The MF Boost is an Expression enhanced, twin topology boost pedal that allows you to select between an articulate VCA signal path and a colored OTA signal path. This completely unique boost design works with your guitar and amplifier to conjure bo...
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The MF Boost is an Expression enhanced, twin topology boost pedal that allows you to select between an articulate VCA signal path and a colored OTA signal path. This completely unique boost design works with your guitar and amplifier to conjure boutique sound and responsiveness from any guitar/amplifier combination. Its natural compression and sound enhancement also bring out the best tone and performance in other effects pedals. When paired with an expression pedal, the MF Boost can be used as a tone enhancing volume pedal or sweepable-gain boost pedal. The expression pedal input also provides access to higher gain values not available on the panel.
Subtle and great pedal for enhancing tone. It will be better if it can go more! Had to crank to more than 12 o'clock position to get something out of it, as anything below that is softer than your clean tone!
It's one of those boosters that are hard to turn off and while many other boosters achieve that as they usually fatten your tone by pushing your amp(s) this one also adds a very nice texture of its own. Had you ever tried gear that makes resembles you to a "record-like" sound experience? This is one of those. Its ability to control gain through an expression pedal is a nice feature to lower or accentuate passages so it could help to compensate the volume of your playing dynamics without using a compressor or you could use it as a regular volume pedal. It's always (or almost always) on for me whenever I practice, at rehearsals, concerts or have the chance to record.