is now part of! All the Boss pedals you love are still here, along with expert reviews of electric guitars, amps, and more.

Here you will find reference material regarding Boss products made since 1977. With a reputation for great sounds and being built like a tank, Boss compact pedals have become legendary among musicians around the world.

Check out the full list of pedals and our pedal reviews. You can also learn about your Boss pedal’s label or serial number.

Top Pedals Reviewed

Read our expert reviews of the best pedals in these categories:

Best Boost Pedals
Best Chorus Pedals
Best Compressor Pedals
Best Delay Pedals
Best Distortion Pedals
Best EQ Pedals
Best Flanger Pedals
Best Fuzz Pedals
Best Looper Pedal Pedal
Best Noise Gate Pedals
Best Octave Pedals
Best Overdrive Pedals
Best Phaser Pedals
Best Reverb Pedals
Best Tremolo Pedals
Best Tuner Pedals
Best Volume Pedal
Best Wah Pedals

Types of Boss Pedals

View details, specs, and photos of Boss pedals in our most popular categories:


Or see all Boss pedals here.

History of Boss Pedals &

When the Boss Area site started 2003, the compact pedals was the only product covered. Their drum machines, tuners and recording equipment, to mention a few, have become the business standard so it was appropriate to expand the site to cover all Boss products.

Boss have over the years created a lot of products. Up until now this site has only had information about their compact pedals. This has all changed. In this area you will find information about all the other Boss products ranging from small switches to large multi effects units. I have tried to list every single Boss device ever made here.

Please note that this site is NOT affiliated with Roland, Boss, or their dealers in any way.