We are Eclectic Sounds / aka: eclsounds – a store front in Portland, Or. We are open 7 days a week from 11 – 5 PST (by appointment)
This interesting piece of rock history belonged to Neal Schon of Journey whom he gifted to John Neff when producing the Journey Revelations record.
John operated Maui Recorders with Walter Becker/Steely Dan in the 80’s sold us a majority of his collection and Maui Recorders pieces.
For the SCC-700 to work, you’d need the SCC-700F to complete the setup so we’ll take offers and hopefully this can find a home!
- Guitar effects computer controller
- For use with up to 7 effects pedals via powered pedal board (9V DC)
- Memorizes pedal settings and effects combinations in sequence
- Stores up to 32 programs
- Effects Off switch
- Modify switch enables you to edit stored programs during performance
- Monitor switch lets you check the program order of the connected effects
- Buffer Out jack for tuners, guitar amp monitors, etc.
- Branch Out jack allows you to take out the input signal in the middle instead of sending to all the effects units
- Easy recall via foot controller
- All Boss components Made in Japan
Way before programmable multi-effects processors, Boss had an idea: “What if you could take seven Boss compact pedal effects, turn them on or off automatically, and have a programmable audio router place them in various effects combinations.” Enter the SCC-700 Sound Control Center. Made in 1982, the SCC-700 was way ahead of its time. The SCC-700B effects board allowed you to place seven BOSS compact pedals on the board and, with an audio switcher and computer control, store 32 memories of pedal on/off status and connection sequence. The SCC-700C foot controller then recalled the 32 memories on the effects board. The SCC-700 paved the way for the Boss multi-effects legacy and is an ideal way to breath new life into all your old Boss pedals that you may have been neglecting due to modern technology.