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Support - ME Owner's Manuals. ME Owner's Manuals. Owner's Manual. Support. Top · Updates & Drivers · Owner's Manuals · Support Documents. NO LIABILITY Roland can not reply to inquiries regarding this system software updater. Please read the instructions completely, and please note that you should. Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the BOSS ME Guitar Multiple The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
Page of 36 Go. Owner's Manual. Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
As a "row of stompboxes" without the spaghetti it's hard to beat. Spudman January 31st, , PM Pretty brave of you getting rid of all your other pedals. I'm not that brave. I hear you about the convenience of connections. Getting rid of all the weak connections and cables is a good thing. I know I've been pretty happy moving to all-in-one unit too. It sounds like the ME50 could be a good unit.
I imagine the prices are pretty good on them? Do the modules actually sound like the Boss pedals they are supposed to emulate? That would be a good thing if Boss did that. Did you have any Boss pedals that this unit replaced? They all pretty much do what it says on the label except they don't quite respond quite like the individual pedals.
I could go into enormous detail here, but won't. You have to hear them to get the slight differences. You can get those signature tones but don't assume you can just put the knobs where you would on the pedal for the same sound. The GT series are closer to that and the ME sits in the middle ground. The delays are digital delays rather like a Boss DD3 but with tap tempo and 2 seconds total. I like the fact that I can feed the front end of my ersatz Fender or Marshall amp with something labeled Tube Screamer and get what I expected, which has not been my experience with multi effects in the past.
You are probably right that the ME50 price will drop or the ME70 will increase. Outside of four foot swithes me70 versus three ME50 , I haven't looked to see what the differences are.
I am selling my RP and some other things in order to download the ME50 and a Blackheart, so your review was very timely. Now, if I can get a timely downloader I will be all set. Good review. Like you, I don't use a wah much, so the ME's is quite adequate for my needs you can adjust the travel sensitivity on the expression pedal. I leave the Tone Modify off. I think the Noise Suppressor's pretty decent, and transparent. And the Reverbs?
I'll verify there's no need to override the T60's great 6-spring Accutronics tank. To me, the Stereo Outs of the ME are what makes it. I can send it stereo to my recording setup, 2 different amps, or in mono to 2 different signal chains.
I picked up one of those to try to use with my ME No comment on the quality, it works OK enuff, but it's a hassle, overly complicated. I had a Digitech FS 3-button switch on-hand that I got to go with a Vocalist Performer about 12 years ago, and it works perfectly for switching between the 3 Banks True, that. IMHO, that's a downgrade. It's a swings and roundabouts deal. The amp modeler can be switched off whence it becomes a proper 5 band I think EQ. This gives it more flexibility than the ME for recording or direct to the PA gigs but loses the ME's "just the FX, ma'am" style which I prefer to "all bells and whistles".
I've discovered that the two button footswitches that come with the Behringer V-amp and some of their amps work with the ME They're a better build quality than the AB This gives it more flexibility than the ME for recording or direct to the PA gigs but loses the ME's "just the FX, ma'am" style which I prefer to "all bells and whistles" I've tried and had enuff amp modelers over the years to come to the conclusion that I don't care for any of them, although I guess my Roland Micro-Cube qualifies as one.
Amp modelers are cool, just not for me.
Now, that's good to know :AOK: As long as you either keep the amp, or sell it without the switch to someone who just fell off a turnip truck I'm going to order one tomorrow after I talk to my sales tech at Sweetwater to see what kind of deal I can get. There's a 2-page Patch Sheet you could photocopy, or if you have the pdf, print at will, that you can jot your personally-created preset patch settings on.
Truly handy, since they're only ID'd by numbers, not by name, on the ME You are on a different power grid or supply than the US I believe , I'm not sure if we are comparing apples and apples. That's all you need worry about. The Boss PSA is only rated at ma. That Digitech PSU is quite powerful. The ME50 pulls a maximum of ma according to the spec sheet.
Do you have a Guitar Center nearby? I want to explore some blues with the ME50 and will be looking for some good settings. A very transparent OD tone that responds to the guitar well. Great for that JJ Cale-ish "larger than life strat" tone with a strat ;. Also, try the vibrato for some Bo Diddley Magnatone type stuff. As I said above I'm not that fond of the rotary or the Univibe but ymmv as ever. The joy of this box is that once you've dialed in something you like with the knobs you can write it with three or four button pushes.
I like intuitive UIs : just strum February 13th, , PM The joy of this box is that once you've dialed in something you like with the knobs you can write it with three or four button pushes.
I like intuitive UIs : How about reverse for a little Beatles markb February 13th, , PM How about reverse for a little Beatles I never use the B-word ; wingsdad February 15th, , AM ME50 folks, I am going to find some time to spend with the ME50 this weekend and was wondering if you've hit on any favorite settings?
I use my ME50 by itself a lot, as a headphone amp. And while I 'design' a patch for a specific guitar, I'll often try it with another guitar and find it's a cool setting. I'm still exploring, but I have found some settings that I am really happy with. It is also a lot of fun to experiment with the settings as one does a search for the ones you want to lock in on. I ended up downloading one through one of the stores that sells through site and was reimbursed within 1 to 2 days.
In searching for info on the ME50 before and after my download, I came across a number of people in forums that did away with most of their pedals and went with the ME50 and seem happy. I can't say I got rid of any pedals, but I can say that I am happy with the download. I still have the RP and PM me if anyone is interested. I think it's the ideal processor for people like me with fairly minimal effects needs.
I've had a number of multis before but the manual operation with instant tweaking make this one actually practical to use on stage without hours of programming before the show and loads of tweaking during, which is a complete PITA. Ditto :AOK: And perhaps a limited budget. I'm particularly glad you're happy with it since you know I'd 'promoted it' :poke: to you personally for so long. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
Simple Operation—Works Like a. Intuitive operation, similar to that of compact effects. The ME is equipped with an expression pedal that.
It can also be switched for use as a volume. You can store up to 30 original tones you have created. You can also use the pedals in "Memory mode" to call. Boss ME Service Notes 22 pages. Roland owner's manual network adapter sp 77 pages. Boss audio systems owner's manual digital recording studio brcd pages. Boss owner's manual bass effects processor gt-6b 84 pages. Boss digital recorder owner's manual br pages.
Page 2: Refer all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the "Information" page. Page 4: Important Notes including padding that it came in, if possible. Otherwise, you will need to use equivalent packaging materials. If using some other make of connection cable, please note the following precautions. Page 5: Table Of Contents Convenient Functions Page 6: Playing Sounds This may vary according to usage conditions.
Making the Connections The ME is not equipped with any internal amplifier or speakers. To listen to sound with the ME, connect it to a guitar amp, stereo headphones, or other such sound equipment. Page 7: Turn down the volume of the ME and any connected 2. Playing Sounds sound distortion.
Page 8: About the Effect Connection Sequence The ME automatically selects the optimum sequence for connecting the effects according to the effect p. Page 9: TYPE knob The sound is bypassed. Fat tone with boosted mid range. MILD Mild tone with the high end cut back.