Blues Driver BD-2 by BOSS (pedal review / test)

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It is not new but it’s a classic – the BOSS Blues Driver BD-2. A well placed product that came out around the time of the ‘blues boom’ of the mid 90’s. It’s an overdrive for the blues players and many others…

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Video index:
00:56 – Clean & Gain sound used for control tests
01:30 – BOSS Blues Driver BD-2 Gain control
02:52 – BOSS Blues Driver BD-2 Level control
03:33 – BOSS Blues Driver BD-2 Tone control
04:44 – BOSS Blues Driver BD-2 Mixed settings
05:46 – Blues backing track with/without the pedal
06:16 – Runthrough of the pedals presets
14:01 – Pink Floydish backing track with/without the pedal

Equipment used:
BOSS Blues Driver BD-2
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Green SG ‘White Dove’ (Lundgren The One)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Blues Driver BD-2 @ BOSS Website

In Praise of the Humble, Underrated Boss Blues Driver @ Reverb.com

The following profile packs was used in the video:

ReampZone – Diezel Einstein 100 Kemper profiles

ReampZone – Marshall JMP Super Lead 1976 Kemper profiles

ReampZone – Dumble ODS 50W HRM Kemper profiles

ToneJunkie – Sugar 16 Kemper profile pack

Kemper Profling Amp

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Katana amplifier from Boss – Building a liveset, part 2

Katana amplifier from Boss – Building a liveset, part 2

Been awhile but here is the second part of building a liveset for the Boss Katana. I’ve skipped the part where I go through the sound patch in Boss Tone Studio, once you have downloaded the updated liveset you can check it out for yourself. Or… just play.

The batch is done with strats – one American Standard configured as HSS and one Green Guitars Master Series configured as SSS. There’s really not much more to say about it – hope you will like the new sound patches!

You can find the link to this Liveset below, do download it and try it out for yourself!

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Equipment used in this video:
Boss Katana 100w combo amp
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Green Guitars 60th Vintage Master Series (Lundgren 60’s vintage)

Download link LiveSet (zipped)

Boss website

FxFloorBoard software

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ST 60th Vintage Master series by Green Guitars (Guitar review)

ST 60th Vintage Master series by Green Guitars (Guitar review)
Guitar review/test from Have Guitar!

Have Guitar is happy to present a review of Green Guitars ST 60th Vintage Master Series, a classic stratocaster made like a 1965 strat. Green Guitars is located in Sweden and they offer a large variety of guitar models, all priced very competitive. This model looks great, plays very nice and sounds fantastic – I’m very happy to have been given the chance to present this review to you. I’ve had the Strat for about three weeks and I have given it as much time as I possibly could – partly to see what it can deliver but also due to the fact that I really liked playing it!

In this video I’ve tried to give as much info about the Green Guitars Strat as I could, and I’ve picked out twelve Kemper profiles for the sound samples. I have chosen a bunch of different amplifier and arranged them in the video so it start with low gain increasing to high gain. If you just wanna hear the sound examples I have included an index that you can follow, see below.

I would like to give Green Guitars a round of applause coupled with a Big Thanks for letting me do this review – it’s the first time I’ve been sponsored with a review item in a physical form. I really do appriciate that!

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Index:
01:15 Low gain sound samples
05:09 Mid gain sound samples
08:18 High gain sound samples

Guitar specification:
Body American alder
C-shaped neck in Canadian hard maple
Width at the nut: 1.65 inches
Width at the 12th fret: 2.02 inches
Fretboard available in maple or rosewood
Scale: 25.5″
22 medium jumbo frets
Radius: 10″
Tremolo vintage stable
3 x Lundgren 60’s Vintage singlecoils
1 volume and 2 tone controls
5-way pickup-selector
Hardware in chrome
Delivered with 9-42 strings
Weight: 7.68 lbs (surf green), 8.10 lbs (vintage white)
Colors: Vintage White or Surf Green, gloss finish

Equipment used in this video:
Green ST 60th Vintage Master series (Lundgren Vintage 60s)
Harley Benton TE70 Black Paisley (Fender Texas Specials)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Green Guitars webpage (Swedish only)

Profiles used in this review:

Live Ready Sound

ReampZone

SinMix

SGL Profiles

TMS Profiles

Tone Junkie

Kemper Profiling Amp

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 and edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14. Sound, unless otherwise mentioned, is recorded in Reaper.