TC Electronic Spark Booster
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TC Electronic Spark Booster

Spark Booster, Guitar/Bass booster from TC Electronic in the Spark series.

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adperr11/07/2013

adperr's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" a killing"

TC Electronic Spark Booster
it is an analog pedal boost
4 settings: bass and treble, gain level and
plus switsch 3 position (fat, Clean and Mid)
Fat boost the low position, the clean is a clean boost and Mid boost the mids

UTILIZATION

I use it as a gain boost and mid position, it allows me to save or gain distortion pedal on my or my overdrive channel
I therefore up to the beginning of my chain on my pedalboard

SOUND QUALITY

rendering is awesome in all configurations
it improves your sound and adds harmonics
ideal for out of the mix

OVERALL OPINION

I do not part again, I love it
for a reasonable price
Sonik Stach03/31/2012

Sonik Stach's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" rapid test"

TC Electronic Spark Booster
Booster signal, analog, with a few EQ settings (High and Low) and can choose among three types of boost. Be careful not function Toneprint.
See site for more info TC

UTILIZATION

the simplicity of a pedal with yet more options

SOUND QUALITY

Tested quickly on the MusikMesse.
Mode clean up the volume without affecting the color, but it feels even have to touch up a little treble, EQ appears here for, rebalance the tone of the guitar once boosted.
Fat patterns and increased frequencies Mid medium so more and more pronounced, even for a boost attendance for a solo, or to saturate the amplifier where it feels good.

The greater the gain, a slight overdrive not unpleasant at all is heard. We play between level and gain to get the desired sound: dirty or clean boost.

OVERALL OPINION

Interesting, but deserves a PSU with 18V for more dynamic. In fact it seems to compress the signal a little too much for my taste.