Suhr Koko Boost Reloaded

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  1. JiMB

    JiMB Member

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    I like it!
    Quality piece of gear here.

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  2. finnster

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    Sounded great! What do you like about the "reloaded" vs the original?

    I was just about to pull the trigger on the 2-button version.
     
  3. JiMB

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    Thanks finnster!
    I've never owned the 2-button version but my choice for this one was the size, 3 way mids switch and mids Q knob. Great pedal!
     
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    Do you find the mf(x) switch to be intuitive or not? Or are you just mainly using one mode and not switching between the clean and mid-boost?

    My apologies for the questions.
     
  5. JiMB

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    I like the switch, easy to use. Whatever you switch on last is the mode the pedal remembers, so, say you switched on the mids, then switch the pedal off, when you switch back on, it's in mid boost mode. Cool feature, easy enough to press and hold.
     
  6. billyg121

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    Yep, great demo of an awesome pedal! The switching system is pretty much flawless. You can also add an external switch if you like switching to mids mode that way. It also has an internal switchable buffer. Great , very tweakable pedal.
     
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    Thanks billyg.
    I'm using it in true bypass mode here, since it's not on my board yet.
     
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    Cool! The buffer is fantastic , if its needed in a signal chain.
     
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    Awesome licks and tone!
     
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    Like to have one my self, excellent tones. Pushing my green channel would be nice. I think they can run on 18 volts also.
     
  11. JiMB

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    Thanks guys!
    You would like the Koko, Ken.
     
  12. PlexiFuzz

    PlexiFuzz I know karate. Voodoo, too.

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    This is everything I want in a pedal demo: dirty Marshall + Les Paul and Tele + pedal + some badass playing. Loved it.
     
  13. JiMB

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    Thanks BAN.
    ROCK!
     
  14. papersoul

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    Rather than start a new thread, I wanted to bump an old one.

    Guys, I love this pedal but it has so much boost or volume, that I have to keep the Knob all at about 0. Otherise, it is far too loud.
    Has anyone found a way around this issue? Maybe cause I have it in the loop?
    Thanks!
     

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