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DS1X
Boss DS1X - MSRP: $243.50

Combining over 35 years of pedal design, the DS-1X takes BOSS's famous distortion sound into a new era of guitar playing. The DS-1X features BOSS's innovative Multi-Dimensional Processing technology, which allows it to dynamically adapt to any register you play in. We've played with all of BOSS's MDP pedals here at Sweetwater, and we can assure you, these pedals are awesome! And thanks to the DS-1X's dual tone knobs, not only do you get clear and full-sounding distortion all across the fretboard, you get the control you need to make it your own.

OD1X
Boss OD1X - MSRP: $243.50
Taking full advantage of BOSS's Multi-Dimensional Processing, the OD-1X reinvents a classic overdrive stompbox in a way any guitarist will appreciate. Thanks to powerful real-time processing, the OD-1X lets you fly from the lowest drop-tuned open string to the highest fret experiencing the smoothest, most natural-sounding overdrive you've heard. This pedal responds to your pick attack just like an ultra-responsive tube amp. We've played with all of BOSS's MDP pedals here at Sweetwater, and we can assure you, these pedals are awesome! No matter the pickup or the register, this awesome BOSS OD-1X overdrive pedal delivers!

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ME80
Boss ME-80 - MSRP: $418.50

Get an entire guitar rig and pedalboard in one unit with the BOSS ME-80 Guitar Multi-effects Processor. Utilizing the technology from the GT-100 and BOSS's MDP effects, the ME-80 delivers killer sounds. A COSM preamp section helps you build great amplifier tones, and eight footswitches give you access to compression, distortion, modulation, delay effects, and more. Each effects section uses dedicated knobs for each parameter, letting you dial in sounds quickly and intuitively. Harness the power of an entire store's worth of BOSS pedals with the BOSS ME-80 Guitar Multi-effects Processor!

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  • Understand the inherent challenges in rhythm guitar playing.
  • Develop new strumming patterns.
  • Cultivate practice strategies to keep yourself motivated.
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Last updated on May 12, 2022

Rhythm guitar is arguably the most important aspect of guitar playing, and it’s also one of the most challenging skills to develop. The discouragement many players feel when working on rhythms forces too many of them to oversimplify the nuances, and this can reduce a performance from exceptional to fine. In this lesson, we’ll investigate why rhythm guitar can be so puzzling and look at a few ways to keep yourself motivated enough to persevere and improve.

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