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Old 11-08-2017, 03:51 AM   #11
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You better not. You wont be able to use it for a year. You know, reading the manual and all.

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It has a manual?
I honestly was going to ask the same thing. There's like a "start up" guide, but that's as far as I went.

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see, that's not helping me 'not buy' one lol. Dang... it's cool looking too. and I LOVE Boss products, Boss and Roland, my favorite name to see on musical equipment...
But thanks too for the tip, if I did, I'd ask for a discount, sure can't hurt to try!
My wife might be mad at you next month LOL
Trivia: Boss & Roland are the same company, which you may already know. Someone suggested that the Katana be marketed under Boss, not Roland so it would be more associated with guitars, and not something like the Micro Cube. The guy from the Anderton vids has an association with Boss, and said he suggested that to Boss. Whether he was the direct reason Roland went with "Boss" isn't clear, but he kinda likes taking some credit for it.

The Japanese character under the Boss logo on the face of the amp amounts to spelling out "Ka," not "Katana (日本刀)"

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I have the Boss GT-1. Almost same same. Katana is awesome!
The only reason I may dig into the Tone Studio is to find all the sounds in the GT-100. If I can do that, AND use it as an interface, I'll never stop talking about the Kat.
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The only reason I may dig into the Tone Studio is to find all the sounds in the GT-100. If I can do that, AND use it as an interface, I'll never stop talking about the Kat.
I know I have mentioned this to you before but the Floorboard software is much easier to use and to access the sneaky amps. I have both installed.
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Old 11-08-2017, 04:35 AM   #13
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Stop talking about these, your going to make me push my credit card limit and get one lol


See, now I'm on google looking at em And I can almost smell that new amp smell... people talk about new car smell, Im serious, new amp smell almost gets me high lol

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Old 11-08-2017, 04:43 AM   #14
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I know I have mentioned this to you before but the Floorboard software is much easier to use and to access the sneaky amps. I have both installed.
You're forgetting how lazy I am, and how much I hate programming presets, etc. But I read only today that with the TS & Floorboard, you pretty much have the GT-100.

I really have ALL the tones I want, and for more, I can link my Line 6 TT.

I didn't know you could use the amp as an interface too. But the TT does that as well. I haven't recorded much if anything into my computer, but I kinda like all the options now.

The $100 I spent on the Bias software is a total waste now...
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Ive been looking at this... do you think it would be gig worthy for the styles Hard Rock, blues rock, Alternative rock and Indie rock ? It should do the job right ? The price is also very good. .. I need a gigable amp soon ish.

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Ive been looking at this... do you think it would be gig worthy for the styles Hard Rock, blues rock, Alternative rock and Indie rock ? It should do the job right ? The price is also very good. .. I need a gigable amp soon ish.

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A big YES!

It is very versatile! With all the amp sims and Boss effects in it that you could think of, it should be able to enable you to play anything you throw at it!
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The Japanese character under the Boss logo on the face of the amp amounts to spelling out "Ka," not "Katana (日本刀)"
I never would have known that, Slim. That could be the deal breaker.
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I never would have known that, Slim. That could be the deal breaker.
I'm just waiting for everyone to start getting "Ka" tattoos...
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OK, maybe it's because I just woke up but I'm lost lol idaho noses?
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I honestly was going to ask the same thing. There's like a "start up" guide, but that's as far as I went.



Trivia: Boss & Roland are the same company, which you may already know. Someone suggested that the Katana be marketed under Boss, not Roland so it would be more associated with guitars, and not something like the Micro Cube. The guy from the Anderton vids has an association with Boss, and said he suggested that to Boss. Whether he was the direct reason Roland went with "Boss" isn't clear, but he kinda likes taking some credit for it.

The Japanese character under the Boss logo on the face of the amp amounts to spelling out "Ka," not "Katana (日本刀)"



The only reason I may dig into the Tone Studio is to find all the sounds in the GT-100. If I can do that, AND use it as an interface, I'll never stop talking about the Kat.
Interesting (I did know boss and roland were the same), but that is interesting
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