9 Responsesso far.

  1. John Banks says:

    Love my 1974 Colorsound Overdriver! I made a few clones with NOS 60s and 70s components and sold a couple to Chester Kamen a few years back. He wanted a spare for his 70s one but non of the commercially available clones were quite right for him.

  2. Adam Wallander says:

    Hello Bjorn!

    Thanks for all your great advice, you have heavily influenced by gear! (All for the better :D )
    What boost would you recommend for the bedroom setup? I would still like to keep that vintage tone as as my goal-tone right now is the 1977-tour. I have been longing to get the Powerboost but I’m afraid I wont be able to get the full tone out of it. I’m right now playing at a Vol10 on my Blackstar Ht5 aswell as my guitar and I’ve already been given complaints from my neighbor upstairs.
    How would I go about getting that vintage tone while keeping the volume down?

    Best Regards, Adam

  3. Wox says:

    Nice to see you explain the settings. You should keep this for further pedal reviews. Playing is great, as always.

  4. bluestubes says:

    Great review Bjorn full marks , I love my Power Booster its never off ..

  5. Simon says:

    Hi Bjorn! Great post, i love power booster sound! I have a buffalo fx power booster, in you’re opinion what’s the best setting for the “cigar” sound in this video?

    Thanks a lot!

    Cheers

    Simon

    • Bjorn says:

      Thanks! I did mention my settings in the video so you can try those as a start. The Buffalo has a bit more headroom and a slightly darker tone, so you might want to tweak those a bit. Also, the settings depends on your pickups and amp.

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