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Serial number decoder

Serial Number:
AC-2Acoustic Simulator
AC-3Acoustic Simulator
AW-2Auto Wah
AW-3Dynamic Wah
BD-2Blues Driver
BF-2Flanger
BF-2BBass Flanger
BF-3Flanger
CE-2Chorus
CE-3Chorus
CE-5Chorus Ensemble
CH-1Super Chorus
CS-1Compression Sustainer
CS-2Compression Sustainer
CS-3Compression Sustainer
DC-2Dimension C
DC-3Digital Dimension
DD-2Digital Delay
DD-3Digital Delay
DD-5Digital Delay
DD-6Digital Delay
DF-2Super Feedbacker
DM-2Delay
DM-3Delay
DS-1Distortion
DS-2TURBO Distortion
DSD-2Digital Sampler / Delay
DSD-3Digital Sampler / Delay
EH-2Enhancer
FT-2Dynamic Filter
FZ-2HYPER Fuzz
FZ-3Fuzz
GE-6Graphic Equalizer
GE-7Graphic Equalizer
GE-7BBass Equalizer
GEB-7Bass Equalizer
HF-2HiBand Flanger
HM-2Heavy Metal
HM-3HYPER Metal
HR-2Harmonizer
LM-2Limiter
LM-2BBass Limiter
LS-2Line Selector
MD-2Mega Distortion
MT-2Metal Zone
MZ-2Metalizer
NF-1Noise Gate
NS-2Noise Surpressor
OC-2Octave
OC-3Super Octave
OD-1Over Drive
OD-2TURBO Overdrive
OD-3Overdrive
ODB-3Bass OverDrive
OS-2OverDrive / Distortion
PH-1Phaser
PH-1rPhaser
PH-2SUPER Phaser
PH-3Phase Shifter
PN-2Tremolo / Pan
PQ-3BBass Parametric Equalizer
PQ-4Parametric Equalizer
PS-2Digital Pitch Shifter / Delay
PS-3Digital Pitch Shifter / Delay
PS-5Super Shifter
PSM-5Power Supply / Master Switch
PW-2Power Driver
RV-2Digital Reverb
RV-3Digital Reverb / Delay
RV-5Digital Reverb
SD-1SUPER Overdrive
SD-2Dual Overdrive
SG-1Slow Gear
SP-1Spectrum
TW-1T-Wah
VB-2Vibrato


disclaimer

All of this content was rescued out of Google cache and the Wayback Machine. It was originally written by the maker of bossarea.com which is sadly no longer online. That is the reason I created a mirror because I missed the great reference site that was bossarea.com.

Furthermore I base my research The Boss Book "The Ultimate Guide to the World's Most Popular Compact Effects for Guitar" (Hal Leonard), on Tom Hughes' Analog Man's Guide To Vintage Effects (For Musicians Only Publishing) and information I found on the internet.

The images are provided through Google Custom Search API; they are searched as you click a pedal; it can happen that some images are not right for the pedal you are viewing.

Why do I do this? Am I crazy? Well, just a tiny bit. I am an avid collector and programmer, just a happy marriage of both.

If you want to help, let me know. Feel free to send cheers, errata and additions to info (at) gitaargast (dot) nl

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