#1
I'm looking for a new booster, preferably something that will give a good clean boost for solos. I've heard good things about the Colorsound booster, but I know those are pretty pricey. Also if anyone knows of some good schematics or kits I'm not opposed to building my own. Thanks
#2
the seymore duncan boost pedal is pretty good. but it might be better for overdirve then clean. but they cost about 100.
#4
BBE Boosta Grande is pretty nifty. it adds 20dB of gain to your signal with little to no noise and you can pick up one for $80 new, and for about $50 off ebay
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#6
if you're not averse to building your own, some of those cleans boosters only have about 6 components... in addition to the links already posted, http://www.schematicheaven.com/effects.htm has some booster circuits (they may have more treble boosters, though), and build your own clone has a tribooster for which you can download the instructions and schematic...
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#7
^That's an interesting looking pedal, but I've already built a straight up Rangemaster, so I wouldn't really need another in that vein which is why I'm looking for something that just increases the decibels, with maybe just a touch of warmth. I've been looking at a few builds, and I'm between the MXR Micro Amp and the AMZ Mosfet Booster. I hear that mosfet based boosters give a really clean boost, but I wouldn't mind just a touch of warmth. If anyone has any experience with the Micro Amp (an IC based boost circuit), I'm curious as to how much warmth it adds in addition to pure decibel boost.
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#8
i haven't tried them yet, but the ehx line booster build is similarly simple to the rangemaster. might be worth a try.

with that tribooster i mentioned, there'd also be nothing to stop you only building the one booster out of the 3 which does what you want.
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i'm not sure either, to be honest. i think there was a "clean" booster in that triboost as well, the mosfet one, maybe?
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