All-Tube Booster Pedal

Effectrode ships the Fire Bottle - a vintage tube preamp in a stompbox   01-Dec-10

All-Tube Booster Pedal


Effectrode tells us that the Fire Bottle tube booster is shipping. Here's all the details directly from Effectrode...
This little booster is a vintage tube preamp in a pedal that can be used as a clean boost on lower gain settings or, when running at full-tilt, push your tube amp into beautiful overdrive. It can add some grit and growl to thicken and warm up your tone without loosing definition and clarity.
Additionally it features a selectable input impedance switch. This allows fine-tuning of the resonant peak of a single coil pickup to alter the fundamental tone. Two settings make it possible to shift the resonant peak 2 to 4KHz down. This has the effect of making a strat bridge pickup sound like a neck pickup or even like a humbucker, for a thicker, fatter and fuller sound. This feature combined with a wide gain range, Harvard tone control adds a huge degree of flexibility to the sounds you can get out of a stock Strat.
This is a limited run of 100 pedals built and tested by me - so get 'em while the're hot! Features
  • All-Tube: 100% analog tube signal path based on a NOS Mil-spec subminiature 6112 tube.
  • Boost Control: ranges from 3dB (a little over unity, where the pedal can add a subtle lift to your tone) to substantial 25dB to push clean channels into tube overdrive.
  • Tone Control: Classic Fender 'Harvard' tube amp tone control.
  • Resonance Switch: Fine-tunes the resonant peak of a single coil pickup to alter the fundamental tone. Two settings make it possible to shift the resonant peak 2 to 4KHz down. This has the effect of making a strat bridge pickup sound like a neck pickup or even a humbucker for a thicker, fatter and fuller sound adding a huge degree of flexibility to your guitar tone.
  • True Bypass: With Effectrode's unique 'anti-pop' or 'thump' footswitching circuitry
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