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ME-70_e1.book

Owner's Manual
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: USING THE UNIT SAFELY (p. E-18) and Important Notes (p. E-19). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, Owners Manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
Copyright 2008 BOSS CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of BOSS CORPORATION.

220 English

All product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Creating Sounds... E-2

Printing Conventions and icons in This Manual
Text or numerals Indicate buttons. enclosed in square brackets [ ] [WRITE] WRITE button Indicates information that you should be aware of when using the ME-70. Indicates supplementary information about an operation. Indicates information about a convenient operation. Indicates a reference page. (p. E-**)

Deutsch

Using the Effects... E-4
COMP/FX (Compressor/Effects).. E-4 OD/DS (Overdrive/Distortion)... E-5 MODULATION.... E-6 DELAY.... E-7 PREAMP..... E-8 NS (Noise Suppressor)... E-8 REVERB.... E-9 PEDAL FX (Pedal Effects)... E-9

Franais Italiano

Saving/Calling Up and Using Tones (Memory Mode). E-10
Changing Between the Manual and Memory Modes.. E-10 Saving Tones (Patch Write)... E-10 Calling Up Tones (Patches)... E-11 Changing Tone Settings (Memory Edit Mode).. E-11

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Convenient Functions.. E-12
Creating Tones with Ease (EZ Tone)..E-12 Checking the Values of Controls...E-12 Tuning the Guitar (Tuner)....E-13 Using External Foot Switches...E-13 Applying Effects in Time with the Song Tempo (Tap Tempo). E-14 Phrase Loop Play....E-15
Technology that simulates existing physical structures, materials, and the like using different, virtual means is called modeling technology. COSM (Composite Object Sound Modeling) is a technical innovation from Roland that combines a number of such sound-modeling technologies to create even newer sounds.

Portugus

Making the Settings for Control Operation..E-15

Nederlands

Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset). E-16 Adjusting the Expression Pedal.. E-16 Appendices... E-17
USING THE UNIT SAFELY... E-18 Important Notes.... E-19

Creating Sounds

AUX INGUITAR
Making the Connections and Turning the Power On
Guitar Amp Digital Audio Player, etc. Footswitch (BOSS FS-6, etc.)
Turn down the volume all the way on all equipment!

Connect the equipment.

Switch on the amp's power last!
You can mix stereo audio from AUX IN with the output.

To un avo the illu

Insert the plug to power up the ME-70.

Electric Guitar

The battery compartment is located on the underside. Insert the included batteries, taking care to orient them correctly.
When turning the unit upside-down, get a bunch of newspapers or magazines, and place them under the four corners or at both ends to prevent damage to the buttons and controls. Also, you should try to orient the unit so no buttons or controls get damaged. When turning the unit upside-down, handle with care to avoid dropping it, or allowing it to fall or tip over. Carefully follow the installation instructions for batteries, and make sure you observe the correct polarity. Avoid using new batteries together with used ones. In addition, avoid mixing different types of batteries. Remove the batteries whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. If a battery has leaked, use a soft piece of cloth or paper towel to wipe all remnants of the discharge from the battery compartment. Then install new batteries. To avoid inflammation of the skin, make sure that none of the battery discharge gets onto your hands or skin. Exercise the utmost caution so that none of the discharge gets near your eyes. Immediately rinse the affected area with running water if any of the discharge has entered the eyes. Never keep batteries together with metallic objects such as ballpoint pens, necklaces, hairpins, etc.

Stereo Headphones

Expected battery life under continuous use: Carbon: 5 hours, Alkaline: 13 hours These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use. When operating on battery power only, the unit's indicator will become dim when battery power gets too low. Replace the battery as soon as possible. We recommend that you keep batteries installed in the unit even when you're powering it with the AC adaptor. That way, youll be able to continue a performance even if the cord of the AC adaptor gets accidently disconnected from the unit.

2: T.WAH UP

COMP Pedal
This switches the effect on and off.
TYPE COMP T.WAH UP/ T.WAH DOWN What the controls do

SUSTAIN ATTACK LEVEL

This sets the sustain for the sound.
This sets the attack (onset) of the sound.
This sets the volume level of the effect.
This sets the sensitivity of response to the This sets the tone (brightness) of the wah. This sets the intensity of the wah sound. input sound.

