Katana—the traditional sword carried by the historic samurai of Japan—is a symbol of honor, precision, and artistry in Japanese culture. Adopting the majestic sword’s name with pride, the Katana series presents guitar amplifiers with smooth, cutting tones honed by generations of dedication and expertise. Born of the development process behind the acclaimed Waza amplifier, these innovative amps embody BOSS’s determined pursuit of the ultimate rock sound. Featuring proprietary circuit designs and meticulous tuning, the Katana series combines traditional craftsmanship and breakthrough functions to produce true next-generation rock amplifiers.

With 100 watts of power and two custom 12-inch speakers, the Katana-100/212 delivers a commanding range of gig-worthy tones that gracefully slice through any band scenario. The amp also excels for home playing, with a uniquely efficient design and innovative Power Control that provides inspiring sound and response at low volumes. In addition, the Katana-100/212 includes integrated access to 55 BOSS effects, which are customizable using the free BOSS Tone Studio editor software. Up to 15 different effects can be configured in the amp at one time, enabling you to bring fully prepared tones to the stage in one amp.

Boss Katana 100/212 Electric Guitar Amplifier

SKU: katana100212
  • Stage-ready 100-watt combo amp with two custom 12-inch speakers
    Five unique amp characters: Clean, Crunch, Lead, Brown (derived from the Waza amp), and Acoustic (for acoustic-electric guitars)
    Choose from 55 customizable effects with BOSS Tone Studio editor software
    Store 15 different effects on board, with three effects available simultaneously
    Dedicated gain, EQ, presence, and effects controls for adjusting sounds quickly
    Four memories for storing and recalling all amp and effect settings
    Power Control for achieving cranked-amp tone and dynamic response at low volumes
    Built-in tilt stand for optimal monitoring and sound projection
    Pro setups available at BOSS Tone Central