Boss Unveils Super-Powerful Guitar Player-Friendly Looper

Boss RC-600 Loop Station
Boss RC-600 Loop Station (Image credit: Boss/Roland)

Stompbox titans Boss have unveiled a new flagship looper pedal. Advancing their renowned Loop Station line-up, the footswitch-laden RC-600 features flexible controls and functions which can be tailored to suit to the electric guitar and/or acoustic guitar player’s individual requirements.

Boasting high-quality 44.1 kHz/32-bit sampling and nine footswitches the Boss RC-600 Loop Station faithfully preserves your tone while opening up a host of new possibilities for guitarists. Players are able to capture and play back six stereo WAV tracks, while a substantial bank of quality effects along with a wide variety of rhythms offers further creative scope.

Advanced analog connectivity includes 2 balanced XLR inputs with phantom power and 2 stereo (dual TS ¼-inch) instrument input sections with selectable 1M/25K ohms impedance. Similarly, the Main Output and 2 Sub Output sections each comprise dual TS ¼-inch jacks (left side mono). Further footswitch and/or expression pedal control is available via 2 separate TRS ¼-inch jacks while a handy headphone output (TRS ¼-inch) has also been included.

On the digital side, the Boss RC-600 Loop Station features MIDI in and out, along with USB connectivity for WAV transfer, data backup, DAW integration etc.

Using the Boss RC-600’s 49 Input FX and 53 Track FX types, performances can be enhanced by treating loops during and after capture. This dynamic palette of effects thoughtfully includes a guitar-to-bass simulator and vocal effects. Along with over 200 built-in rhythms and 16 different kits to choose from the RC-600 Loop Station is Boss’ most powerful guitar player-friendly looper to date.

The Boss RC-600 Loop Station will be available in the U.S. in December 2021 priced $599.99. Visit the Boss website for more information.

Rod Brakes

Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as GuitaristTotal Guitar, Guitar WorldGuitar Player and MusicRadar in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.