Boss TE-2 Tera Echo Delay Pedal
The Boss TE-2 Tera Echo is an ambient, stereo reverb/delay stomp-box, perfect for creating ethereal textures and soundscapes with your guitar. The TE-2 utilises the Boss MDP (Multi Dimensional processor) technology with real time DSP effects to produce incredible sounds which are unattainable with analog-circuitry.
The TE-2 can be used in either stereo or mono using the dedicated inputs and outputs and has a wide range of tonal adjustments using the simple controls of the pedal. A 'Freeze' function allows you to hold the ambient texture in the background while you play lead lines over the top. This a truly wonderful pedal which will enrich and enhance your sound with ease.
GAK's Boss TE-2 FAQ's
Q1: What is DSP?
A: DSP stands for Digital Signal Processing. DSP is used in the TE-2 to take an analog signal from your instrument and convert it to digital, effects can then be processed over the signal in real time.
Q2: How do I use the 'Freeze' function?
A: To use the freeze function you need to gently push down on the pedal when you play until you see the light flash green. The TE-2 will now hold that ambient sound in the background until you take your foot off the pedal.
Q3: How long is the battery life?
A: The TE-2 uses a 9V PP-3 type battery. Using an Alkaline battery (6LR61) will give around 6 hours of use. The TE-2 can also be powered by an optional AC adapter such as the Boss PSA.
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- The TE-2 Tera Echo is the 100th model in the long and rich history of the Boss compact pedal series. Boss' legendary stompboxes have been integral tools of artistic expression for almost 20 million players around the world. Fueled by a spirit of dedication and innovation that started with the release of the OD-1 Overdrive in 1977, the TE-2 carries on the Boss legacy by inspiring musicians everywhere.
- The MDP technology in the TE-2 analyses audio signals using a variety of factors and then applying different effect levels to each stage. The end result is a bold, new sound with a previously unattainable range of ecpression and dynamic response.