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NAMM 2011: Boss Announce New RC Loop Pedals
Renowned Japanese electronic musical instrument manufacturer Roland has announced details of two new loop pedals the RC-3 and RC-30 loop stations at this years NAMM.
BOSS is to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the hugely successful; Loop Station with two exciting new RC-series loopers!
First is the RC-30, a Twin Pedal multi-track looper with two synchronized stereo tracks and built-in loop effects.
You can plug in your instrument of choice, or even a microphone with an XLR input provided, complete with phantom power.
It allows you to record for up to three hours direct to internal memory, also allowing you to add effects as you go.
Its USB 2.0 port lets you save your loops externally, and import/export WAV files.
In addition Boss have also announced the RC-3, a powerfully equipped yet conveniently housed in a compact pedal.
It also allows you to enjoy up to three hours of stereo recording time, storage for 99 loops, a "real drums" rhythm guide, and USB 2.0 compatibility all in a small BOSS stomp box!Posted on 13 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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