VB-99 Workshop 01: Introduction to the VB-99
The VB-99 is hands-down the most powerful bass processor ever made, capable of transforming your instrument with sounds both familiar and unreal. This booklet introduces you to the VB-99’s creative possibilities and discusses some of the technologies that are part of it.
VB-99 Workshop 02: Pickup Settings
This booklet gives you the lowdown on using a divided pickup with the VB-99, including the Roland GK-3B and third-party piezo-type systems. Using the normal pickups in your bass is covered as well.
VB-99 Workshop 03: On-the-Gig Sound Settings
The VB-99 makes it easy to tweak its overall sound for different performing environments without changing the sounds stored in the individual patches. This booklet shows you how.
VB-99 Workshop 04: Using the Built-in Tuner
When working with the VB-99, you’ll find the built-in chromatic tuner to be one of its most often-used features. This booklet discusses how to use the tuner and control it with external switches.
VB-99 Workshop 05: Working with Patches
A VB-99 patch stores all the parameter settings that make up a particular sound. In this booklet, we show you how to select, save, and manage your patches in the VB-99.
InFocus 02: Roland’s Librarian Software
If you’re the kind of person who digs into your Roland/BOSS gear, odds are you go way beyond factory patches and settings. It’s for users like you that we include a computer-based Librarian application for backing up and organizing your data. This booklet explains the Roland/BOSS Librarian.