#1
right.... ive finally got the tone i want from an ac30 with a treble booster - it sings like an angel. now ive got another problem........the ac30 doesnt hav a solo channel or anythin, which im in desprate need of to get my solos to cut through everythin, anyone got any ideas of a volume booster pedal i could by that doesnt alter my sound. thanks

R0ck3rd4z
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#2
Sounds like an MXR Micro Amp would suit you, it's just a volume boost pedal really.
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#3
what do you think of the seymour duncan pickup booster, would that do?

R0ck3rd4z
Originally Posted by Guitar_God_WIP
You know your a guitar player when you injure your arm or finger the first question you ask is 'Will i be able to play guitar?'
#4
Try an equalizer pedal (I recommend the MXR 10 Band EQ). You can use it to just boost your volume, but it is also more versatile so you could get other sounds in the future you might like.
#6
Quote by R0ck3rd4z
what do you think of the seymour duncan pickup booster, would that do?

R0ck3rd4z

its a great clean volume boost. i had one for a while and it worked great. but i took it back because i didn't really need it.
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#7
just for some ideas on the boutiqueish stuff (theres tons and tons of boosters out there) if you want to splurge on something

http://zvex.com/hardon.html <- general clean boost
http://rkfx.com/product.php?id=3 <- a super-Rangemaster type booster
http://rkfx.com/product.php?id=34 <- clean boost from keeley
http://www.fulltone.com/FB.asp <- more clean boost
http://www.catalinbread.com/picoso.html <- and more clean boost
http://www.muzique.com/schem/mosfet.htm <- if you can handle soldering your own one together (and most of the ones above are based off this one )

I've got a Tubescreamer for now and it easily puts up my sound up a notch if I need to do some more kick for anything...but it does also add a bit of dirt but it sounds good