A high-end clean boost with simple controls.

The Netherlands (August 28, 2017) -- In 2017, Koen Fu took the opportunity to work as an artist in residence at the famous Dr. No Effects headquarters in eindhoven holland. This collaboration led to the development of the illustruous KFC Sauce Dispenser-series and the Crystal Boost pedal.

The device, which is a high-end clean boost pedal, is said to metaphysically connect our physical world with the spiritual world, by incorporating the widely discussed crystal skull technology, developed at Koen Fu’s C\custom shop.

Its circuitry is designed by Dr. No and meticulously tweeked to the sonic preferences of Koen Fu, who worked on the pedals’ concept and graphic design. Every single device is handbuilt from only the finest components, personally bench tested, and hand-packed in the most amazing silk-screended, environment-friendly packaging materials by Koen Fu and the Doc, in-house at Dr. No Effects.

After purchasing the pedal, Koen Fu will perform certain rituals at his custom shop, directed to the performance of the Crystal Boost pedal, which obviously are all clouded by thick smoke... Those who have been following KFC videos online, probably are acquainted with these, and it is said, he hereby is releasing an additional metaphysical potential upon every unit sold.

The back of this "boutique-boutique" boost pedal states KFC is about creating "tools to guide you into the metaphysical realm," and if you pair this with the already impeccable status of Dr. No Effects, you know this guarantees instant awesomeness and outstanding quality on your pedalboard.

August 2017 sees the official release of the Crystal Boost.

Retail price is $230.

Watch the company's video demo:

For more information:
Dr. No Effects

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