Boss launches the GT Pocket, a smartphone-sized multi-effects unit

Filled to the brim with effects, tools and tones.

Boss' Pocket GT

Image: Boss

Boss has unveiled the Pocket GT – its smallest multi-effects unit yet, that on top of its GT effects processing, packs a bunch of learning-focused features into a tiny phone-sized enclosure.

In terms of tone, there are 100 amp models and effects to process your signal with, meaning endless tone-chasing with a huge variety of combinations.

The unit, with a little help from the Boss Tone Studio app, also incorporates a YouTube browser, meaning you can learn songs straight from the source – even looping difficult sections. You can save playlists for set practice routines, and even set tone changes to happen in sync with the songs you’re playing along to.

Take a look at Boss’ demo video below:

Other handy features include Bluetooth music streaming, USB audio interface capability, headphone connectivity and a large bank of user presets.

The unit lists for £229. Find out more over at boss.info.

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