High-Gain Booster

HS Treble Booster

The HS model is based on the British Hornby-Skewes Treble Booster unit, issued early 1967 and is loaded with a germanium transistor as used by Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple.

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HS-C Treble Booster

The HS model is based on the british Hornby-Skewes Treble Booster unit, issued in early 1967 and is loaded with a germanium transistor as used by Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple. The HS-Custom model is identical to the HS but includes a volume control (like Blackmore’s own modification).

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RG Treble Booster

The RG model is the Rory Gallagher tribute booster, perfect to nail Gallagher's punchy fat crunch-tone.

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RM-Metal Treble Booster

The RM Metal is an altered high-gain version based of the RM, identical to the modified 1969 Rangemaster unit that Tony Iommi began to use on Black Sabbath’s ‘Paranoid’ album. The RM-M model is also recommended for Nu-Rock, low dropped tunings and baritone guitars.

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Ambassador Mid-Voiced Treble Booster

The Ambassador is an x-over between the best qualities that classical boosters from the past had to offer. It stands out because of the additional midrange control - a feature classical boosters never cared about.

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BM-Q Treble Booster

The BM-Q model is based on the circuit, which was used by Brian May during his mid/lateQueen period. Model BM-Q Special is a unit without volume control similar to Brian’s original. It is available as custom order.

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BM-Q Special Treble Booster

The BM-Q model is based on the circuit, which was used by Brian May during his mid/lateQueen period. Model BM-Q Special is a unit without volume control similar to Brian’s original. It is available as custom order.

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FireBall Treble Booster

The HS-Fireball is a special selected HS unit, which allows the hard and aggressive sound as heard on the Rainbow ‘Rising’ or ‘Down to Earth’ record or Ritchie’s late 1970s stage sound.

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Albuquerque Special Booster

The Albuquerque is a signature sound pedal to achieve Mick Ralphs' fat Les Paul with Marshall 1976 overdrive live-sound in Bad Company. No control other than just a slope switch to reduce the bass if it’s too much for your needs. A fat pedal with rich harmonics!

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