Featuring the iconic, sturdy Boss chassis, an internal oscillator with seven unique modes, and a four dual-knob control layout consisting of effect/direct, frequency/resonance, and sens/decay. the Boss SYB-3 Bass Synthesizer is a great vintage avenue to real low-end synthesis on a four-string. Capable of summoning sounds reminiscent of Jesse Keeler's work in Death from Above 1979 to the industrial tones of Nine Inch Nails, this is a great pedal to find some experimental tones on either bass or guitar.

Product Specs

  • SYB-3 Bass Synthesizer (Pink or Dark Gray Label)
  • Silver
  • 1996 - 2001
Made In
  • Taiwan

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Reviews for the Boss SYB-3 Bass Synthesizer
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  • Fun? Yes. Useful? No.

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    This is pedal that I keep on my board and get almost no usefulness from. That being said, if you want to make a bunch of weird noise it gets the job done. The tracking is poor, all the sounds are essentially the same, the controls are vague, it is a boring silver color, the wah effect seems more of…