#1
I know its a little late,but I want just one more thing for Christmas, a booster pedal. I have a overdrive and multi effects pedal and my amp is the ad30vt(which i enjoy) If I got a booster pedal would it work well and I can use it as a distortion pedal when the knob in one the whole way right?
Gear:

Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline
Galveston clear 5-string
Vox AD30VT
Orange Crush 35B
#2
no, don't bother. boosting SS and Digital amps doesn't work out well. and using OD on them is just as bad, unless your OD'ing the clean channel-in which it sounds ok but not usually better than your built in distortion.

you need to just focus on a new amp if you're not getting the desired tones from that one.
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#3
^ true about boosting digital and SS amps, just doesnt sound good.

i disagree about using od pedals though. often the distortion on low end SS amps is fizzy or just bad. a quality od pedal through the clean channel can often sound a lot better. sure youve got a strange rig when your pedal costs more than your amp, but ive done it and gotten some decent tones.
#4
in case u cant go for a new amp check out EHX treble booster and bass boster and decide what u need. They are cheap and very nice pedals.
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#6
if u want to build it sure, it's nice. But the EHX should be cheaper than that :P
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#7
Actually I already have an enclosure so that's $12 less plus i have a 10% coupon.
Gear:

Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline
Galveston clear 5-string
Vox AD30VT
Orange Crush 35B
#8
oh, so if u have electronics experience go for it. It's more fun to build
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