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BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay

BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay

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£139.00
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BOSS GT-1 Guitar Effects Processor

BOSS GT-1 Guitar Effects Processor

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£159.00 £179.00
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BOSS ME-80 Multi-Effects Pedal

BOSS ME-80 Multi-Effects Pedal

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£219.00 £290.00
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BOSS RC-30 Loop Station

BOSS RC-30 Loop Station

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£159.00 £179.00
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BOSS DS-1 Distortion

BOSS DS-1 Distortion

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£59.00
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BOSS RC-3 Loop Station

BOSS RC-3 Loop Station

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#1 Looper Pedal
£139.00 £149.00
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BOSS PSA-230ES Power Supply

BOSS PSA-230ES Power Supply

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£25.00 £28.00
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BOSS TU-3 Tuner

BOSS TU-3 Tuner

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£60.00 £69.00
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BOSS RC-1 Loop Station Pedal

BOSS RC-1 Loop Station Pedal

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£89.00 £96.00
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BOSS PSB1U 9V Power Supply

BOSS PSB1U 9V Power Supply

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£25.00 £27.99
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BOSS SD-1 Super Overdrive

BOSS SD-1 Super Overdrive

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£55.00 £61.00
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BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver

BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver

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£85.00
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BOSS RV-6 Reverb Pedal

BOSS RV-6 Reverb Pedal

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£119.00 £139.00
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BOSS CH-1 Super Chorus

BOSS CH-1 Super Chorus

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£79.00 £85.00
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BOSS DS-2 Distortion

BOSS DS-2 Distortion

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£65.00 £70.00
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BOSS CS-3 Compression Sustainer

BOSS CS-3 Compression Sustainer

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£71.00 £85.00
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BOSS SY-1 Synthesizer Effects Pedal

BOSS SY-1 Synthesizer Effects Pedal

(5)
£175.00
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BOSS GE-7 Equalizer

BOSS GE-7 Equalizer

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£85.00 £92.00
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BOSS NS-2 Noise Suppressor

BOSS NS-2 Noise Suppressor

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£75.00 £85.00
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BOSS FS6 Momentary/Latch A/B Footswitch

BOSS FS6 Momentary/Latch A/B Footswitch

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£55.00 £59.00
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BOSS RC-10R LoopStation

BOSS RC-10R LoopStation

(1)
£239.00 £263.00
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BOSS CB-ME80 Multi Effect Bag ME-80

BOSS CB-ME80 Multi Effect Bag ME-80

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£35.00 £45.00
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BOSS BCB-60 Carry Case

BOSS BCB-60 Carry Case

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£125.00
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BOSS ODB-3 Bass Overdrive

BOSS ODB-3 Bass Overdrive

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£78.00 £95.00
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BOSS DM-2W Waza Craft Custom Analog Delay

BOSS DM-2W Waza Craft Custom Analog Delay

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£155.00 £166.00
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BOSS OC-3 Octaver Pedal

BOSS OC-3 Octaver Pedal

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£99.00 £119.00
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BOSS DD-200 Digital Delay

BOSS DD-200 Digital Delay

£189.00 £219.00
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BOSS BCB-30 Pedal Board

BOSS BCB-30 Pedal Board

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£35.00
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BOSS TR-2 Tremolo Pedal

BOSS TR-2 Tremolo Pedal

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£79.00 £95.00
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BOSS CE-2W Chorus Waza Craft Special

BOSS CE-2W Chorus Waza Craft Special

(7)
£169.00 £199.00
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BOSS CP-1X Compressor

BOSS CP-1X Compressor

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£139.00
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BOSS CEB-3 Bass Chorus

BOSS CEB-3 Bass Chorus

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£89.00 £95.00
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BOSS RC-300 Loop Station

BOSS RC-300 Loop Station

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£399.00 £469.00
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BOSS BF-3 Flanger

BOSS BF-3 Flanger

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£109.00 £115.00
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BOSS FS-5U Unlatching Footswitch

BOSS FS-5U Unlatching Footswitch

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£29.00 £34.00
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BOSS CE-5 Chorus

BOSS CE-5 Chorus

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£79.00 £95.00
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BOSS MD-200 Modulation

BOSS MD-200 Modulation

£199.00 £219.00
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BOSS GT-100 Multi Effects

BOSS GT-100 Multi Effects

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£379.00
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BOSS FV500H Volume Pedal

BOSS FV500H Volume Pedal

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£82.00 £89.00
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BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone

BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone

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£99.00 £105.00
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About BOSS Pedals

Boss compact pedals have defined the world of guitar effects since the 70s. Almost every person who plays an electric guitar or bass will recognise (and will have almost definitely used) one of Boss' bright coloured boxes.

Boss compact effects pedals are extremely tough, made out of metal with recessed control knobs for stage-friendly use. Each pedal is colour coded for easy identification. The orange DS-1 distortion pedal is one of the most familiar sights to guitarists across the entire world. The tones, of course, are the real reason people keep coming back to Boss. Their pedals have been used so often that many of the sounds are now iconic in themselves.

Several of these pedals are rightly heralded as classics, particularly certain drive pedals. Plenty of pro players swear by Boss compact pedals and Boss' own innovations in sound have paved the way for many smaller companies to follow. Certain Boss pedals are simple, such as the SD-1 Super Overdrive. Others are extremely complex and full of features, for example the PS-6 Harmonist. Innovation and ease of use are the key words with Boss pedals.

At guitarguitar, we are crazy about Boss pedals. We have all grown up with them and love the sound, look, build and feel of them. We know them inside out and are happy to share the knowledge.

Frequently Asked Questions about BOSS Pedals

It does, yes: the order will dictate how each subsequent pedal behaves based on what it is fed by the previous pedal. The easy cheat sheet goes: TUNER/WAH/COMP/DRIVE/MODULATION/DELAY/REVERB.
Yes, absolutely! Multiple pedals of any description are completely fine. Lots of great sounds are created in this way actually. The worst that will happen is that things won't sound so good but nothing technically bad will happen.
We recommend taking the battery out. Batteries have a finite life and can leak battery acid all over your pedal if you leave it in there and forget about it for years! If you don't use a battery to power your pedal, remove it altogether. It's just good practice.
A good rule of thumb when starting out with a new Boss pedal is to turn all the dials to 12 o'clock and then adjust from there. The pedal's designers often make the 'default' sound at this point so it's normally safe to go from there.
The reigning champion in terms of Boss pedal popularity is, and almost always has been, the DS-1 distortion. Its aggressive sound and low price tag has made it a pedal that literally millions of guitarists have owned over the years.
Yes! The Boss BCB-30 pedal board is very popular, as is the BCB-60 carry case.