Unlock the harmonic potential of your guitar
What is it?
The Boss MO-2 Multi-Overtone compact pedal uses the existing harmonic tones of your guitar to produce new and inspiring sounds. It does this with a new technology called MDP (or Multi-Dimensional Processing).
How does it work?
The MDP technology in the MO-2 compact pedal works by analysing audio signals using a variety of factors (or dimensions) and then applying different effect levels to each stage. The end result is a bold, new sound with a previously unattainable range of expression and dynamic response.
But you don’t need to worry too much about how it works, and you definitely don’t need yet another acronym in your life, so just listen to how it sounds and what it can do for your music – which is where it gets really exciting.
What’s good about it?
New sounds fuel creativity and experimentation. Using your guitar’s rich harmonic overtones as a starting point, the MO-2 creates unique sounds that enhance and thicken the normal tone. Three different modes offer diverse sound-shaping options, while the DETUNE knob unlocks a wide range of impressive modulation effects.
From shimmering multi-string resonance to flute-like transparency to powerful textures reminiscent of organs and synths, the MO-2 unlocks an inspiring array of all-new dynamic resonance characteristics that will take your playing (and your music) in a new direction.
As always, it’s far easier to actually hear something rather than just reading about it, so check out the video below and trust your ears.
MO-2 Multi-Overtone: in brief
- Impressive, harmonically rich sounds that complement and enhance your guitar tone
- Transforms both clean and distorted guitar tones, as well as your bass guitar
- Next-generation BOSS compact pedal with innovative Multi-Dimensional Processing, using proprietary technology and custom DSP
- Highly responsive to volume changes and playing dynamics
- Three different sound modes for a wide range of tonal adjustment with simple controls
- Mono or stereo output
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