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Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Boost
MXR Micro Amp M133 Boost
Catalinbread Epoch Boost
Xotic EP Booster
J.Rockett Audio Archer Ikon Boost
Bogner Harlow V2 Boost
Catalinbread Naga Viper Boost
NUX Masamune Boost and Compressor Pedal
MXR Boost/Line Driver MC401
Ibanez BTMINI Boost
Laney Black Country Customs TI-Boost Tony Iommi Signature Boost Pedal
ZVEX Vexter Series Super Hard On Boost
Fulltone Custom Shop Ranger Frequency Boost
IK Multimedia Z-Tone Buffer Boost
Catalinbread Skewer Treble Booster
Jackson Audio Prism Boost
Daredevil HYPE Boost
Suhr Iso Boost Buffer/Booster
Fulltone Custom Shop Ranger OC75 Treble Boost
J.Rockett Audio Archer Clean Boost
J.Rockett Audio Lenny Boost
J.Rockett Audio Steampunk Boost
Catalinbread Limited Edition Naga Viper Boost Neon Yellow
Daredevil Silver Solo Boost
Analogman Beano Boost (Pre-Owned)
Benson Germanium Boost Pedal
Blackstar Dept 10 Boost Pedal
Jackson Audio Amp Mode Boost (Pre-Owned)
Spaceman Saturn VI Boost and Drive
Strymon OB-1 Clean Boost/Compressor Pedal (Pre-Owned) #S10-2613
About Boost Pedals
Boost pedals make your guitar louder. Seems simple, right? Well, not really!
The dizzying range of boost pedals is a testament to the nuances of this basic circuit. Every boost pedal has some influence on the texture and EQ of your guitar. Although some pedals aim to be transparent full-frequency boosts, most boost pedals instead focus on boosting certain frequencies to push your amp into a singing, musical overdrive.
The most common place for a boost pedal in your signal chain is right at the start, in front of your overdrive and distortion pedals. You can then kick on the boost to give you a bit more gain and saturation from your overdrive pedals. This gives you many levels of gain while keeping the same overall flavour. Another popular place to put them is after your gain pedals. This doesn’t affect how much gain you have. Instead, it offers a simple volume boost for solos and particular parts you want to jump out of the mix.
No matter the genre you’re playing, a boost pedal could be the missing ingredient to bringing your guitar tone to life.
Why Should I Choose a Boost Pedal?
- Helps you stand out during solos
- Brings out the most musical frequencies of your guitar
- Multiple levels of gain