Recommend a great DIY clean boost kit?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by shooto, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. shooto

    shooto Supporting Member

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    are there any great build you own clean boost pedal kits out there?
     
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    check jack mosfet booster, it's very good www.muzique.com

    Also the LPB-1 is an easy build and you can get most of the parts at your local electronic store.
     
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    Either of those would be great and VERY easy and good first builds. The LPB is a warmer sounding boost, the mosfet a little brighter to my ears, and both very nice. Good luck, it's addicting.
     
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    1+ BYOC kits are great . easy to follow instructions and great sounding pedals.
     
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    Another recommendation for BYOC... smooth build from start to finish.
     
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    thanks for the suggestions... I like the LPB and the Tri-Boost-

    anyone know where I can get a board for the LPB?
     
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    Jack Orman's website muzique.com has boards that will work for the lpb
     

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