Is your guitar signal weak? Does it suffer from lackluster high end and flaccid bass? Do your pickups behave erratically? If your signal chain includes only true-bypass pedals and lots of cable, you probably have a capacitance problem. Sweetwater has a solution! Plug your guitar straight into the JHS Little Black Buffer pedal, then out into your pedal chain. Because the Little Black Buffer provides the ideal input impedance for your rig, you'll immediately notice your guitar sound is revitalized with full, natural tone that sounds like you're plugged straight into your amp - no matter how many pedals you use. The JHS Little Black Buffer pedal: it's a small price to pay for tonal perfection.
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ZVEX Super Hard On NEW Boost / Overdrive Vexter Series - The Super Hard On, or ‘SHO’ as we fondly refer to it, is an ultra-transparent boost that goes from unity gain to a whooping 60 times the original size (watch out!), while adding a delightful high-end clarity with its 5 million ohm input impedance. This is the perfect preamp pedal. The "Crackle Okay" volume knob is a negative-feedback control styled after classic 60's recording console inputs.
From buffer, to boost, to tone enhancer, the Prestige will prove to be a vital and necessary piece of gear for anyone's rig. With the boost knob set to zero, you have in your hands an amazing buffer/enhancer for long cable runs as well as a tool that will simply add some life back into your rig.
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Guitar Boost Pedal with Buffered-bypass, JFET Op-amp, and Germanium Diode Limiter.
The Fulltone 2B is a tiny, transparent, and amazing boost pedal, born from the “Boost” channel in our FD3 pedal. Soon after the FD3 came out I started getting a steady flow of emails asking if I could “please make that into a single channel Boost pedal!” So I crammed the circuit into the smallest possible enclosure 4.5" x 2.1" x 2.3" with battery tucked tightly inside and even engineered space-saving rear-mounted IN, OUT, and DC power jacks.