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Boss OD-20 Drive Zone


$160.00 Released February, 2004

Product Shot 1 The Pros:A cheap way to get a number of classic pedals all in one unit. Tone simulation is pretty accurate. Offers comprehensive control over each tone for a more customized sound.

The Cons:No "true" bypass option. Sound reproduction may not be accurate enough for those really picky about tone.

The Boss OD-20 Drive Zone is a modeling pedal that emulates a number of COSM overdrive and distortion pedals. There are 22 models built in, most of which are modeled after existing pedals but also including 6 all-new tones.

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Modern pedals like BOSS OD-1 and MT-2 are modeled, but a number of classic vintage pedals are also included. The Attack Shape knob gives control over the overdrive, and a Heavy Octave control creates sounds one octave below lower notes. Users can set up to 4 presets for custom settings, and a manual mode can be used for realtime changes. 

Features

  • COSM Overdrive/Distortion Modeling pedal
  • 22 stompbox models
  • Classic and modern overdrive/distortion pedals modelled
  • Attack Shape control
  • Heavy Octave parameter
  • 4 User memories
  • Manual mode for realtime changes
  • Line output with Amp Simulator
  • Amp Control jack
  • 5-year warranty

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Pros
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    A cheap way to get a number of classic pedals all in one unit.

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    Tone simulation is pretty accurate.

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    Offers comprehensive control over each tone for a more customized sound.

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    Pretty cheap for a pedal board considering some single stompboxes cost almost as much.

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    Controls are well laid-out and easy to learn.

Cons
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    No "true" bypass option.

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    Sound reproduction may not be accurate enough for those really picky about tone.

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