SENS ATTACK LEVEL

SLOW GEAR
This sets the sensitivity of response to the Adjusts the time needed for the volume input sound. to reach its maximum.

SENS TONE

DEFRETTER
This sets the sensitivity of response to the This sets the tone. input sound.

LOW HIGH

Single>Hum
This adjusts the tone of the low frequency range.
This adjusts the tone of the high frequency range.

Hum>Single

OD/DS (Overdrive/Distortion)
These effects add distinctive distortion or sustain.
Use this to choose the type of overdrive or distortion.
1: BOOST This is a gain booster. It works well for creating distortion with a COSM preamp, or for creating punchy clean tones when used alone. This is an overdrive sound with natural-sounding distortion. This is the sound of the BOSS OD-1. It produces sweet, mild distortion. This is a unique overdrive that faithfully reproduces the nuances of picking. This is a sharp distortion with rich sustain. This is the sound of a vintage stack-type amp. This is the sound of a large high-gain amp.

Deutsch English

2: NATURAL 3: OD-1 4: BLUES 5: DIST 6: CLASSIC 7: MODERN 8: METAL 9: CORE 10: FUZZ
This is a distortion that emphasizes the midrange. This is a distortion that cuts the midrange. This is a distortion that is distinctively rough and heavy.

OD/DS pedal

What the controls do

DRIVE TONE LEVEL

Sets the intensity of the distortion.
Sets the brightness of the sound.
Sets the volume level for OD/DS.
Espaol Portugus Nederlands

MODULATION

These effects broaden, modulate, and/or pitch shift the sound.

Use this to choose the type of delay.
1: 1-99ms 2: 100-990ms 3: 1000-6000ms 4: ANALOG 5: MODULATE 6: REVERSE 7: CHO + DELAY 8: MOMENTARY 9: TAP This is a delay of 1 to 99 ms (milliseconds), which is ideal for a doubling effect. This delay has a delay time of 100 to 990 ms (milliseconds). This is a delay of 1,000 to 6,000 ms (milliseconds), which is suited to special effects. This produces a mild analog delay sound. This is a delay with a pleasant chorus-type effect added to the delay repeats. This produces the effect of playback in reverse. This produces chorus and delay effects at the same time. (The settings for chorus cannot be changed.) Delay is activated only while the DELAY pedal is pressed. This determines the delay time by using the pedal. This lets you record a performance and play it back repeatedly. This is useful for both live performances and practice sessions.

English

DELAY pedal

10: PHRASE LOOP

In memory mode (p. E-10), MOMENTARY, TAP, and PHRASE LOOP pedal operations use the number pedal for the currently selected patch.

TYPE 1-99 ms

TIME Ex. 2ms 99ms FEEDBACK E. LEVEL
This sets the delay time in steps of 1 ms.
This sets the number of This sets the volume level of the delay sound. repetitions for the delay. Italiano

FEEDBACK E. LEVEL

100-990 ms

Ex. 120ms

This sets the delay time in steps of 10 ms.
This sets the number of This sets the volume level of the delay sound. repetitions for the delay.

1000-6000 ms

Ex. 1200ms

6000ms

This sets the delay time in steps of 100 ms.
This sets the number of This sets the volume level of the delay sound. repetitions for the delay. Espaol
ANALOG MODULATE REVERSE CHO + DELAY MOMENTARY
This sets the number of This sets the volume level of the effect. repetitions for the delay.
When TYPE is set to REVERSE, this adjusts the balance of direct and effect sound.

FEEDBACK

This sets the beat for the delay sound.
Applying Effects in Time with the Song Tempo (Tap Tempo) (p. E-14)

PHRASE LOOP

This sets the volume level of the phrase loop.
Phrase Loop Play (p. E-15)
You can control the E. LEVEL parameter using the expression pedal. For more information, read Using Pedal FX (p. E-9).

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PREAMP
This models preamp response. You can also use it as an equalizer.
Use this to choose the type of preamp.

