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    Fulltone 2B JFET Booster w/ Germanium Limiter
    Features:

    What is it? 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. Why does a guitarist need a “Boost” pedal? A boost pedal is not only used to kick up your volume when it’s time for your solo! A good booster can also solve a lot of problems in the modern guitarist’s rig, because today’s pedalboards average 8 or more pedals, with each of those pedals requiring: a guitar cable--->jack--->more wire--->footswitch--->circuit--->footswitch again--->jack--->more wire--> and on to next pedal. It’s a wonder there’s any signal left after all the stuff we put our signal through. Ever played through a 10’ guitar cable straight into a great tube amplifier? The feel, the dynamics, the fat tone...makes you want to play! Then you connect to your overpopulated pedalboard and suddenly the sound is tiny, thin, with diminished lows, cardboard mids, and scratchy thin highs. This is where a good booster comes in handy, because all that wire and all those connections reduce your signal by a measurable amount with each passing effect in your signal chain. Add a good booster and you can recoup a lot of that lost gain, tone, and reactive interplay between you and your lovely tube amp. Suddenly the “touch” is back. What happens when the 2B is turned OFF? That’s the problem with other boosters…once they’re OFF, they cease to offer a high quality unity-gain buffer to drive the long cables, so you end up having to buy TWO boosters, one set to “unity gain” and the other set to do your Volume changes! A better solution is the 2B, its unity-gain JFET amp buffers your signal when the pedal is turned OFF…and when the 2B is turned ON; the only difference is now the GAIN knob comes into play allowing you to set the desired boost up to 20dB! Why is the 2B a great booster? Because I go the extra mile and buy the best JFET opamp, in my opinion….certainly the one that sounds the best to my ear. The problem with other boosters is that the more you turn them up, the more highs they add. Not the case with the 2B, there is a subtle roll-off of the harsh ultra-high frequencies as you roll the LEVEL knob clockwise past 12 o’clock. It’s subtle, you may not hear it, but you WON’T hear that shrill top end that other boosters can impart! What’s the DYNAMICS knob? The 2B offers something completely unique in the world of Boost pedals; a DYNAMICS knob. A subtle Germanium diode Limiter circuit that (as you turn the mini-knob clockwise) starts to slightly alter the feel of the notes being played as well as subdue the harsh transient spikes which can overload your amp’s input. Those spikes can be fatiguing to your ears, to the amp, and to its speakers! Similar to using a limiter on the mix down of a song in the studio, the 2B’s DYNAMICS feature helps you keep your place in the live mix.....like a very smart compressor. This feature can make even an “ok” amp feel responsive and juicy, and will keep you from distorting the amp’s input, a problem plaguing most booster pedals.

    Model: 2B
    Manufacturer: Fulltone
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    Price: $103.20
    Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah
    Features:

    The Deluxe version of the CLYDE wah has all the features that players have come to know and love about the original "CLYDE Standard" but with the following additions: 10-step Variable Input Level Control True-Bypass w/ bright side-viewable low current Pilot light status indicator 3 selectable modes: Wacked Jimi" (Clyde Standard) Shaft The three-way mode switch and variable input control pot will let you dial in almost any type of wah sound you can imagine. All the way from classic Voodoo Chile... to biting funk... to down and dirty low-end grunt. The CLYDE Deluxe can do it all! All CLYDE Deluxes sport the most authentic '60's Vox type inductor available, which happens also the quietest... our hand-wound MuMetal shielded Fulltone 500mH inductor and the long-life Fulltone-1 wah pot.

    Model: CDW
    Manufacturer: Fulltone
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    Price: $211.65
    Fulltone Supa-Trem
    Features:

    NEW Supa-Trem 1 Fulltone Supa-Trem Model ST-1, the finest amp-style Tremolo pedal you can buy since 1996, just got a whole lot better... It's now also an INCREDIBLE sounding clean boost! For years people have been turning the ST-1’s MIX knob down all the way, opening the pedal, and turning up its internal volume control to maximum, and using the Supa-Trem as a very subtle clean boost. Now I’ve put a low-profile VOLUME knob on the outside of the pedal, and increased its available gain to around 15dB... allowing the ST-1 to pull double duty as a stellar clean boost. One reason the Supa-Trem sounds so good is that it uses a wonderful Analog Devices JFET AD711JN at the heart of its circuit, giving you a warm yet clear tone when your pedal is turned on. The ST-1 also employs a custom-designed Fulltone Opto-1 photocell with an extremely fast recovery time which no other manufacturer can match. This makes it behave just like an old 1960’s American tube-amp, but without the annoying ticking sounds that plague amps and other tremolo pedals. The Supa-Trem is the most versatile tremolo on the market, sporting True-Bypass with Blue ON/OFF L.E.D. and a Red RATE L.E.D. showing your speed at all times (even when pedal is OFF) so you can drop right into the song at the correct tempo. With the ST-1’s large RATE and MIX knobs you can fine-tune on-the-fly with your foot. The SPEED footswitch correctly halves or doubles your tempo so you stay rhythmically-correct with the tempo of the song you’re playing! Finally, there’s a HARD/SOFT footswitch for choosing between SOFT MODE (a rollicking sine-wave) or HARD MODE, which is more of a square-wave machine-gun stutter. There's an internal trimmer to fine-tune the current reaching the Photocell to change feel of the waveform, although we recommend leaving it where we set it so you have the ability to turn down the MIX control and not hear any tremolo when using as a clean boost. If you like organic Tremolo tones there’s nothing that approaches the Fulltone Supa-Trem ST-1, Cool Trick! Turn the MIX knob full CCW, make sure the HARD/SOFT switch is set to SOFT, and your pedal becomes an amazing Clean Boost device when you turn it on... simply set the VOLUME knob to how ever much kick you want. NOW, if you want to add tremolo, simply step on the HARD/SOFT footswitch and you’ll have a normal sounding

    Model: ST
    Manufacturer: Fulltone
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    Price: $143.20