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Electro Harmonix LPB-1 Featured

Guitar solo booster pedal

Price: $14 to $36 at 12 stores
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Electro Harmonix LPB-1 guitar solo booster pedal

Ease Of Use It has one dial on it. Loud or louder! Gain or more gain depending on where it sits in your signal chain. No need to upgrade any software it's not digital, so no patches. The instructions are clearl laid, out but it's really self explanetary. It's very easy to use as it only has one control, loud or louder!

Sound I use a Palm Bay Cyclone P7XR, an Ibanez 370dx and a Fernandes R4 Randy Rhoads signature Les Paul replica. I also use a Laney LC50 mk2 combo and a Randall RG50tc combo with it. For the money, or for any amount of money, this pedal is absolutley stunning! It's by far one of the best pedals I own, it adds a slight touch of midrange, but it also makes your guitar tone sound very expensive and adds a touch of gain too. A real stunnning acheivment! I love it!! No mushy tone just a searing and sophisticated tone! Brilliant!

Reliability I pretty sure it will prove to be very reliable. I've had it around a year and it's performed 100%!

Customer Support I've never had to deal with them so I don't know what they're like, although I sure they're great to deal with.

Liked about it It's very cheap and that's always good and it seem to be built rather well. But the sound, it really is brilliant! It makes your guitar tone sound special. If your a shredder think Mathias Jabs of the Scorpians or if you play classic rock...You get the picture. Brillant! Brilliant! Brilliant! Nice work Electro Harmonix!

Didn't like No really, it's brilliant and I can't say enough good things about it!!

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By longi
Apr 12, 2010
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