Clean boost pedal handmade with the model name written by hand and the serial number. Wonderful pedal with glitter (if they leave it)
2 knobs (gain and level) on new versions instead of 1 before.
9 V power supply
Very simple no manual and no need elsewhere; it sounds now
The pedal fits nearly every style so you can adjust it according to these needs. I use it to replace my mic amp and frankly for such a small difference in price I had to make the mos uno on.
I use 3 different ways with the same setting (gain level to 11H and 12H):
Clean-in: boosts the output level by adding the gain without losing serious as was the mic amp; here it continues to sound great for longer.
Crunch-in: it gives a big distortion without making a lead so it is very exploitable, since it sounds rhythmic fat enough anyway.
Disto-typed in metal: one obtains a perfect lead sound without having the same weaknesses that the micro amp which was too light for that.
I'm using it for a few days and I was able to try several guitars and amps (transistors, lamps).
He seems clearly designed for lamps especially if you want a nice clean with but otherwise it can really deliver whatever distortion.
I would do this choice, but I would still like to try the Xotic RC booster, but it is not in the same price range (factor of two)
* The configuration is simple?
Are 2 buttons ... simple but diabolical precision
* Gets it easy to sound good?
The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
There is no manual.
* Will it fit your style of music?
Actually I was looking for a little "crunch" for my acoustic guitar + microphone static rosette. I have not tried that evening because I had not sought his (= exchanged with MXR Distortion +)...
* With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
A Takamine G Series and an Ibanez
* What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
With the Takamine, it serves as a mini-preamp ... clarity of the sound is beautiful and is truly the sound of acoustic, a bit of sustain, warmth and precision. With the Ibanez is a slight crunch ... perfect for clean rhythm with that little boost and more friendly.
* What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
Well as I said this was not what I wanted to buy.
* For how long have you been using it?
Just an evening
* What thing do you like most/least about it?
- The case unbreakable
- The quality of components = settings really "millimeter"
- Unscrew the beast to accommodate the 9V transformer or buy a quality (26 €!). I think that is not neutral in terms of longevity of the beast. Easier to build and not "mechanical" for a battery box on the pedals as Bos
* Did you try many other models before getting this one?
* What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Excellent! € 105 is not cheap, but we keep this kind of pedal all his life.
* Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Well, I'll go buy it, since I exchanged with a MXR Distortion + ... I have a really fabulous acoustics ...
So far I have used multi-effects ... recently I want to turn the pedals and buy simple anologue and quality ... is obviously not the same price ...
So I have a MXR Distortion +, A BOSS OC-3 Octave (I still love that sound rotten in multi-effects), a Boss RC-2 (a loop). I miss this HBE Uno Mos ... a Delay, Chorus ... housing to supply all that and a pedal-board ... So € 500 without laughing ... We will do it gradually ...
As stated in the opinion of the MXR ... Dear musicians ... try these lesser known pedals and sold ... you'll have good surprises ... think sound quality instead of quantity effects ... and "forget" multi-effects so-called "all in one complex to program and often of lower quality ... Nothing like a volume pot is moving very fast and visual ...