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BMF Fat Bastard:
The Fat Bastard is a clean boost that adds a little weight to your sound without destroying your tone. With a fair amount of gain available, the Fat Bastard is perfect for getting your leads just above the mix, boosting overdrive pedals or pushing a tube amp into a nice, warm break up. The Fat Bastard also works well with bass guitars and features true bypass switching as well as a DC jack for use with a 9v negative tip power supply.
REVIEWS & USER COMMENTS:
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 4/14/2007:
"I bought this one to push my preamp from the input. I run several strats ('79, Yngwie Malmsteen Model and a strat custom built with EMG's) into a Mesa-Boogie TriAxis. The strats, especially the '79 and Yngwie's, have low output pick-ups so I need some fatness on my sound because I don't like to set the preamp gains all up the way, but I prefer to have a smooth overdriven sound boosted with clean gain. Moreover Mesa on high gain settings, sounds too flubby to me. Setting the preamp more or less bright, with this pedal you add volume and bottom to the sound for a really aggressive tone. It is a really quiet circuit compared with an overdrive. Sounds great! :)"
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 3/1/2007:
"Sounds fantastic by itself, but perhaps more importantly, it does NOT mess with the sound of my other pedals or amp. Finally!!! I've gone through over a dozen boosts that either added noise, thinned the signal or totally altered the sounds of my fuzzes and other dirt pedals as well as my amp's natural gain. That's not acceptable. My search for a boost ended when I received this."
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 3/2/2006:
"I like good strong clean tone. This box makes my clean tone stronger. I wouldn't necessarily say "fatter" like obviously bumping up the low midrange or high bass, but somehow clear with a little more bottom and a nice sparkly top. If you crank up the gain on this box you will really hit your amp hard. There's *lots* of gain available. I'm not a connoisseur of high gain tones, but if you think you'll like what your amp sounds like when hit with a big meaty-clear signal, then you'll probably like the Fat Bastard."
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