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29 Pedals JFET

The JFET Transistor Boost Pedal has been designed to give you an elevated, refined and tonally enhanced sound produced from their boost circuit. The JFET circuit has three modes, N for “normal,” where a typical boost might sit in terms of frequency response. “F” adds a fatter sound, whereas “X” mode flattens the circuit all the way down to below 10Hz, giving you an incredible feeling of weight without having added artificial EQ. The extension in the frequency response also tightens the phase and gives you an incredible, solid feel. The L control sets the level, it’s a fader after the boost circuit and before the output driver.

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DESCRIPTION

The JFET Transistor Boost Pedal has been designed to give you an elevated, refined and tonally enhanced sound produced from their boost circuit. The JFET circuit has three modes, N for “normal,” where a typical boost might sit in terms of frequency response. “F” adds a fatter sound, whereas “X” mode flattens the circuit all the way down to below 10Hz, giving you an incredible feeling of weight without having added artificial EQ. The extension in the frequency response also tightens the phase and gives you an incredible, solid feel. The L control sets the level, it’s a fader after the boost circuit and before the output driver.

This transistor pedal can be used after a buffer or input driver, as well as functioning as an always-on input driver at the start of your pedalboard, giving you plenty of tonal options. It has been constructed to give you a heavy feel, with plenty of headroom, making it work perfectly fine at the end of your rig too. If you’re looking to elevate your tone with a weighty sound that versatilely in your rig, then look no further than the JFET Transistor Boost pedal.

Key Features

“N”, “F”, “X” Switching – The 3 different modes present you with an assortment of different boost modes to experiment with in one user-friendly switch.

Place Anywhere on the Pedalboard – The ability to use this pedal after a buffer, at the start of your pedalboard, or at the end, gives you plenty of space.