#1
is there any way to obtain two different volume levels out of a single channel amp? like, is there a pedal which you can use to make you audibly louder (not like a gain boost) as to switch between like rhythm volume and solo volume?
#3
^That will perform exactly the same as the volume knob on your guitar.

You want a clean booster.
#5
Quote by mr_hankey
^That will perform exactly the same as the volume knob on your guitar.

You want a clean booster.

Exactly. Some good ones are the MXR Micro Amp or the EHX Linear Power Booster, but they both boost in different ways.
#7
that is really expensive of ra boost
look into a boosta grande (that's what i have)
or an MXR micro amp
or something similar
they are "clean boosts"
#8
i build an Alembic Stratoblaster, and it's definitely a GREAT unit. it fits in a guitar nicely too. definitely recommend it. i got 5 more clean boost builds coming, so can't say much about it. but the stratoblaster is definitely better sounding than the EHX LPB. SB used JFET transistors, and i guess it boosts more guitar friendlier than the bipolar silicon (2N5088, etc.) in the LPB.
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#10
yea you might want to try the boosters first though, because they tend to be too trebley, so try the ones you want. a boss sd-1 can be used as boost and it adds warmth, not brightness.
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#11
Quote by the_crimison
yea you might want to try the boosters first though, because they tend to be too trebley, so try the ones you want. a boss sd-1 can be used as boost and it adds warmth, not brightness.

That's a coloured mid-booster though if used like that, to just change volume you want a transparent clean booster.
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