BOSS GT-100 Classic Patches Medley by Josh Munday

Contributed by Josh Munday – Tone Designer

Back in 2012, BOSS launched their flagship multi-effects unit, the GT-100. At NAMM 2014 BOSS released a powerful GT-100 Version 2.0 update. 

The update includes two impressive new amp models (BGNR UB Metal and ORNG Rock Reverb), cutting-edge MDP effects (Tera Echo, Overtone, and A-DIST), an acoustic guitar simulator and an improved rotary effect. Among these new features in the GT-100 Version 2.0 update is support for BOSS TONE STUDIO editor/librarian for Mac/Windows and new GT-100 Version 2.0 patches.

The update is available for free at

When the GT-100 was first released, guitar tone designer Joshua Munday showcased it with his Classic Patches Medley. Filmed at Lizotte’s Dee Why by Marshall Taite, Josh tackles 19 classic rock songs from Hendrix to Satriani to Nirvana in a jaw-dropping set with all tones taken direct from the GT-100 line out – no amps or mics involved.

You can download the classic patches used in this demonstration by clicking on the image below:


See Below for track listing:

 0:53 – Little Wing – Jimi Hendrix

1:21 – Day Tripper – The Beatles

1:35 – Wipeout – The Surfaris

1:59 – Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones

2:15 – Stairway To Heaven – Led Zeppelin

2:38 – All Along the Watchtower – Jimi Hendrix (Written by Bob Dylan)

2:56 – Somebody to Love – Queen

3:23 – Roxanne – The Police

3:40 – Message in  a Bottle – The Police

3:53 – You Really Got Me – The Kinks

4:22 – Pride – U2

4:43 – You Give Love a Bad Name – Bon Jovi

4:53 – Livin’ on a Prayer – Bon Jovi

5:14 – Jump – Van Halen

5:29 – Surfing with the Alien – Joe Satriani

5:47 – Are You Gonna’ Go my Way – Lenny Kravitz

6:28 – Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana

6:37 – Spoonman – Sound Garden

6:57 – One Step Closer – Linkin Park

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Created by Roland V-Drums specialist Simon Ayton, these patches were designed using the internal factory sounds and many of the techniques covered in the TD-50 guide. Enjoy exploring the possibilities!