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lefty Freak

New GT-1 owner
« on: April 21, 2017, 05:00:38 AM »

Gotta say so far very pleased. I sold my GP-10 awhile back because I decided I didn't need 3/4ths of it's functionality and this seems to be just the ticket. Wish I could get my Digitech FS3x to play nice with it but I've no qualms with getting an FS-6 or 7. Once that is added this thing will be just what the Dr. ordered for live gigs. I was a bit surprised about the size of it but OTOH I like the extra real estate on the pedal board. Seems very sturdily made to me. Only time will tell.

Couple things are perplexing me though., I am confused about the whole "assign" section in BTS. I dont get what it does even after reading the manual. Never did with the GP-10 either so I ignored it. Also if I were to mix in some of my analog pedals like an OD or two would they go before this pedal or after? I know there are no hard and fast rules but in general how should I place them? I guess it depends on whether I am going direct or into an amp huh?

I'd love to read some PEQ tips as far as getting JTM type tones and also Fender Twin.
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Re: New GT-1 owner
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 09:26:23 AM »


Couple things are perplexing me though., I am confused about the whole "assign" section in BTS. I dont get what it does even after reading the manual. Never did with the GP-10 either so I ignored it.


The Control Assigns are a big reason many of us have stayed with Roland / Boss gear for decades.

To understand effective use of this power - must go back and review the manuals for older Roland  Boss gear that had more examples, and read the docs cultivated by long term Boss GT owners.

luckily we have archives of these via file attachments on several posts contained in this thread below( crucial reading)

Learn to Program Roland/Boss MultiFX Processors
http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=88.0
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