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BOSS' MDP Technology Listens and Adapts To Your Playing
Endeavouring to cater to any player, BOSS have deftly taken into account the intricacies of each and every playing style, acknowledging the vast differences in articulation and stylistic preferences between any two players. Whilst technique may be a fundamental factor in determining your tone, it is not the sole benefactor. BOSS are keenly aware of the implications that your very guitar and rig and its specific components contribute to your overall sound. From your pickups to your tone wood, your guitar is an extension of your tone, if not the defining feature.
When optimizing one's tone, you have take into account a whole plethora of different constituent parts that contribute the sound as a whole. In days gone by, much of the standardized technology which has been used to 'process' your playing has extended a holistic approach, often not acknowledging the more nuanced aspects of your playing as well as the dynamic requirements of the song.
BOSS's MVP technology however, analyses and interprets your playing note for note- easily distinguishing between blistering lead passages and a subtle chord progressions. Able to continually adjust itself in accordance with your playing at the time, BOSS's MVP tech enhances your tone irregardless of the specific dynamic, lending to a smooth and consistent performance.
Among this innovative range of units that utilize the processing technology are the OD-1X, DS-1X, CP-1X, BC-1X and BB-1X.
For more information on our range of BOSS products, please visit our BOSS product page.
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By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 5 May 2017 13:17 to category : Instruments News
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