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MXR Micro Amp M133 Boost

MXR Micro Amp M133 Boost

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£99.00 £109.99
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Xotic EP Booster

Xotic EP Booster

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£139.00 £149.00
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Dunlop EP101 Echoplex Preamp

Dunlop EP101 Echoplex Preamp

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£139.00 £159.99
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Laney Black Country Customs Steel Park Boost

Laney Black Country Customs Steel Park Boost

£125.00
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MXR Boost/Line Driver MC401

MXR Boost/Line Driver MC401

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£119.00 £129.99
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Catalinbread Epoch Boost

Catalinbread Epoch Boost

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Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Boost

Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Boost

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£199.00
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Fulltone Custom Shop Ranger Frequency Boost Pedal

Fulltone Custom Shop Ranger Frequency Boost Pedal

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£259.00
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Laney Black Country Customs TI-Boost Tony Iommi Signature Boost Pedal

Laney Black Country Customs TI-Boost Tony Iommi Signature Boost Pedal

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£119.00 £139.00
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Suhr Koko Boost Reloaded

Suhr Koko Boost Reloaded

£189.00
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Electro Harmonix Metal Muff with Top Boost

Electro Harmonix Metal Muff with Top Boost

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£89.00
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Benson Germanium Boost Pedal

Benson Germanium Boost Pedal

£219.00
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Xotic RC Booster V2

Xotic RC Booster V2

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£189.00 £210.00
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ZVEX Vexter Series Super Hard On Boost

ZVEX Vexter Series Super Hard On Boost

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£149.00 £169.99
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Morley Line Level Shifter

Morley Line Level Shifter

£149.00 £199.00
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Source Audio ZIO Analog Front End + Boost Pedal

Source Audio ZIO Analog Front End + Boost Pedal

£199.00
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Suhr Koko Boost Clean Boost/Mid Boost Pedal

Suhr Koko Boost Clean Boost/Mid Boost Pedal

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£249.00
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MXR M293 Booster Mini

MXR M293 Booster Mini

£119.00 £132.99
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Dod Bifet Boost Pedal 410

Dod Bifet Boost Pedal 410

£69.00 £99.00
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Jam Pedals Boomster mk.2 Boost/Buffer Pedal

Jam Pedals Boomster mk.2 Boost/Buffer Pedal

£189.00
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Ibanez BTMINI Boost

Ibanez BTMINI Boost

£95.00
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Fulltone 2B Booster Pedal

Fulltone 2B Booster Pedal

£129.00
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BOSS BP-1W Preamp and Booster Waza Craft Pedal

BOSS BP-1W Preamp and Booster Waza Craft Pedal

£149.00
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Catalinbread Naga Viper Mkii Boost Pedal

Catalinbread Naga Viper Mkii Boost Pedal

£179.00
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Catalinbread Epoch Preamp/Bias Boost Pedal

Catalinbread Epoch Preamp/Bias Boost Pedal

£179.00
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Greer Amps Sure Shot Clipping Boost Mini Pedal

Greer Amps Sure Shot Clipping Boost Mini Pedal

£159.00
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Lehle Sunday Driver SW II

Lehle Sunday Driver SW II

£189.00
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Lehle Sunday Driver II

Lehle Sunday Driver II

£149.00
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LSL Instruments Claro Boost Pedal

LSL Instruments Claro Boost Pedal

£129.00 £179.00
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Revv Tilt Boost

Revv Tilt Boost

£169.00
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Vemuram Budi G Boost Pedal

Vemuram Budi G Boost Pedal

£349.00
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About Boost Pedals

Boost Pedals at their simplest make your guitar louder, but they have many uses and make a huge difference to your guitar rig. Transparent boost guitar pedals can be used to overdrive your preamp to give it extra gain, or to boost your post preamp signal, making your guitar pop in the mix, which is ideal for soloing. While a clean boost can give your signal a straightforward boost that doesn't change your guitars EQ, using treble boosters which boost certain frequencies to make your guitar resonate in the higher frequences can really enhance your tone. While some guitarists use a treble booster for soloing or rhythm sections, some guitarists like Brian May have a treble booster permanently on as an essential part of their tone. Some of the best boost pedals have additional features like internal dip switches and true bypass switching to deliver more control, while other popular pedals keep things simple with just a single knob, delivering a simple operation that can really make your signal chain. Whether what's important to you is having a versatile pedal, a powerful pedal or an all round fantastic pedal with detailed gain control, we stock a huge selection that's sure to contain the pedal of your dreams.

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?

  • A guitar boost pedal helps you stand out during solos
  • Brings out the most musical frequencies of your guitar
  • Have a selectable dirtier rhythm tone
  • Easy to work into your setup
  • Multiple levels of gain

Frequently Asked Questions about Boost Pedals

Question: What is the point of a boost pedal?
A boost pedal increases your guitars signal, this can be used to saturate a preamp, or for lifting the signal before it hits your power amp, which can bring your guitar up front for soloing.
Question: What is a clean boost pedal?
A clean boost pedal will increase your signal's volume without affecting the EQ.
Question: What type of guitar player needs a boost pedal?
Whether it’s helping you stand out in solos, provide more levels of saturation, or as an ‘always-on’ tone sweetener, any guitar player can put a boost to use.
Question: Where should a boost pedal go?
Boost pedals have slightly different uses depending on where they go in the chain but most commonly go either before or after overdrive and distortion pedals.
Question: Which guitarists use a clean boost pedal?
Some of the world's most famous guitarists such as Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, Eric Johnson, Brian May, and many more have all used various types of Boost Pedals in their live and studio sounds.