Boss SY1 Synthesizer

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  1. Bloody_Inferno

    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    Looks like Boss are trying to cram a lot of the SY300 sounds into their usual small housing. Interesting. As an SY300 owner, this is redundant for me, but can be handy for some who think the SY300 is too big or expensive.





     
  2. narad

    narad Owned a Zune

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    What do you think of the tracking on the SY300?
     
  3. Kaura

    Kaura communism is alive

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    That's actually pretty damn neat. As someone who likes to write lead parts in unison with a synth (since that seems to be the cool thing to do these days, lol) that would be great for live shows. One less backing track. :D
     
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  4. Bearitone

    Bearitone SS.org Regular

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    I wish there was a pedal that could do huge gritty synth tones like Author Punisher. Everything is always aimed towards the 80’s though. Gets boring
     
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    Veldar Is Post-Thrash?

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    I just listened to Nihil Strength, it's definitely possible with pedal combos
     
  6. The906

    The906 lifetime novice Contributor

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    Interesting, thanks for tip. Added to Spotify library to check out.
     
  7. HeHasTheJazzHands

    HeHasTheJazzHands greg rulz ok

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    I'm gonna get this and use it for nothing but covering all of Judas Priest's Turbo album.
     
  8. Bloody_Inferno

    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    It's great. No matter what you play, there's no latency whatsoever. Some of the presets made the high E string lower in volume but not an issue if you're tweaking your own sounds.
     
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    littlebadboy SS.org Regular

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    I like it! Where do you put it in the pedal order?
     
  10. Veldar

    Veldar Is Post-Thrash?

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    After compression, before modulation, verbs and delays.

    Before/after drive is a tone preference
     
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    Spinedriver SS.org Regular

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    I've always liked the idea of getting a synth/pitch shifter pedal but would genuinley never use it, so it's tough seeing demos like that. :lol:
     
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