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BMF Effects GB Boost (Germanium Booster)
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Manufacturer's ID: GB Boost (Germanium Booster)
What we say:
At A Glance:
The BMF GB Boost (Germanium Booster) isn't just your basic treble boost. This wee green secret weapon starts with a classic germanium transistor treble boost circuit and adds a tone knob for maximum control over your sound.
The GB Boost performs brilliantly in a range of positions in your signal too, working like a second gain channel, a solo boost, or just pushing a close-to-breakup amp over the edge into crunch town!
Built by BMF Effects, the BMF GB Boost is hand built in Southern California, USA from high quality, heavy duty components to stand up to the rigours of even the toughest gigging schedule.
Features We Love:
Like all BMF Effects, this pedal is built super tough with a custom made steel enclosure and industrial grade powder coating and silk screening for rugged durability.
Not your basic boost
The GB Boost features a classic germanium transistor boost circuit, augmented with a tone knob for even more control over your boosted sound. The beauty of this little green box however is in its versatility. Fire it at the start of your gain pedals to act like a second gain channel at your feet, place it at he end of the chain for that big lead boost, or stick it right in front of your verge-of-breakup amp to tip it over into serious crunch territory.
As well as being built like a tank, the BMF GB Boost features True Bypass Switching and DC Jacks, and is hand built in Southern California, USA.
- Smarter than the average boost
- Classic Germanium Transistor boost with added tone control
- Highly effective in a range of places in your signal chain
- Custom steel enclosures and industrial grade powder coating and silk screening
- Built tough to handle any gigging schedule
|INPUT||Signal input from the guitar.|
|OUTPUT||Signal output to the amp.|
|VOLUME||This knob controls the output of the effect when the pedal is engaged.|
|TONE|| This knob controls the amount of bass/treble present in the effect
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