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Boss BD-2W Waza Craft Custom Blues Driver Pedal – New Boss Boost Overdrive Guitar Effect Pedal


An upgraded classic. The Boss BD-2W Waza Craft Custom Blues Driver Pedal boosts enhances and sculpts your tone based on how youre playing. This is the main feature that makes Blues Drivers so exciting and why its been a mainstay on many pedalboards. From Prince to Paul Weller to Tom Morello regardless of genre the…

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The Boss BD-2W Waza Craft Custom Blues Driver Pedal is in New condition and made by Boss , it is a great Boost Overdrive Guitar Effect Pedal – An upgraded classic. The Boss BD-2W Waza Craft Custom Blues Driver Pedal boosts enhances and sculpts your tone based on how youre playing. This is the main feature that makes Blues Drivers so exciting and why its been a mainstay on many pedalboards. From Prince to Paul Weller to Tom Morello regardless of genre the original BD-2 has been deemed an essential ingredient in numerous iconic tones. Now get your hands on the premium upgraded version. With improved circuitry and innovative new features complementing the famed dynamic response and sheer versatility this is the comprehensive blues driver for those wanting the ultimate touch-sensitive dynamic overdrive that responds to your playing and gives you ultimate control over expression. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 147.25 Drive those blues away Released in 1995 the original Boss BD-2 was an evolution of the OD-2 circuit and was the starting point for the OD-3 (the OD-2 was a radically different circuit than the original OD-1). The ‘fixed tone stack’ network after the first op-amp that gives Blues Drivers their distinctive character and tone is retained along with equipping the boost stage with an op-amp that doesn’t clip giving the transparency and dynamic response that the Blues Driver is famous for. New features designed to modernise the circuit are included however such as the upgraded buffer which means it functions more cleanly as part of a pedalboard. The biggest addition is the new Custom mode though which enhances low end prominence accentuates mid response and increases sustain giving the classic Blues Driver tone a modern edge. Features Special edition Waza Craft pedal delivers the ultimate BOSS tone experience Premium sound based on the classic BD-2 Blues Driver Newly revised all-analogue discrete amplifier circuit Standard and Custom sound modes Highly responsive to picking dynamics and volume changes BOSS five-year warranty Specifications Nominal Input Level: -20 dBu Input Impedance: 1 M ohm Nominal Output Level: -20 dBu Output Impedance: 1 k ohm Controls: Pedal switch Mode switchLEVEL knob TONE knob GAIN knob Indicator: CHECK indicator (Serves also as battery check indicator) Connectors: INPUT jack OUTPUT jack DC IN jack Power Supply: Alkaline battery (9 V 6LR61) or Carbon-zinc battery (9 V 6F22) AC adaptor (sold separately) Current Draw: 18 mA Accessories: Owners Manual Leaflet (“USING THE UNIT SAFELY” “IMPORTANT NOTE” and “Information”) Carbon-zinc battery (9 V 6F22) Option (sold separately): AC adaptor (PSA series) Size and Weight Width: 73 mm (2-7/8 inches) Depth: 129 mm (5-1/8 inches) Height: 59 mm (2-6/16 inches) Weight: 430 g (0 lbs. 16 oz.)


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Boss is a prominent manufacturer of guitar effects pedals, multi-effects units, and related musical equipment, known for their durability, reliability, and wide range of effects. Founded in 1973 as a division of the Roland Corporation, Boss quickly became synonymous with high-quality effects pedals that are popular among guitarists and musicians worldwide.

Boss pedals are renowned for their rugged construction, intuitive controls, and signature sound quality. The company offers a comprehensive lineup of effects pedals covering various categories, including distortion, overdrive, delay, modulation, and more. Iconic pedals like the DS-1 Distortion, the DS-2 Turbo Distortion, the DD-3 Digital Delay, and the MT-2 Metal Zone have become staples on countless pedalboards due to their versatility and reliability.

In addition to individual pedals, Boss also produces multi-effects units, loopers, tuners, and accessories designed to meet the needs of modern guitarists and musicians. Their multi-effects units, such as the GT-1000 series, offer a wide range of effects and amp modeling capabilities in a single unit, providing players with a compact and convenient solution for achieving a variety of tones.

With a legacy of innovation and a commitment to quality, Boss continues to be a trusted name in the world of guitar effects, inspiring musicians to explore new sonic possibilities and express themselves creatively.