0: OFF 1: EQ 2: CLEAN 3: COMBO 4: TWEED 5: STACK 6: LEAD STK 7: R-FIER This turns off preamp modeling. This is a 4-band parametric equalizer. This is a clean sound that is smooth and warm. This is a crunch sound reminiscent of a VOX combo amp. This is a crunch sound like that of a Fender Bassman. This is a sound reminiscent of 1970s Marshall amps. This is a high-gain lead sound. This models a Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier.
LOW LOW-MID HIGH-MID HIGH LEVEL
This sets the overall volume level. EQ
These adjust the volume of the respective EQ bands.

Frequency

MIDDLE

TREBLE

CLEAN COMBO TWEED STACK LEAD STK R-FIER
This sets the amount of distortion of the preamp.
This sets the overall volume level of the preamp.

NS (Noise Suppressor)

This suppresses the noise and hum picked up by the guitar's pickup.
NS THRES (Noise Suppressor Threshold)
This adjusts the effect in response to the level of noise. A value of 0 switches off the noise suppressor.
Setting this higher than necessary may cause no sound to be produced when the guitar is played at low volume.

REVERB

This adds lingering reverberations to the sound.
This adjusts the type of reverb and the size of the effect.
ROOM HALL This simulates the reverberations inside a room (setting value: 0. through 49.) This simulates the reverberations inside a hall (setting value: 0. through 49.)
Display example ROOM 12 HALL 49
The dot indicates that the effect is HALL reverb.

PEDAL FX (Pedal Effects)

This produces a variety of effects using the unit's expression pedal.
Use this to choose the type of PEDAL FX.
1: WAH 2: VOICE 3: +1 OCTAVE 4: -1 OCTAVE This is a wah effect. This lets you create sounds that simulate a human voice. This lets continuously vary the pitch up to one octave higher or lower than the original sound.

Deutsch Franais

Play single notes.

5: MOD RATE

This lets you control the rate of the MODULATION effect.
The MODULATION effect's RATE knob determines the maximum value of the range controlled with the expression pedal.

6: DELAY LEV

This lets you control delay level when you're using the DELAY effect.
The DELAY effect's E. LEVEL knob determines the maximum value of the range controlled with the expression pedal.

Using Pedal FX

PEDAL FX Indicator

Firmly pressing the toe of the expression pedal (while putting some weight into it) switches the function of the expression pedal.
Portugus PEDAL FX Indicator Explanation Dark Lit Functions as VOLUME (volume pedal). Functions as the effect selected using the PEDAL FX knob.
Saving/Calling Up and Using Tones (Memory Mode)
The ME-70 has two primary operating modes: Manual mode and Memory mode. In Manual mode, the tones are produced by the actual positions of the front-panel knobs for the various effects. In contrast, Memory mode allows you to save tone settings and recall them for later use.

Patches and Banks

In Memory mode, a combination (or set) of effects together with a group of parameter settings is called a patch. A group of four patches is called a bank, and the respective patches in a bank correspond to the number pedals. The banks are organized into nine user banks that you can freely read from or write to, and nine read-only preset banks. In total, the ME-70 has 72 patches.
User Bank 9 User Bank 3 User Bank 2 Patch Patch User Bank 1 Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Preset Bank 9 Preset Bank 3 Preset Bank 2 Patch Patch Preset Bank 1 Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch Patch These are read-only. (Writing to them is not possible.) Patch
You can read from and write to these without restriction.

Number Pedals

Changing Between the Manual and Memory Modes
When the unit is in Manual mode, the dot at the bottom right of the display lights up. When the unit is in Memory mode, the currently selected bank number is displayed.
1. Press number pedals 3 and 4 at the same time. 2. Each press switches the ME-70 between Manual

mode and Memory mode.

Manual Mode Memory Mode (User Bank 1) Memory Mode (Preset Bank 2)
Saving Tones (Patch Write)
This saves the control settings in a patch.
You can perform patch-write operations either in Manual mode or in Memory mode. Performing a patch-write operation switches the unit into Memory mode. Choose the user bank number by pressing BANK [ Until you perform a patch-write operation, switching off the power or changing patches will cause any tones you've created to be lost. Carrying out a write operation causes any tone already saved at the destination patch to be lost.

