#1
Is there anything besides "stock" pedals? is there like a professional version or something?
#2
I think there's, Stock, Modded and Japanese, but im not too sure
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#3
You'd be right.
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#4
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Is there anything besides "stock" pedals? is there like a professional version or something?

It just means a pedal that doesn't have any aftermarket modifications - you can only buy "stock" pedals from Boss, they don't make any other versions if that's what you meant.
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It just means a pedal that doesn't have any aftermarket modifications - you can only buy "stock" pedals from Boss, they don't make any other versions if that's what you meant.

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#6
stock doesn't mean squat. its just a pedal with no mods on it, if its not stock it means someone bought extensions n that for it. Nothin wrong with stock tho coz for round 100 bucks ya can get a good boss pedal with 20 or so effects
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