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New at NAMM 2010: Boss Me-25 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal

Boss ME25 at Young America Music in Macon, GABrand spankin’ new at the NAMM show this year, YAMS just got in the new BOSS ME-25 multi-effects pedal. It has a TON of features, including looping, amp simulators, downloadable presets……. yet it’s easy to use!

It also comes with a copy of Sonar LE – a light version of the professional software Sonar (many pro studios use Sonar, including Joey Stuckey down at Shadowsound studios).

Like Boss says: it’s a Powerhouse FX with Stompbox Simplicity

Here’s a list of features:

  • Powerful COSMĀ® amp models onboard, from classic to contemporary
  • Super simple user-friendly interface
  • SOUND LIBRARY provides extensive collection of ready-to-use tones; simply choose a category and select a variation
  • Sounds can be instantly edited with the Drive, Tone, and Level knobs and Expression pedal
  • SUPER STACK adds immensely heavy low-end and punch
  • Phrase Loop function with 38 seconds of recording time
  • Functions as a USB audio interface
  • Built-in AUX input for jamming along with external music devices (MP3/CD players, etc.)
  • Runs on six AA batteries or AC adaptor
  • Includes Cakewalk SONAR 8.5 LE software and dozens of audio loops, rhythms and songs for jamming or practicing
  • Free downloadable Librarian software
  • The librarian software will allow you to keep TONS more presets than the unit can carry – and stash them, all on your computer.

    …..and you can hook it up to your computer with a USB cable – and use it as an audio interface! So for a ridiculously low price (really!) you’ve got a multi-track recording studio when coupled with your computer.

    You really need to come by and see this thing! Emmett has priced the Boss ME25 BELOW what the “famous internet store” has – come take a look!

    Boss ME-25 at Young America Music in Macon, GA

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    Elixir strings @ YAMS

    Looking for Elixir strings? We have them, in stock and ready to play! Guitarists around town are raving about how long these strings last. They cost a bit more, but are definitely worth it. One of our customers is changing strings FAR less often now that he’s using Elixirs.