#1
Hi! I need something to boost the volume of my Telecaster since I'm using the same amp setup with my other guitar, an LTD EC-1000, who is much louder. Is an EH LPB1 the answer to my problem?

Thanks!
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#3
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#4
Quote by The red Strat.
yeah that one would be good.

but couldn't you simply use one of those OD/dist pedals as a 'clean' boost ?


Yeah I thought about it but I already use my BD-2 as an overdrive...but yes it could be a great clean boost!

I will check for the MXR Micro Amp, sounds really interesting!
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-ESP LTD EC-1000 Deluxe VHB
-Fender Telecaster Lite Ash
-Mesa Roadster 2x12 combo
-Fulltone Clyde Dlx, OCD, '69
-Boss BD-2, CE-5, DD-20, TU-2, RC-2
-MXR Phase 90 & EVH Flanger
-EHX Little Big Muff - Holy Grail - Micro POG
#6
some of these:
MXR Micro Amp
BBE Boosta Grande
EHX LPB


some DIYs i've made:
Alembic Stratoblaster
AMZ Mosfet Boost
AMZ MiniBooster

the DIYs are more ear pleasant boost in my opinion. and less cost too.
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#7
EHX LPB's are a great boost but they also tend to boost distortion. I have had three of them over the years and loved them, but they don't last very long for some reason.
#9
Quote by KoskineN
Hi! I need something to boost the volume of my Telecaster since I'm using the same amp setup with my other guitar, an LTD EC-1000, who is much louder. Is an EH LPB1 the answer to my problem?

Thanks!


Apparently, they are quite nice. The Xotic RC Booster and Keeley Katana boosters are apparently much better from what I have tried.
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#10
Quote by ECistheBest
some of these:
MXR Micro Amp
BBE Boosta Grande
EHX LPB


some DIYs i've made:
Alembic Stratoblaster
AMZ Mosfet Boost
AMZ MiniBooster

the DIYs are more ear pleasant boost in my opinion. and less cost too.

You hooked up the Mosfet Boost yet?
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#11
Thanks for the suggestions guys! Another question: Where should I put it in my chain?
I want to use it with both clean and drive channel of my amp(which is a solidstate by the way). In front of the amp or in the effects loop? keep in mind that I just want a volume boost to ajust my Tele to my LTD higher output!

Thanks!
((( KoskineN )))

-ESP LTD EC-1000 Deluxe VHB
-Fender Telecaster Lite Ash
-Mesa Roadster 2x12 combo
-Fulltone Clyde Dlx, OCD, '69
-Boss BD-2, CE-5, DD-20, TU-2, RC-2
-MXR Phase 90 & EVH Flanger
-EHX Little Big Muff - Holy Grail - Micro POG
#13
You may just have to take the time (which isnt much) to manually adjust the amp's volume when you switch guitars. IMO, there really isnt a pedal that boosts the volume without changing your tone in some way (usually it boosts the gain up and creates lots of noise).