Boss expands its famous ME series multi-effects family with the ME-20, a powerful multi-effects unit optimized for live performance. With the same performance-based design as its guitar-focused ME-20 counterpart, the Boss ME-20B effect pedal is aimed at the performing bassist who wants stage-friendly effects and solid construction at an affordable price. It’s based around a trio of basic effect types – overdrive/ distortion, modulation and delay – which are accessed via their own small footswitch sited at the front of the panel. This pedal also has some features such as 24-bit programmable digital multi-FX with onboard expression pedal. The FX types with four controllable parameters for each, EZ Edit function, OD/DS Solo function, noise supressor.
According to several user reviews of Boss ME-20B, this pedals gets some compliments such easy to use pedal; EZ Edit and Solo functions; Great price. But it also gets some complaints such no-modelling; Optional extras can quickly raise cost for live set-up; and AC adapter not included.
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To Restoring The Factory Settings of Boss ME-20B, first switch to Manual mode by using Number Pedals 2 and 3 simultaneously (when you in Memory mode). Second, hold-down Edit/Exit button and press Number Pedal 2 until “FA” appears in the display and press Write button. Finally, press Write button again while Memory indicator flashes.
Warning! This procedures will be restore the User memory, tuner reference pitch, and knob response method to their original settings when the unit was shipped from the factory. Hopefully the article of “How To Reset The Boss ME-20B To Restoring The Factory Settings” was useful.
Reference: Boss ME-20B Manual