Martinsville, IN (November 28, 2012) -- Wampler Pedals has announced the latest addition to their pedal lineup. The new offering, the decibel+, is a buffer and boost pedal. Here

Martinsville, IN (November 28, 2012) -- Wampler Pedals has announced the latest addition to their pedal lineup. The new offering, the decibel+, is a buffer and boost pedal. Here are the details from the Wampler Pedals website:

Meet the decibel+ Buffer|Boost, a pedal that offers excellent, stable buffering AND a fantastic clean boost, in one great, durable, easy-to-use package! With one single knob to accomplish everything, it trims the fat – we didn't want to make a booster that does too much to be considered just booster, but not enough to be considered a legitimate light overdrive. Plus, functionality like that tends to just run up the price. Brian's goal was to make sure that this pedal can buffer with excellent fidelity, boost like nobody's business, yet be as easy to work with as possible. No unnecessary complications of either function, and no sacrifices when it comes to the core tone!

Whichever you need from it, it's ready to deliver. Studio or stage, it's a one-knob problem solver toolkit in pedal form. Just dial that one knob where you need it to go and you'll have the functionality you need right then – and if you ever need it to turn from buffer to boost, or boost to buffer, it's as simple as adjusting that one control.

Features:
• Hand made in the U.S.A.
• High grade film capacitors and resistors picked for their superior sound and response
• Completely true bypass
• Battery connection and 9v power jack (barrel plug like Boss)
• Power draw: 6mA
• One control - Adds gain and volume simultaneously at the perfect rate
• NOT a clone or copy of any other product on the market
• 2.25" x 4.25" (57.15mm x 107.95mm)

Watch Wampler's video demo by Tom Quayle:

For more information:
Wampler Pedals

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