#1
Hey all

I'm looking to increase my feedback with a little gain boost. Yes, I know what you're thinking....volume and gain. But....i only want to temporarily do it.

I'm running a Crate FW65. It's good for the most part, but i don't want to mess with the shape and gain that much, because right now they are at preferable levels to me. If I did mess with them a bit, I just wouldn't like the tone as much.

What I'm looking to do is getting a pedal that will give me a bit of a signal boost when I need it for extended feedback and a bit of a gain boost on solos. I'm playing at a relatively medium volume level and would love to get a bit more feedback at a lesser volume.

I've read up on the MXR M-133 MicroAmp. I seem to be finding good reviews. Doesn't kill tone...gives a boost.

Can anyone direct me into a easy-on-the-bank and doesn't-kill-tone pedal?

Thanks guys! Tell me what you think.
Get up and free yourself from yourself.
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GEAR
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (silverburst)
Ibanez SZ720FM
Alvarez AD60CK
Crate FW65 Combo
Dunlop GCB95 CryBaby Wah
BOSS TU-2
BOSS DD-7
BOSS NS-2

Last edited by ewall09 at Jul 13, 2009,
#2
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Get up and free yourself from yourself.
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GEAR
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (silverburst)
Ibanez SZ720FM
Alvarez AD60CK
Crate FW65 Combo
Dunlop GCB95 CryBaby Wah
BOSS TU-2
BOSS DD-7
BOSS NS-2

#3
get a distortion pedal and turn up the gain and level.
or you can play really close to your amp?
#4
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Get up and free yourself from yourself.
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GEAR
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (silverburst)
Ibanez SZ720FM
Alvarez AD60CK
Crate FW65 Combo
Dunlop GCB95 CryBaby Wah
BOSS TU-2
BOSS DD-7
BOSS NS-2

#6
i checked out that link...but I can't find that behringer pedal anywhere! I'm not really looking for a distortion...more of a boost. I just dont wanna warp my tone that much
Get up and free yourself from yourself.
- TOOL -

GEAR
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (silverburst)
Ibanez SZ720FM
Alvarez AD60CK
Crate FW65 Combo
Dunlop GCB95 CryBaby Wah
BOSS TU-2
BOSS DD-7
BOSS NS-2