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Morley Buffer Boost Pedal
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The Morley Buffer Boost Pedal is perfect for any player that needs a little boost from time to time. Its TrueTone Buffer circuit maintains level and ...Read More
The Morley Buffer Boost Pedal is perfect for any player that needs a little boost from time to time. Its TrueTone Buffer circuit maintains level and tone, brings older effects to life and lets you run longer cables without any signal loss. The footswitchable clean boost with 20dB level knob is great for solos or when you need to cut through the rest of the band. Dual LEDs display when power is on and Boost is engaged. It can be powered by 9V adapter or 9V battery. The cold-rolled steel housing is built to last and take abuse and it also comes with a two-year warranty.
A boost pedal that will raise your volume without sacrificing your signal.
- Morley Buffer Boost Pedal
- No signal loss
- Footswitchable clean boost w/ 20dB level knob
- Dual LEDs display Power and Boost
- 9v adapter or 9V battery powered
- Durable steel housing
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Buffer Boost Pedal
- Dimensions:(LxWxH) 5.25" x 3.25" x 2"
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Comments about Morley Buffer Boost Pedal:
I bought this to clean up my sound. The added boost was a bonus in my opinion. However, I didn't notice much of an effect. My sound problem ended up being due to other pedal problems and not for need of a buffer. So Im not sure if the lack of effect is due to the pedal or due to my signal chain not being long enough to warrant a buffer.
The boost does make you louder. But in order to be usefully louder you have to have the boost at 50+% which is also where it starts to overdrive your sound. I play out of a 50w Vox night train, and have consequently started using this less to boost my solos and more to achieve an overdriven sound. It sounds great as a mild overdrive pedal.
An additional note: there is no on and off switch. Meaning even when the boost is off, and your rig is off the buffer is still on. I don't like to leave that stuff running 24/7 so I unplug it. I have never owned another boost, so maybe they are all like that. I just wish it had additional switch to turn the whole unit on/ off.