Little pedal, big boost!
The Electro-Harmonix Nano LPB-1 Power Booster is a spot-on reissue of the original LPB-1 circuit that introduced overdrive in 1968. Put this little monster in line before any effect to provide boost and definition. Improv...
" I had a Gibson 2x12 amp, but I have no idea what model it was. Well, that's what I was told it was anyway. But now that I think about it, it was probably some kind of wanna-be Gibson amp. But it was a tube amp though, which was great. I think it had 6V6s in it. I used to put it in the basement and run an Electro-Harmonix LPB-1 [Linear Power Booster] through it. I would just beat the piss out of it. I'd cover it with a blanket because it would be so loud that way my parents wouldn't freak out. It actually sounded good."more
In this [interview](http://www.hiwatt.co.uk/news/hiwatt-catches-up-with-keith-scott) with Keith Scott, he talks about his use of the Electro-Harmonix LPB-1, stating, "I used to plug straight into the hi-gain input of the Hiwatt Custom 100 amp with my Les Paul and the built in boost circuit was usually enough gain to cover most rock sounds...the built in boost circuit was the brain child of a “Hutch” Hutchinson who did the mod for the Canadian amp market to get the Hiwatt to compete with Marshall and Ampeg, later on I decided to try a newer model Fender Stratocaster and to gain it up, I ran a Electro Harmonix LPB-1 booster into the input, that gave the rig a much hotter sound, but I ran dry into that set up for many years".more
In this attached blog photo, an EHX LPB-1 Linear Power Booster Pre-amp pedal is seen in Matt Taylor's gear setup. Although it does not directly show it is his, the cable running out of his amp matches that of the one plugged into the EHX Holy Grail, which is different from Kyle Straka's cable.more
Little pedal, big boost!
The Electro-Harmonix Nano LPB-1 Power Booster is a spot-on reissue of the original LPB-1 circuit that introduced overdrive in 1968. Put this little monster in line before any effect to provide boost and definition. Improves the gain and saturation of your amp. The Nano LPB-1 Power Booster gives your sound presence! Housed in a compact, die-cast box with rounded corners to save valuable pedal board space. 9V DC power jack.
I got this for £24 so I wasn't expecting it to be remarkable. It is dreadful as a clean boost but over my TS Mini it makes it really scream so that is a positive. I am aiming though to upgrade to a Spark or an MXR Micro Amp to improve my sound.
I truly bought this for the sole purpose of having a "kill switch". I turn it all the way down and us it to mute my guitar when I don't want background noise when I'm not playing.
Lpb1 is a clean booster pedal by Electro-Harmonix. A very simple and effective pedal. Just one knob and function: Increase the guitar signal. Perfect for lead guitarist
I use this after my overdrive for a solo volume boost and it works great, it can also be used to push an amp or pedal into additional levels of saturation if that's what works for you. very simple to use and versatile.
I like this boost because of his dirty and "muffy" sound when it is set on 12 o' clock or more, but on the other hand i hate this because it kills a bit the true sound of the solo, how ever it is cheap and has a "rebel soul" that's why i like it
Very good for being a one switch pedal. It is not a one trick pony for sure, it has a great George Harrison tone when put down and past noon it is a halfway to distortion halfway to OD.
Got this guy not too long ago looking for a relatively non-expensive way to give myself a nice mid-range boost. I play through a 6505+ and they aren't known for their mid-range like Marshall. This pedal drive the tubes harder so your signal breaks up sooner, for metal the sooner the better. I have it set at 11 o'clock and its the perfect amount of juice to get the tone I'm looking for. Did I mention it doesn't color your tone like drive pedals do?