the cabling. You can assign anything in your effects chain to any of the switches and of course you effects chain can be changed to any order. As you can see, pedalboard mode is super simple. But you can also have access to a massive selection of high quality onboard effects, and highly expressive preamps. It can be used as your virtual pedalboard. I personally find this mode really useful for when I’m inspired and jamming and I don’t want to go through tons of patches and I want to edit things on the fly. Lots of players, I think will actually, exclusively enjoy using this mode. The GT-1000 version 3 update includes 13 new AIRD output selects. Using these output selects will help you optimize your sound in conjunction with your guitar. In addition to the current selection BOSS KATANA-50 and NEXTONE are newly added. Also, classic tube amp selections including Fender Twin Reverb, VOX AC-30, Marshall JCM-2000, and much more. Typically, with modern amp modeling the amp is modeled separate from the speaker. But in reality, the amp and the speaker are an interconnected electrical system. The new AIRD technology considers the amp and speaker as a complete system, in order to capture the electrical interaction between the amp and the speaker. From input to speaker output, and everything in between. The result is a touch sensitive dynamic amp tone that not only sounds great, but feels great under the fingers. AIRD is fully integrated in to the GT-1000’s amplifiers at every level. So you will always experience their authentic sound, and interactive response, with any setup. The GT-1000 Version 3 update delivers unmatched sound quality and musical expression with its ultra powerful DSP. And industry leading 32-bit 96kHz internal processing and sound conversion. You can get more information, and download the new BOSS GT-1000 Version 3 update at boss.info.
The Katana-Air is a great amp featuring
the world’s first totally-wireless concept. It makes playing your guitar
even more convenient and enjoyable. No cables, no guitar leads, no fuss, no mess,
and nothing to tie me up You don’t even have to switch it on.
You simply pick a guitar up and it wakes up. So this is genuine BOSS Katana amplifier,
great for any genre, very versatile, sparkling cleans, rock tones,
to the “soaring epically” tones. Plus you’re always connected to your
favorite music apps via Bluetooth so you can play your music or your backing tracks
very easily and very quickly You can also download an app which gives you
access to the loads of great sounding preset tones, or you can edit, make, store your own
with the BOSS Tone Studio. This is also where you’ve got access to
over 50 classic BOSS effects, meticulously recreated for that true stereo experience. And if you do like to tweak,
all the settings are in that app. So you have unlimited creative control
to create your perfect tone. So, go and check out the Katana-Air.
You’ll love it. It’ll literally change how, where,
and when you play the guitar.
For more information on the BOSS GT-1000 Guitar Effects Processor, please visit boss.info
English Subs by “BOSS México” (Mandarin-Spanish: ~CJ, Spanish-English: ~J), don’t forget to follow us in our social media. What are you doing? I’m editing my vlog for BOSS. Because I want to share my life with BOSS. FORBIDDEN reupload and the use of the subtitles (for the translation to other lenguages or other uses) without permission. Always share with credits. Today I’m going to show you the outfit that they did with my own idea. In a beginning I didn’t have this sleeves and I saw that they cut this from Mingrui’s clothes. So I put the sleeves on. Automatically became mine. The outfit of this busking is really cool, isn’t it? In a future I could design my own clothes, right? Design clothes like Jackson Ge. Qi Ge has planned to eat a lot in Tianjin… without paid. He’s ready to leave the dish clean. I finished. Qi Ge’s hair is goning to fall out. Qi Ge is going to be bald. Shuyang, I’ll help you. I don’t know why this one is more bitter than the last one. Huo xiang zhengqi shui. (Name of the medicine.) Why are we drinking this? To avoid getting a cold. To avoid heat stroke. This one has a color similar to the Coca Cola. Is better if we drink Coca Cola. It’s stronger than the last one. Jiabao Ge, let’s make Long Ge suffer. Why are you talking so loud? Here. Do you have to record it? It stings a little. If you can drink all of it, you’ll be a genius too. Long Ge is holding it just because we’re recording him. Are you still recording? Yes, haha. (You two, make the same facial expression.) (Second one.)
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Hello Geges and Jiejies, we’re BOY STORY, who came to make a practice. English Subs by “BOSS México” (Mandarin-Spanish: ~CJ, Spanish-English: ~J), don’t forget to follow us in our social media. FORBIDDEN reupload and the use of the subtitles (for the translation to other lenguages or other uses) without permission and without credits). Always share with credits. (Geges and Jiejies) preise us saying that we are adorable. They preise us so much that I feel embarrassed. If they preise me, it should be because I’m handsome. Actually I’m really scared of drinking the medicine. (Handz Up Lyrics). I’m gonna show BOSS how much I weight. (Let’s go to the next scene). Ok, this is Mingrui’s take. Don’t move. Don’t be nervous, Jiabao Ge. (Today will be the first time you’ll hear BOSS singing the fanchant of Too Busy). I’m eager to hear it. (Too Busy Lyrics). (What’s the key of that part?) It’s rapping casually, that’s the key. And find the rhythm. (One more time). Let me see. The rain is part of the BGM. The true is that we could be in the rain and dancing for BOSS, but the floor is too slippery. If the floor wasn’t very slippery, there wouldn’t be a problem. The true is that is very comfortable being in the rain. I think is a good atmosphere, and you? Dancing in the rain is a matter of being too busy. I think about the fact that it could be the first time (for some BOSSes) of seeing the place, for them to take that big… for them to get a big surprise, bigger than for us, when being in front of them. They say that music is perfect for rainy days… …so is Too Busy. BOSS, I’m sorry. -Get ready. Soon it will stop (the rain).