BOSS SY-300 Guitar Synthesizer

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Manufacturer's ID: SY-300

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BOSS's intriguing and powerful SY-300 is a guitar synth unit that requires no additional pickups or equipment to work. It takes a normal 1/4" guitar cable (no hexaphonic GK-3 in other words) and supplies you with a myriad of exciting and expressive synth textures and tones.

Whether you want to transform you tone completely (which you can) or blend your tone with the synth textures, you can pick from square waves, strings, saw wave leads, it's all here! And it's all completely latency-free too so you can play with the same precision and articulation as you normally would. You can also alter your guitar's original tone by applying the SY-300's LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) and bank of cutoff Filters (similar to a dramatic sounding electronic Wah) to get some quite out-of-the-box results!

Your sounds can all be saved to one of 99 user memory locations for later recall. Because you don't need specialist inputs or outputs, the SY-300 will fit right in to your existing pedalboard set up. You'll achieve sounds you've never experienced before! Imagine what that could do for your playing?

Specification

Features
  • Plug into the standard 1/4-inch jack and play rich and expressive polyphonic synth tones with any guitar
  • Completely latency-free playing feel directly connects your hands with the sound
  • Three simultaneous synth sections and four effects processors enable rich, dynamic, and diverse sound creation
  • Shape your normal guitar tone with synth filters, amplifiers, and LFOs to create all-new sounds
  • Graphic LCD display, three assignable footswitches, and dedicated on/off footswitch
  • 70 ready-to-play preset patches and 99 user patches for storing custom sounds
  • Create and archive sounds on your computer with the BOSS Tone Studio editor/librarian and download new sounds at BOSS Tone Central
  • Works with bass and other electronic instruments as well

Access Expressive New Sounds via a Standard 1/4-Inch Input
While our other synth products require a special GK pickup and 13-pin cable to access synth voices, the SY-300 can be used with any guitar via a standard 1/4-inch cable. Powered by ultra-fast DSP and newly developed innovations from the BOSS engineering team, the SY-300 performs its amazing synth magic in real time, with no lag whatsoever. This delivers a latency-free playing experience that’s a natural extension of your normal guitar, letting you to play freely and organically without altering your technique in any way.

A True Analog-Style Synth for Guitar
Just like a keyboard player with a classic analog synth, you have complete creative freedom to build sounds with a full palette of synthesis parameters—select different wave shapes, tweak them with filter, amp, and pitch controls, modulate them with LFOs, and layer oscillators for rich, complex tones. There’s even a step sequencer (with tap tempo control) for creating dynamic melodies and arpeggios simply by playing a single note on your guitar! And with the cool Blender function, you can instantly mix and match synth settings from other patches to discover inspiring new sounds with no heavy lifting at all.

Shape Your Normal Guitar Sound with Synth Parameters
Beyond its amazing synth voices, the SY-300’s synth engine can be used to process your normal guitar sound in many compelling ways. Apply filtering to alter the basic tonality, and use the amplifier parameters to alter the attack and decay characteristics. After that, add some sweeping movement to the sound with the LFO section, or use the step sequencer to create complex rhythmic tonalities.

Maximize Tones with High-Impact Effects
Four simultaneous effects engines are available, each packing a number of effects types including overdrives and distortions, Slow Gear, Isolator, Slicer, and many others. Some types can even perform two effects at once, such as chorus and delay or delay and reverb.

Powerful Control Options and Versatile Connectivity
Using the four built-in footswitches, you can bypass the synth sound, scroll through patches, and control three different parameters of your choosing per patch. Two external footswitches or an expression pedal can also be connected for even more real-time control if needed. The Thru output lets you to send your dry guitar sound directly to your pedals or amp, or it can be used along with the Return jack as an effects loop. Dual output pairs (Main and Sub) offer assignable signal routing options to integrate with any setup, while MIDI In and Out/Thru jacks are provided for interfacing with switchers, drum machines, and other MIDI gear.

USB Interface for Computers

The SY-300 is equipped a USB audio interface to capture audio tracks directly into music production software on your computer. You can record the SY-300’s synth and effects sounds, or just monitor them while recording a dry signal. Then, feed that signal back into the SY-300 to “re-synth” the sound and create the perfect tone for your mix. You can feed other tracks from your DAW into the SY-300 as well, processing them with the synth engine and effects to create cool new sounds for your productions.



Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (1 reviews)

I did my homework before purchasing so knew this was the piece of kit for me. Very versatile. I have not yet had chance to explore its full potential but looks promising.

Graham S. - 29/7/2018