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Analog.Man Beano Boost

155 EUR
Analog.Man Beano Boost
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Analog.Man Beano Boost

155 EUR
Analog.Man Beano Boost
Analog Man produces the Beano Boost. This pedal is a type of BOOSTER, not really a distortion pedal nor a clean boost. It excites certain frequencies and pushes your amp to allow it to create rich, crunchy tube distortion. A must have!!!

"Analogman admits the simple design of the pedal originally was meant to emulate one particular guitar tone: Eric Clapton’s tone from the infamous John Mayall’s Bluesbreaker album. Purportedly, Clapton used a Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster in front of the dark 1960′s Marshall amps to achieve the tone. A classic effect in its day for sure and this pedal’s replication of it is spot on.

Eric Clapton’s tone on this record really shaped much of the modern blues tones we are now familiar with. The original effect, as is the Beano Boost, is meant to be on all the time in front of a tube amp. Think of it as a new master volume for the amp. This is what makes the design of this pedal so bold. It also is probably the reason you don’t see this pedal making its way onto too many pedalboards, because in a sense it will become the new master volume for your pedalboard too."

taken from Guitar Tone Talk

This is an unused, "as new" pedal with all the original packing, papers and sticker.

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(Handmade in the US)
Functionality: 100%
Original box: YES
Original manual: YES
AC adaptor: NO

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