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1. Press [WRITE].
The pedal indicators flash.
2. Choose the user bank and patch number where
you'd like to save the patch.
] and [ ]. Choose the patch number by pressing a number pedal (1 through 4).
To stop the Write procedure, press [EDIT/EXIT].

3. Press [WRITE] again.

The tone is saved.

Pedal Indicators

To copy a patch, call up the patch you want to copy (p. E-11), then simply carry out a write operation. You can copy the patch by choosing a different patch number and saving it there.
Calling Up Tones (Patches)
To switch patches, use BANK [ (1-4). ][ ] and the number pedals

1. Press BANK [

Choose the bank number to which you want to switch. The displayed bank number flashes. (At this time, the tones are not yet switched.)
For the bank number, you can choose a user bank from U1 through U9 or a preset bank from P1 through P9.
Pressing number pedals 1 and 2 at the same time enables bank selection using number pedals 1 and 2. After choosing the bank, you confirm the selection by pressing number pedal 3 or 4.
2. Press any one of the number pedals from 1 through
The unit switches to the patch with in the bank number you chose in Step 1.
When you're selecting a patch within the same bank, you can skip Step 1.
You can also switch bank numbers using a foot switch. For more information, read Using External Foot Switches (p. E-13).
Changing Tone Settings (Memory Edit Mode)
In Memory mode, editing effects or changing the noise-suppressor threshold (NS THRES) is not possible. When you want to make these changes, put the unit in Memory Edit mode.
1. Refer to Calling Up Tones (Patches) and call up the
patch whose settings you want to change.

2. Press [EDIT/EXIT].

The unit switches to Memory mode and Ed appears in the display.
3. Use the controls, pedals, and buttons to modify the
In Memory Edit mode, in Manual mode, the number pedals switch effects on and off, and [ ] and [ ] manipulate the NS THRES parameter.

4. Press [EDIT/EXIT].

The unit returns to Memory mode.
5. If you want to save the tone whose settings you've

changed, carry out a patch-write operation (p. E-10).
Until you perform a patch-write operation, switching off the power or changing patches will cause any tones you've created to be lost.

Convenient Functions

Creating Tones with Ease (EZ Tone)
EZ Tone is a feature for creating sounds quickly and easily by calling up saved parameter settings for each individual effect type. The ME-70 comes from the factory with optimal settings for each effect type saved as EZ Tones. If you like, you can edit an EZ Tone and save your changes over the factory setting. This allows you to use EZ Tone to quickly call up your favorite settings for each effect type.
Choosing (Calling Up) an EZ Tone
When EZ TONE is on, you call up the saved settings for an effect with its TYPE knob.

1. Press [EZ TONE].

The EZ TONE indicator lights.
You can use the number pedals to switch the effects on and off, allowing you to check each effect's sound by itself. To switch off PREAMP, use the TYPE knob to select OFF.
2. Use an effects TYPE knob to choose its EZ Tone.
Optimal effect parameters for the chosen TYPE value are set automatically.
After you choose an EZ Tone, you can use the effect's controls to fine-tune the sound as desired.
Saving the Created Tone as an EZ Tone
If you edit an EZ Tone with an effect's controls, you can save the changes.
1. Hold down [EZ TONE] and press [WRITE].
The indicator for the save-destination effect flashes.
Pressing only [WRITE] commences the procedure for saving the current settings for all effects as a patch.

2. Use BANK [

want to save.

] and [

] to choose the effect you
The selection cycles through the choices in this sequence, with the current choice flashing: COMP/FX OD/DS MODULATION DELAY PREAMP all effects COMP/FX.
When you select all effects, youre saving the EZ Tones for every effect.

3. Press [WRITE].

The edited EZ Tone is stored in memory at the location now selected by the TYPE knob.
Performing a save operation causes any previous EZ Tone already saved at the TYPE destination to be lost.
Checking the Values of Controls
Operations such as calling up patches or EZ Tones may result in discrepancies between the set parameters and the positions shown by the controls. You can get the actual parameter values to appear in the display so you can check them.
1. Hold down [EDIT/EXIT] and turn the control for the

value you want to check.

The value of the control appears in the display for a brief time.
Tuning the Guitar (Tuner)
3. Play a single open note on the string to be tuned.
The name of the note closest to the pitch of the string played appears in the display.

