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The new Boss CE-300 Super Chorus is the same tradition as the DE-200 delay machine: an economy priced professional specification rack mounted signal processor marketed under the Boss name.

The CE-300 is a stereo Chorus design with two types of chorus circuitry, Chorus tone control and a Direct Mute switch which outputs the delayed signal only.

It is clean enough for use in the recording studio and is a more powerful device than the standard pedal effect: the greater chorus depth makes it suitable not only for guitar but keyboards, other instruments and for special effects even vocals.

Offering unrivalled range and control of the Chorus parameters the Boss CE-300 creates new standards in an affordable price range. And like the Roland rack, the value-for-money Boss rack promises to be a growing concern....

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