“PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT,” they say, and for guitarists, a practice routine can be a dull affair when you’re stuck in a room with just headphones and an amp. Wouldn’t it be far more exciting if you had something that allows you to take your practice and playing anywhere? Well, following on the success of the Boss Katana-Air, a pioneering product that Boss touted as “the world’s first totally wireless guitar amplifier,” the company pushed the envelope even further by introducing the forward-thinking Boss Waza-Air, a personal wireless guitar headphones system that integrates spatial technology and a gyro sensor that tracks your head movement to deliver a virtual and 3D-like “amp-in-room” experience. Add to that, premium Katana amp and effect tones, Bluetooth audio streaming, and sound editing via your smartphone (from the free Boss Tone Studio app), and the Boss Waza-Air may be the ultimate all-in-one practice and play-anywhere solution.
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