( sign)

4. Tune so that the desired pitch is displayed and both
tuning guide indicators light up.

Tuning Guide

1. Press number pedals 2 and 3 at the same time.
Each press switches the tuner on or off.
2. If necessary, you can change the reference pitch.
When the tuner is on, you can change the reference pitch by pressing NS THRES/BANK [ ] or [ ]. Display 3545 Pitch 435445 (Hz)
Too low (rapid flashing) Tuned Too high (rapid flashing)

Bypass Feature (BYPASS)

In Tuner mode, the sound output is the same as the input sound, with no effects applied (bypass). You can use the expression pedal to control the volume.
The reference pitch appears in the display for a brief time. The reference pitch setting is saved automatically, so there is no need to make this setting each time you tune. The reference pitch was set to 40 (440 Hz) when the unit was shipped from the factory.
Using External Foot Switches
Connecting an optional footswitch (the BOSS FS-5U or FS-6) lets you carry out the following operations.

Mode Manual Memory

Function Switches the PREAMP effect on or off Switches the REVERB effect on or off Bank Number Up, Bank Number Down
Stereo 1/4 phone cable (Commercially available item)
1/4 phone cable (monaural) (Commercially available item) PCS-31L cable (Sold separately)
To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices, always turn down the volume and turn off the power to all devices before making any connections. Disconnecting or connecting plugs during startup may switch the PREAMP effect or REVERB effect on or off.
If you're using an FS-5U switch, set the POLARITY switch as shown in the following. If you're using an FS-6 switch, set the MODE and POLARITY switches as shown below.
Footswitch BOSS FS-6 (Sold separately)
Footswitch BOSS FS-5U (Sold separately)

Manual Mode

REVERB ON/OFF Bank Down

PREAMP ON/OFF Bank Up

Memory Mode
Applying Effects in Time with the Song Tempo (Tap Tempo)

When the DELAY effect is set to TAP, you can set the delay's tempo by pressing a pedal in time with tempo of a song.
1. Set the DELAY effect's TYPE knob to TAP.
The pedal's indicator flashes in time with the currently set delay time.

2. Set the TIME knob at

This section describes how to carry out the operation when in Manual mode. When you're in Memory mode, you can accomplish the same operation by using the number pedal for the currently selected patch.

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Choose the rhythm for the delay sound that's produced (dotted eighth note or quarter note).
3. Press the DELAY pedal at least twice in time with the

song's tempo.

The timing of the delay sound is determined by the timing with which you press the pedal. The ME-70 interprets each press as a quarter-note interval, and sets the delay according to the note value set in Step 2. The pedal's indicator flashes in time with the tempo you input.
Timing Delay Sound TIME knob
Setting Modulation Speed and Delay Time Using the Pedals
In addition to adjusting the speed (frequency) of modulation and the delay time using the knobs, you can also set the timings you want using the pedals.
1. Use the TYPE knobs for the MODULATION and
DELAY effects to choose the desired effects types.
When one of the TYPE settings shown below has been selected for the MODULATION or DELAY effect, the settings described in this section cannot be made using the pedals.

Effect MODULATION DELAY

TYPE value HARMONIST OCTAVE MOMENTARY TAP PHRASE LOOP
If you wish to select TAP as the DELAY effect, use the procedure described in Applying Effects in Time with the Song Tempo (Tap Tempo) to set the delay time with a pedal.
2. Hold down the MOD or DELAY pedal for at least two
This section describes how to carry out the operation when in the Manual mode. When you're in the Memory mode, you can accomplish the same operation by using the number pedal for the currently selected patch. When you're in Memory mode and the MODULATION and DELAY effects are both on, you can make the setting for only the delay time.

seconds.

Two seconds after you begin pressing the pedal, the pedal's indicator starts to flash.
3. Press the MOD or DELAY pedal at least twice at the

speed you want.

The speed of the effect is set by the timing with which you press the pedal. The pedal's indicator flashes in time with the modulation rate or the delay sound.
4. Once again hold down the MOD or DELAY pedal for

at least two seconds.

