#1
Hi guys, I have a b-52 at-100 halfstack that im looking to maby tighten up or boost the gain a bit for solos. I was wondering if theres any specific overdrive to look at for my needs?
#2
What kind of budget are you looking at, because my Visual Sound Double Trouble does wonders for things like that, but it's not exactly the cheapest, so...
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#3
Any overdrive will do.


If you really don't care for the overdrive and you're just using it as a boost, pick up a Boss SD-1. It's cheap and it works.
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#6
Um im looking somewhere in the $150 range. I'm thinking of throwing it on top of the lead channel as a volume/gain/sustain boost.
#8
MI Audio Boost 'n' Buff or an OCD is what i'd go for
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#9
At 150, I'd go for a Double Trouble, used if you can't find one cheap enough new.


You can have two different settings, and if you really wanted to, you could use them both as volume boosts to get ridiculous amounts of gain out of your amp.
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#11
Got my Bad Monkey for $39 and love it. Only Digitech pedal I ever liked and well worth the money.
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#12
blackstar HT series.. valve boost pedals. they are very good. very very good...
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