Review: Maxon DB10 Dual Booster Pedal
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One of the most popular applications of a Tube Screamer overdrive pedal is for “clean boost” functions à la Stevie Ray Vaughan, where the level control is cranked up, the drive control turned down, and the tone control is generally set to its most neutral setting.
The new DB10 Dual Booster pedal from Maxon (the company that invented the original 808 overdrive) is stripped down to the bare essentials needed for clean boost effects, and it provides a pair of independently voiced overdrive circuits (Vintage and Clean).
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