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  • BOSS ME-5 ASSISTANCE NEEDED!

    Anyone use a Boss ME-5 Multi-fx system...? There's hardly anything on youtube about this thing. I was hoping for a quick set up guide or something?

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    • #3
      Yeah I can't get youtube on mine either. I'm not even sure how I can install flash.
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      • #4
        Man i had one so many years ago, it rocked. I miss it. And i cant remember anything about programming.

        Try to find a manual online...
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        Originally Posted by IRG:
        "reunula speaks the trooth"

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        • #5
          http://www.bossus.com/backstage/product_manuals/?group=2
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          Originally Posted by IRG:
          "reunula speaks the trooth"

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          • #6
            Ahhh, that manual is so weird! It's just so ... formally written? I'd be much better with a demo video
            So the ME5 .. it's a keeper? The fact it's mostly analog was a nice selling point.

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            • #7
              I believe Stubacca has one of those? Shoot him a PM! I could be wrong, but it's worth a shot.
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              • #8
                its worth to keep it. I learned with the manual, and i hate those. You'll be fine...
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                Originally Posted by IRG:
                "reunula speaks the trooth"

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                • #9
                  i used one when i lived in japan. it was so cool. id get one if i found a good deal.
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                  • #10
                    me too.
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                    Originally Posted by IRG:
                    "reunula speaks the trooth"

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                    • hiero
                      hiero commented
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                      If you have an old BOSS ME-5 - Don't sell it!

                      Few people realise that the ME-5 incorporates the classic BOSS pedal internals that are now vintage in their own right including the: CS-2, DS-1, OD-2, RV-3, EQ-1, CE-1, DD-2, BF-2 all together with a switchable Noise Suppressor that calms the proceedings. I have an all up-to-ate set of BOUTIQUE Patches in mine that gives me classic sounds such as:

                      Univibe, Vibratone, (and other Leslie effects), Rangemaster, Fuzz-Face, Tweed and driven Deluxe Reverb emulations, classic JTM45, Rockabilly, Bluesbreaker, 'Rectified' and 'Twang' - all classic tones in various states - and not modeled!!


                      You can get a set too and upload either via sysex/midi and your PC or manual input. See link where to hear/get them.

                       













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