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In the early 1980s, the Chorus effect first introduced by Roland on their JC Series guitar amplifiers, was the effect to have, and the Boss CE-300 was affordable.
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The Boss CE-300 offers two independent chorus circuits to produce full pitch-deviation effects for a wider, fuller sounding effect in the stereo mode, as well as specific deep chorus effects like a multiplex chorus when used in the monaural mode.
In addition to the Rate and Depth controls, the Boss CE-300 Chorus provides a Chorus Level control to select the desired proportion of chorus effects to the direct sound. Also, by using the Chorus Tone control, any type of chorus effect desired is possible-from the popular CE-1 type mild chorus effect to one that’s extremely sharp-sounding.
All of this is done with a very high S/N ratio, as the Boss CE-300 incorporates built-in noise reduction circuitry. With unequalled ease-of-use and built to extremely high specifications, the Boss CE-300 delivers recording quality performance in the studio or onstage.
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For those of us that could not afford the classic Roland Chorus unit of the day, the Boss CE-300 was a much more affordable alternative. These things are pretty well build, sound good on guitar and keyboards. Given their current prices not a bad buy.