ACTIVE DUAL PARAMETRIC EQ | INTERNAL CHARGE PUMP | TRANSPARENT BUFFERED BYPASS

A BOOST WITH A DIFFERENCE

The Two Stroke Boost EQ is our take on the essential ‘clean boost’ pedal, but with even more versatility. Combining an active dual-parametric EQ and up to 12dB of output boost, the Two Stroke is the perfect tool for fine-tuning your sound or pushing your amp’s front end with unsurpassed control. Subtle Two Stroke tweaks can add an extra dimension to solos, whilst more aggressive use of the pedal’s EQ can sculpt entirely new sounds. Use the Two Stroke to add an extra channel to your amplifier or re-voice your guitar’s pickups completely. Crank the high mids to jump through the mix, cut the low end to remove the woolliness that normally occurs with traditional boost pedals, or leave the EQ flat to hear more of what you already like.

However you set it, thanks to the pedal’s charge pump circuit (which doubles the internal voltage and massively increases the headroom), the Two Stroke works brilliantly placed before or after other pedals, or even in your effects loop. It’s also suitable for bass and acoustic guitars as a practical tool to remove unwanted ‘honk’ or feedback, making this pedal a valuable addition to any musician’s setup. If you’ve flirted with EQ pedals before but been immediately put off by excessive noise and underwhelming results, the awesome Two Stroke Boost EQ may just change your mind.

Ade Emsley

It’s sometimes hard to get excited about clean boost EQ pedals. We just made it easier.

Ade EmsleyTechnical Director
Dimensions (W × H × D):9.5 × 6.5 × 13cm (3.74 × 2.56 × 5.12″)
Power:9V Battery or 9-12V DC adapter (centre negative)
Current Draw @ 9V:28mA
Crimson Guitars

This multi-functional pedal should be on your board!

Crimson Guitars
Guitar Interactive

“The amount of tonal options on here should keep even the pickiest of clean boost fans happy for a very long time.”

Guitar Interactive3/3/2015
Guitar & Bass Magazine

Moe ‘Utilitarian’ than it looks, the Two Stroke is extremely effective as a short cut to extra tonal versatility.

Guitar & Bass Magazine
Songwriting Magazine

[this] will have you playing around with different sounds for ages. 4/5

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