Fulltone Fat-Boost 3

Fulltone Fat-Boost 3, Guitar Effect

Item number: 100051881
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Guitar Effect • Effect Type: Booster • Technology: Analog • Special Features: True bypass • Mono / Stereo: Mono In, Mono Out • Controls: Volume, Drive, Bass, Treble • Bypass Mode: True bypass • Including: Mains adapter (optional) • Power supply: 9-18 Volt DC, center negative • Power Consumption: n. a. • Battery powered: Battery Powered • Battery Type: 9V Block • Housing size: Standard • Dimensions WxHxD (cm): 6,35 x 5,33 x 11,43 • Weight: 0,45 kg • Country of Origin: Made in USA • Guitar Boost Pedal with Volume, Drive, Bass, and Treble Controls, Class-A FET Design, and True-bypass Switching • Class-A JFET powered with no op amps • A huge amount of headroom before clipping • Pre-clipping Bass control keeps bass tight • Treble control for sparkle • Multi-stage FET design provides great compression • Tweed-style crunch tone with Drive control turned up, but excels as clean booster • Non-inverting and extremely Low-Z output to drive other pedals and long cables • Proprietary power section allows you to use just about any power supply • True bypass, bright LED, and anti-pop switching circuitry • The Fulltone Fat-Boost 3 boost pedal provides 35dB of non-distorted gain without changing your sound plus bass and treble controls to shape your guitars tones. Fatten and distort your tone, brighten or mellow up the sound, add or subtract Bass, and add even-order harmonics. This Class-A JFET-powered booster is made to fit on your pedalboard and large Volume and Drive knobs are easy to adjust onstage. Smaller Bass and Treble knobs let you set favorite tones, while true-bypass switching means that when the Fat-Boost 3 is off your guitars tones remain un-coloured. The FET design adds amp-style compression to your signal as you turn up the Drive knob for a big guitar sound even at low volumes. FETs can behave like tubes in a properly designed circuit. They can clip and distort in a pleasing way instead of being buzzy or spiky sounding like a transistor, and can also add a subtle limiting to the signal. This evens out the volume, making your live and recorded tones more pleasing.