Boss Tone Central

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Boss Tone Central: Rediscover your Katana

Boss Tone Central

Through Boss Tone Central, you can vitaminize your Boss Katana amp with new presets, effects and settings. We show you how.

If you have a BOSS Katana series amplifier you can make the most of it and access many additional functions within your equipment with the BOSS TONE CENTRAL effects and presets library. You can easily and free of charge introduce additional content, programs and new configurations.

You can also use it with certain Boss pedals, as we told you in our post about the Pocket GT.

To make it easy for you, with this complete tutorial you will know step by step the fundamental aspects of BOSS Tone Central, as well as tips and tricks to get its full potential:

  • Basic use of the app
  • Sound and library management
  • Other functions of the app and SYSTEM section

The video, in perfect Spanish, shows in a close and simple way how to access the hidden functions of your Katana, so you can create your personalized tones or modify the standard ones.

What Tone Central models can you explore?

  • Katana Air
  • Katana Head MKII
  • Katana Artist MKII
  • Katana 100 MKII
  • Katana 100/212 MKII
  • Katana 50 MKII
  • And also, you can use it with the Waza Air

And, if you want to investigate other Boss models, you can go to our store at

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