Tom Morello’s Boss SE-50 Stereo Effects Processor

Tom used the Boss SE-50 Stereo Effects Processor on the solo for the song “Show Me How to Live” from Audioslave’s 2002 album, and for the “duck” sound of “Sound of a Gun” from the band’s 2006 album “Revelations”.

The Boss SE-50 is a stereo effects processor that was released in the mid-1990s. It features 48 different effects, including reverbs, delays, choruses, flangers, phasers, and more. It also has a built-in EQ, noise gate, and compressor, as well as a programmable signal chain that allows you to create and save your own custom effects patches.


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