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Boss RC-300 Loop Station

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  • Three stereo tracks with dedicated footswitches and controls for each
  • Dedicated fader per track
  • Expression pedal for effects control in real time
  • Up to three hours of internal recording and 99 onboard memories
  • 16 onboard effects optimized for looping
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Item Weight4.9 Kg
Product Dimensions22.9 x 53.3 x 193 cm
Item model numberRC-300
  
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ASINB005P4NVJI
Best Sellers Rank 2,960 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First Available2 Dec. 2011
  
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The Boss RC-300 lets you record for up to three hours directly to its internal memory, adding effects as you go. The USB port lets you save your loops externally, as well as import/export WAV files. Step into the most powerful and inspiring Loop Station in BOSS history. It's the creative powerhouse that musicians have been dreaming of!

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Hennequin Kevin on 19 Feb. 2013
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Purely awesome. This loop station allows you to do so many things you just can't describe to musical potential the comes out of it. You end up playing ours because the whole looping process gives ideas and ideas and ideas... really worth it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John B. on 8 July 2013
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Easy to use and really transforms your music playing (guitar). Good drum selection to keep you in time. Easy to save and name files for easy retrieval. I typically lay down some chords, Separately a bass line and then the lead (and improvise over it). Wow
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sordel TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Feb. 2015
I've owned a Line 6 DL4 for years. It was the first pedal I owned with any significant loop ability, and it was for years one of the most popular delay/looper pedals around, but it has some serious drawbacks, not least the pitifully short sample length (only slightly increased in Line 6's current POD series). Chord structures longer than a few bars run the risk of hitting the hard time limit, and the fact that you only have a single loop to play with, which cannot be saved, means that it has very limited facilities. Really it's a tribute to that little green unit that it has been as popular as it has.

The RC-300 takes the appeal of the DL4 and turns it into a sort of Looper Central Command.

BUILD QUALITY & EASE OF USE

The RC-300 is very solidly built and has pedals that can be comfortably stomped with bare or stockinged feet. The idea is for the unit to be largely foot-controllable, but that is actually an illusion: you're going to want to set each memory slot up before you get going in terms of tempo, time signature, drum track etc. etc. If the thought of stooping down to play with the pots and buttons makes you think "that is not for me", however, don't worry because it's actually very intuitive, and very controllable.

The three pots to the right of the bright, readable display are individual volume pots for the input level for the AUX, INST and MIC inputs. Set them once, leave them alone. The pot to the far left is Master Volume and next to it are three sliders that enable you change the individual volumes of the three tracks; again, they're best left alone except when balancing the tracks prior to performance or when saving the memory slot. Below each of these are Track Edit buttons that put each track into settings edit mode.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JoH on 2 Nov. 2013
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Why buy anything else?! Does so many things and great for composing too, takes a little while to get the looping timing right but not too difficult once you have the feel.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
An incredible piece of machinery 23 Jun. 2013
By Gregory E. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
I bought my RC-300 Boss Looper 3 weeks ago. I was able to mix loops and record songs on it the day after I bought it. The basic function of the RC-300 is intuitive. You seriously don't have to be a genius to begin using it, and the manual is great for the times you need to figure something out. The manual is not designed to read cover to cover. Just go to the index to find your interest then go to the corresponding page/pages. For me, I've finally found a machine that will allow me to record my ideas and work them out fully. With 3 hours of recording time and the ability to download via usb to a computer it suits my needs.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Excellent 20 Feb. 2014
By Deadnd - Published on Amazon.com
Whaaat ?You guys don`t want to show up for practice?
Your all fired I don`t need anyone go back to your drinking .
No creative differences here.
34 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Still limited 2 July 2012
By Frank R. - Published on Amazon.com
If I'd known this, I wouldn't have bought it.

My idea was to loop both vocals and electric guitar. You can do that--but either your voice is going to come out the guitar amp, or your guitar will be coming out the PA. I mean, you can designate a track to come out a certain output, either sub or main, but the inputs, your original voice and guitar, is always going to come out the same place. Boss customer support suggests I buy an effects processor with an amp modeling capability and thus make my PA act like a guitar amp, but nothing is going to recreate the sound of four ten-inch speakers and a stack of tubes. And don't even talk to me about a bass guitar amp.

So yeah, this is great with an acoustic guitar, and I'll use it for the electric guitar and give up the capability to loop vocals. It is a considerable improvement over the RC-30 in that the switchology is much more straightforward; you can focus on your song instead of where your foot goes next. The manual is mediocre but most settings are pretty intuitive. The sound is fabulous; no hint of loss or distortion in the recorded loops. Synchronization is great; easy to create consistent loops. Drum machine is great. Hell, maybe I would have bought it--but the main reason I upgraded from the RC-30 was to have that extra capability of separating the vocals and guitar, and I'm disappointed that I can't.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A superb pedal I've used to perform - and record - all of my shows since 2012. 13 Jan. 2015
By Michael Garfield - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this pedal and have enjoyed doing absolutely everything I could do with it artistically - for the first time, looping is an instrument unto itself, not just a gimmick. The independent transport controls for each phrase are a huge improvement over the RC-50, as is the FX pedal and the USB audio port. It's a little heavy on menu navigation for something you're supposed to operate with your feet, and it's a shame it won't output 24-bit audio like the RC-50 did, but overall it's a marvelous pedal and the best footpedal available for loopers who want to stick with hardware.

This thing is the secret sauce behind all of my live recordings for the last few years. (Google me if you would like to hear this thing in action.) I would be happy to answer anybody's questions about it - I'm not connected to the company in any way, just love this thing.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great product for real musical interest 13 Oct. 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Its better than advertised. My daughter loves it. Recommend you read manual throughly and check out videos on YouTube.
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