The setting for the speed is completed, and the effect is turned on. The pedal's indicator stops flashing and stays steadily illuminated.
After you've finished making the settings, moving the RATE knob or the TIME knob deactivates the effect timing set using the pedal and returns priority to the knob setting.

Phrase Loop Play

You can record up to 38 seconds of a performance and play back the recorded section over and over. You can also layer additional performances with the recording as it plays back (overdubbing). This lets you create realtime backing performances on the fly.
1. Set the DELAY effect's TYPE knob to PHRASE LOOP.
The unit goes into recording standby and the pedal's indicator flashes at a fixed interval.
2. Press the DELAY pedal.
Recording starts as soon as you press the DELAY pedal, and the pedals indicator flashes rapidly.
3. Press the DELAY pedal again.
Recording ends. As soon as recording stops, repeated playback of what's been recorded starts, and the pedal's indicator lights continuously. English
An oscillating sound may be audible with extremely short recording times.
4. To layer additional recordings (overdubbing), repeat

Steps 2 and 3.

STANDBY
When you switch the DELAY effect's TYPE knob to another position or turn the power off, the recorded data is deleted.
5. Adjust the phrase loop's volume as desired with the
DELAY effect's E. LEVEL knob.
6. Press the pedal twice switch to stop the playback.
The unit returns to recording standby. Franais
Press the DELAY pedal twice within the span of one second.

OVERDUB

Pedal Indicator
When playback ends, the recorded data is deleted.

Lit Dark

Making the Settings for Control Operation
When you call up patches or EZ Tones, an effect's parameters may not reflect the actual position of the control knobs. You can set how the parameters behave when the control knobs are moved in this state.
1. Press number pedals 3 and 4 at the same time to
change to Manual mode (p. E-10).
2. Hold down [EDIT/EXIT] and press the COMP pedal. 3. Use NS THRES/BANK [

Display n0 n1

] or [ method of control operation.

] to select the

Control operation The value changes immediately as the knob is turned (factory setting). The value changes once the knob is turned past the position corresponding to the currently set value.

4. Press [WRITE].

The setting is stored in memory.
Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
You can restore the settings in the ME-70 (User patch, tuner reference pitch, and knob response method (p. E-15)) to the values set when the unit was shipped from the factory.

switch to Manual mode (p. E-10).
2. Hold down [EDIT/EXIT] press MOD Pedal.
F appears in the display.
The Tuning Guide flashes.

4. Press [WRITE] again.

The display flashes and the factory reset is executed.
Never turn off the power while Factory Reset is in progress.
Adjusting the Expression Pedal
The ME-70's expression pedal has been set for optimal operation at the factory. However, extended use and certain operating environments can result in the pedal going out of adjustment. If you encounter problems such as the expression pedal's ON/OFF switch not functioning or the volume pedal not fully cutting off the sound, you can use the following procedure to readjust the pedal.
2. Hold down [EDIT/EXIT] press DELAY Pedal.
The display shows Pd, then Up.
3. Move the heel of the expression pedal all the way
down, then release the pedal and press [WRITE].

The display shows dn.

4. Move the toe of the expression pedal all the way
A value indicating the current stiffness (sensitivity) of the expression pedal switch appears in the display.
If the display flashes in Steps 3 or 4, press the pedal again, and then press [WRITE].

5. Use NS THRES/BANK [

] and [ ] to adjust the stiffness (sensitivity) of the expression pedal switch.
The lower the value, the more easily the switch will respond, even when pressed lightly.
This is set to 5 when shipped from the factory. When operating the expression pedal, be careful not to get your fingers pinched between the movable part and the panel. In places with small children, an adult should provide supervision and guidance until the child is capable of following all the rules essential for the safe operation of the unit.

6. Press [WRITE].

The setting is saved in memory.

