Boss RC-300 Loop Station Pedal

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Product information - BOSS RC-300 Loop Station

Loop Station effect pedal with 3 stereo tracks

With loop mania sweeping the globe, BOSS proudly announces the most powerful Loop Station ever brought to the market — the RC-300. The new flagship looper features three synchronized stereo tracks with dedicated volume knobs and transport-control footswitches for each track. It’s also equipped with pro effects, a master Expression pedal, and a deluxe, ultra-wide control panel for the ultimate in live-performance manipulation. Plug in your guitar, bass, keyboard, or instrument of choice and create amazing loops in real time. An XLR input is also provided, complete with phantom power, so singers, percussionists, violinists, beatboxers, or anyone with a mic’d instrument can get in on the act, too. The RC-300 lets you record for up to three hours directly to its internal memory, adding effects as you go. The USB port lets you save your loops externally, as well as import/export WAV files. Step into the most powerful and inspiring Loop Station in BOSS history. It’s the creative powerhouse that musicians have been dreaming of!

The Boss RC-300 Loop Station pedal allows vocalists, guitarists, bassists, keyboard players and other musicians to create involved, complex soundscapes by laying down and overdubbing their songs, layering music into bigger tonal possibilities all from one looper.

With a memory that’s capable of holding up to three hours of looping – whether that be in one huge creation or split between easily-saveable songs – which can be saved, recalled, re-edited and embellished via easy-use control knobs, faders and display panels which quickly make clear what each of the footswitches and expression pedal across the wide, uncluttered chassis will trigger.

Once you’ve started to work on your loops, a plethora of BOSS effects can then be added, including transposing options, modulation, bass emulation for guitarists and phaser. Those players who are only just starting to work with loops will be relieved to find a legendary quantise feature, which means that your loops and overdubs will always sound perfectly in time when you drop them in and out.

With facility to connect a mic via XLR and an instrument through a 1/4” input at the same time, any singer songwriter can now bring huge amounts of depth to their sound, and can use the USB interface built in to the Boss RC-300 to move songs back and forth to their computer.

Whether you’re a seasoned looper or a first-timer, this unit has enough easily-edited power to make textured soundscapes a complete doddle.


  • Manufacturer: Boss
  • Type: Loop Recorder
  • Design: Floorboard
  • Number of Channels: 3
  • Stereo: Yes
  • LED Display: Yes
  • Effects loop: No
  • Recording Output: No
  • USB Connection: Yes
  • Connection for Expression Pedal: Yes
  • Foot Switch Connection: Yes
  • Headphone Connection: No
  • Voltage (Volts): 9
  • Power Consumption (mA): 320
  • Battery Operation: No
  • incl. Power Adapter: Yes
  • Width (mm): 536
  • Length (mm): 231
  • Height (mm): 76
  • Weight (kg): 3.9
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