Nine different boost options in one tiny pedal.

Gulf Shores, AL (September 5, 2017) -- New from Seafoam Pedals is the Lighthouse Boost – a feature-rich boost that incorporates a light-up knob and two 3-way switches for a wide variety of useful tones. The gain control switch (Type) selects between clean boost, dirty boost, and nasty boost, and the EQ control switch (Tone) selects between full boost, mid boost, and treble boost. The dirty and nasty boost settings feature a clean blend so your guitar and amp’s natural sound isn’t masked, just supplemented. With all of these options in such a small pedal, you can easily find your optimal boost tone and save room on your pedalboard!

The Lighthouse Boost features:

  • Clear knob with bright white LED
  • Two 3-way toggle switches for a total of nine different boost options
  • Up to 20db of boost
  • True bypass switching
  • Standard 9v DC operation
  • Hand-made in the USA

The Lighthouse Boost carries a street price of $120.

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