#1
hey guys, i'm thinking about buying boost pedals for solos/riffs/leads and stuff. any suggestions?
Guitars:

Squier Standard Telecaster
Takamine EG-240

Guitar Effects:

Korg AX5G Muti-Effects Pedal
Boss DS-2
Boss DD-7

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#2
Whats your budget?
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#3
I'm not thinking about the budget at the moment. Just wanna know your suggestions.
Guitars:

Squier Standard Telecaster
Takamine EG-240

Guitar Effects:

Korg AX5G Muti-Effects Pedal
Boss DS-2
Boss DD-7

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#4
Rothwell Atomic booster or the F1 booster.

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You'll find whisky very different, but try it and you'll grow into it, soon you and whisky are one, but still two, lovers dancing across a frozen lake under moonlight, wrapped in honey and warmth.


Sums up whisky perfectly
#6
If you want a volume hike, the Carl Martin Hydra's a personal favourite of mine. If you want to stick it in front of the input and overdrive the amp for a bit more gain, the Keeley Modded TS9 is a good one.
If you've less money, the Digitech Bad Monkey is a great booster and the EHX LPB-1 (I think that's what it's called, anyway) is a good simple one.
The new Hawk Rory Gallagher job takes the biscuit for the sheer amount of boost you can get; last I checked it was something like 20dB.
#7
A good comperssor will will work great for leads and solo's.
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#8
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A good compressor will will work great for leads and solo's.


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