BOSS Bass Synthesizer (SYB-3)

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This is the literal version of a Synth-Bass! This bass-guitar-pedal is a monophonic bass synthesizer with simple controls but a genuine analog synth bass sound. It transforms your bass-guitar's sound into a synth sound, complete with a resonant filter with cutoff, decay control and a hold function.

The SYB-3 has 11 synthesizer modes: 7 Internal Sound Modes in which the bass guitar triggers and controls the built-in oscillator. 2 Wave shape modes that tweak your actual bass sound into something synth-like. And 2 T-Wah modes that give you a wah-wah bass sound. Two outputs facilitate individual synth and direct bass signals.

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  • The link above will take you to an eBay search for this synth to see active listings. If you don't find it there, try looking in our forum marketplace or post a wanted classified.
  • Specifications
  • Polyphony - Monophonic
  • Oscillators - Analog Modeled DSP with 1 Osc. (saw, square, PWM, lower octave mode and noise generator mode)
  • LFO - None
  • VCA - None
  • Filter - Lowpass with resonance and cutoff
  • Effects - 2 wave shape and 2 autowah for external sound
  • Keyboard - None
  • Memory - None
  • Control - None
  • Date Produced - 1996
  • Resources & Credits
  • Images from Roland-US.

    Thanks to U-KULTEN for providing some information.

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