At the 2005 NAMM Show, Boss introduced the pocket-sized DB-30 Dr. Beat metronome. It can lay down a variety of rhythm patterns and time feels to practice with, and it has a few timekeeping tricks up its sleeve as well.
Choose from a menu of nine rhythm types and 24 beat variations, including combinations of odd-time signatures and clav patterns for practicing Latin rhythms. The DB-30 features a smooth-flowing LCD needle and two bright LEDs for visual tempo assistance. Other helpful functions include Tap Tempo for finding the right pulse fast, internal reference tones (12 semitones), Auto Power Off for optimizing battery life, and stereo headphones jack so you won’t miss a beat, even in noisy environments.
For more information, visit the Boss site.