  • Boost
  • A “boost” pedal, also known as a “clean boost,” is a type of guitar effects pedal designed to increase the volume of the guitar signal without adding significant distortion or coloration to the tone. Boost pedals are used to amplify the signal level, allowing guitarists to achieve higher volume levels or to push their amplifier into overdrive for increased saturation and sustain.

    Boost pedals typically feature a simple interface with controls for adjusting the level of boost, often represented by a single knob or a toggle switch. When engaged, the boost pedal increases the gain of the signal passing through it, effectively amplifying the sound. Unlike overdrive or distortion pedals, which introduce clipping and saturation to the signal, boost pedals aim to provide a clean and transparent volume increase.

    Boost pedals are versatile tools that can serve various purposes in a guitarist’s rig:

    1. **Volume Boost**: Boost pedals can be used to increase the volume of the guitar signal, allowing players to stand out during solos or to compensate for differences in volume between guitars or pickup settings.

    2. **Overdrive Stacking**: Boost pedals are commonly used to push the front end of an overdrive or distortion pedal, resulting in increased saturation and sustain. By placing the boost pedal before a drive pedal in the signal chain, guitarists can achieve higher levels of gain and distortion without sacrificing clarity or dynamics.

    3. **Amp Pushing**: Boost pedals can also be used to drive the input stage of a tube amplifier harder, causing the amp to naturally overdrive and produce a more saturated and harmonically rich tone. This is particularly useful for guitarists seeking to achieve classic tube amp breakup at lower volume levels.

    4. **Tone Shaping**: Some boost pedals feature EQ controls or tone shaping options, allowing guitarists to tailor the frequency response of their signal. These pedals can be used to boost specific frequencies or to shape the overall tonal characteristics of the guitar sound.

    Overall, boost pedals are essential tools for guitarists looking to enhance their tone, increase volume levels, or drive their amplifier into overdrive for added saturation and sustain. Whether used as a standalone effect or in combination with other pedals, boost pedals offer versatility and flexibility in shaping the guitar sound.

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  • Overdrive
  • An overdrive pedal is a type of guitar effects pedal that simulates the sound of a vintage tube amplifier pushed into overdrive or distortion. It adds warmth, richness, and harmonic complexity to the guitar signal, creating a smooth, saturated tone that ranges from mild grit to full-on distortion. Here’s how overdrive pedals work and some common features:

    1. **Gain**: The gain control adjusts the amount of overdrive or distortion applied to the guitar signal. Turning up the gain increases the intensity of the overdrive, while lowering it produces a cleaner, more transparent sound.

    2. **Level**: The level control adjusts the output volume of the pedal. This allows you to match the volume level of the overdriven signal with your clean signal or boost the overall volume for solos or lead lines.

    3. **Tone**: The tone control (sometimes labeled as “tone” or “EQ”) adjusts the frequency response of the overdriven signal. Turning it clockwise boosts the highs and cuts the lows, resulting in a brighter tone. Turning it counterclockwise boosts the lows and cuts the highs, producing a darker tone.

    4. **Drive (or Distortion)**: Some overdrive pedals feature a separate drive control, which determines the intensity of the overdrive effect independently of the gain control. This allows for more fine-tuned control over the amount of saturation and distortion in the tone.

    5. **True Bypass vs. Buffered Bypass**: Overdrive pedals may have either true bypass or buffered bypass circuits. True bypass preserves the guitar’s original tone when the pedal is turned off, while buffered bypass maintains signal integrity and prevents signal loss when the pedal is engaged.

    6. **Voicing Options**: Some overdrive pedals offer voicing options or switchable modes that allow you to tailor the character of the overdrive to suit your playing style or musical genre. This may include options for different clipping diodes, EQ curves, or saturation levels.

    7. **Stacking**: Overdrive pedals are often used in combination with other effects pedals, such as boost pedals, distortion pedals, or modulation effects. Stacking multiple overdrive pedals can create unique tonal textures and dynamic range, allowing for greater versatility and customization of your guitar tone.

    Overdrive pedals are widely used in various music genres, including blues, rock, country, and jazz. Guitarists use them to add warmth, grit, and character to their tone, whether they’re playing rhythm parts, lead lines, or solos. An overdrive pedal is a staple on many pedalboards, offering classic tones and timeless appeal for guitarists of all levels and styles.

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