Appendices

Preset Patch List
Patch Number 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 9-1 9-2 9-3 9-4 Explanation Rough distortion sound, good for backing. Well sustained distortion sound, good for solos. Crunch sound suitable for blues. Clean sound for arpeggio. Metal sound good for riffs. Fuzz sound of the 60s with UNI-V. Speed of UNI-V effect can be changed with expression pedal. Crunch sound, good for chord strokes. Tight, clean sound, good for rhythm. Drive sound for 70s hard rock. Metal sound, good for single-coil pickups. Rotary sound of the 70s. Speed of ROTARY effect can be changed with expression pedal. Jazz sound, suitable for neck pickup. Sweet drive sound for latin rock. Level of DELAY effect can be controlled with expression pedal. This is a whimsical sound suited to 1970s progressive rock. Tremolo sound, good for 60s surf rock. Clean sound with T.WAH for funk. Distortion sound for 80s metal. This raises the pitch by an octave when the expression pedal is operated. It is suited to single-note phrases. Crunch sound with COMPRESSOR for solos. Phaser sound, good for rhythm. Drive sound, good for punk rock. Twin-lead-like distortion sound for single-note phrases in A minor (C major.) 90s alternative-rock sound. Clean sound with pedal wah, good for rhythm. Mild lead sound for jazz-fusion. This produces an effect like a talk box when the pedal is operated. Slap-back echo sound for country. Clean tone for 60s Liverpool sound. Heavy distortion combining sound an octave lower. Wild distortion with FLANGER. Hard rock sound with PHASER. Changes a single-coil-pickup sound to a clean, humbucker sound. This tone is suited to solos that combine PEDAL WAH and DISTORTION. Synth-like sound using SLOW GEAR. This is a crunch sound that uses a dotted eighth note delay. Pressing the number pedals changes the delay time. Fretless guitar sound.

Never install the unit in any of the following locations. Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or are Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or are Exposed to steam or smoke; or are Subject to salt exposure; or are Humid; or are Exposed to rain; or are Dusty or sandy; or are Subject to high levels of vibration and shakiness.
Immediately turn the power off, remove the AC adaptor from the outlet, and request servicing by your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the Information page when: The AC adaptor or the power-supply cord has been damaged; or If smoke or unusual odor occurs Objects have fallen into, or liquid has been spilled onto the unit; or The unit has been exposed to rain (or otherwise has become wet); or The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance.
At regular intervals, you should unplug the AC adaptor and clean it by using a dry cloth to wipe all dust and other accumulations away from its prongs. Also, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. Any accumulation of dust between the power plug and the power outlet can result in poor insulation and lead to fire.
Make sure you always have the unit placed so it is level and sure to remain stable. Never place it on stands that could wobble, or on inclined surfaces.
In households with small children, an adult should provide supervision until the child is capable of following all the rules essential for the safe operation of the unit.
Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming entangled. Also, all cords and cables should be placed so they are out of the reach of children.
Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on the unit.
Protect the unit from strong impact. (Do not drop it!)
Use only the specified AC adaptor (PSA series), and make sure the line voltage at the installation matches the input voltage specified on the AC adaptors body. Other AC adaptors may use a different polarity, or be designed for a different voltage, so their use could result in damage, malfunction, or electric shock.
Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord, nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage the cord, producing severed elements and short circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards!
Do not force the units powersupply cord to share an outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices. Be especially careful when using extension cordsthe total power used by all devices you have connected to the extension cords outlet must never exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the extension cord. Excessive loads can cause the insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually melt through.

Cet appareil numrique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada.
For C.A. US (Proposition 65)

WARNING

This product contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, including lead.
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MOMENTARY... E-7

NS... E-8 NS THRES.... E-8
BANK.... E-1011 BYPASS... E-13
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CHO + DELAY... CHORUS... CLEAN.... COMBO... COMP.... COMP/FX.... E-7 E-6 E-8 E-8 E-4 E-4
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RATE... REC OUT... RESONANCE... REVERB... REVERSE... R-FIER.... ROTARY.... E-6 E-3 E-6 E-9 E-7 E-8 E-6
EQ... E-8 EZ TONE.... E-12
FEEDBACK.... E-67 FLANGER.... E-6
SENS... Single>Hum... SLOW GEAR.... SOLO.... STACK.... SUSTAIN... E-4 E-4 E-4 E-4 E-8 E-4
GAIN... Gt.AMP OUTPUT... GUITAR INPUT... guitar-amp simulate... E-8 E-3 E-2 E-3
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UNI-V.... E-6
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VIBRATO... E-6

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