recommend a treble boost

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Sir M, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. Sir M

    Sir M Member

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  2. utterhack

    utterhack Member

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    Analogman Beano Boost
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    /13 Dyna Ranger
    Tone Man Rangemaster

    search will turn up plenty more that are well-liked
     
  3. todd richman

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    For Germanium based Analog Man Beano Boost (NKT-275)or Tone Man Rangemaster (OC-44)

    For silicon based (ie. later Brian May) the Phil Hillborne Fat Boost by Thunder Thomate is essential. A Plosive May Treble Booster is rare and awesome and the Cornish TB-83 Extra is stellar but very pricey.
     
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    Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman
     
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    I have the Throbak Strangemaster.
     
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    HI big ++++++++ 1 on the Hartman, I have the treble boost and it great.
    Peace Strat58
     
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    I would go with the Phoenix Custom.
     
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    There's a Cornish booster in the emporium right now... might be worth the old "do it once, and do it right" adage.
     
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    I have a Boost N' Buff in the Emporium, as well. 0 to 12db of clean boost, 13db to 35db of treble boost.
     
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    Makes the sounds that it ought to, less $$$.
    +1
    [there's one in the emporium now, too]
     
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    Keeley JavaBoost too!
     
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    D*A*M Red Rooster, my favorite for the last four years now
     
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    Divided by 13 Dyna Ranger is good and versatile in terms of eq, as is the Java. I think the Dynas sounds a little better (purer?) to me.
     
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    Analogman Beano is killer!
     
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    BSM Treble Boosters from Germany. Bernd Meiser is obsessed with these things. He has about 15 variations on the theme, all relating to his favorite artists. Check out www.treblebooster.net.
     
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    my search began and ended with the am beano.
     
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    I have the Keeley Java Boost. If that gets a kick from the Skreddy Screw Driver I can get some Marshall-like Plexi-drive tones out of a cranked Fender HR Deville.
     
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    Java Boost for me as well. I'm addicted to mine!
     

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