Boss Introduces RC-30 and RC-3 Loopers

Los Angeles, CA (January 14, 2011) -- BOSS celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Loop Station with a dynamic new lineup of RC-series loopers. The RC-3 and RC-30 both

Los Angeles, CA (January 14, 2011) -- BOSS celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Loop Station with a dynamic new lineup of RC-series loopers. The RC-3 and RC-30 both have super-sized internal memory that captures up to three hours of stereo looping. The RC-3 is a one-track stereo Looper housed in a compact pedal; the RC-30 is the two-track version in twin-pedal format. Plug in your instrument of choice, even a microphone; the RC-30 has an XLR input, complete with phantom power. Both pedals are equipped with USB 2.0 ports that let you save your loops externally, as well as import and export WAV files.

RC-30 Dual Track Looper
  • Twin Pedal multitrack looper with true stereo I/O
  • Two synchronized stereo tracks with dedicated volume faders and track-select buttons
  • Massive internal memory with up to three hours of stereo recording time
  • 99 onboard memory phrases for storing loops
  • Built-in effects for processing loops
  • Multiple inputs: 1/4" A and B input jacks, stereo 1/8" mini AUX input jack, XLR input jack with phantom power
  • USB 2.0 port allows you to connect to a PC and import/export WAV audio
  • Rhythm guide with real drums
  • Runs on batteries or optional AC power supply
RC-3
  • Compact and powerful stereo stompbox looper
  • Massive internal memory with up to three hours of stereo recording time
  • 99 onboard memories for storing loops
  • USB 2.0 port allows you to connect to a PC and import/export WAV audio
  • Rhythm guide with real drums
  • Runs on a single 9-volt battery or optional AC power supply
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