Laney Black Country Custom STEELPARK Boost Pedal

$189.99

  • Handcrafted in the UK
  • 3 different modes: Upper Mid Boost/Neutral Boost/Low Mid Boost
  • Excellent consistent load for passive Volume pedals
  • Perfect for non-master volume amps too
  • Analogue throughout, no latency
  • Solid metal chassis construction

In stock (can be backordered)

Description

 

Black Country Customs is a range of pedals created by Laney Amplification. A big name in the amp world, Laney have been a British company since its founding in 1967. Laney are furthering this British tradition with their Black Country Customs pedals which are all handcrafted in the UK.

Each pedal is the result of hours of dedicated testing and listening and are constructed with high-quality components. Built to last, the Black Country Customs pedals are designed to provide you with high-quality sounds for a long time.

A versatile Boost pedal with masses of headroom designed to help you push your amp harder and cut through any mix.Ideal for stacking either before or after other gain pedals on your board.

When it comes to great tone -hitting the front of your amp harder is always a good idea! The Steelpark can be used to hit your amp hard, or as a volume boost post your other gain pedals or use it at the front of your board to compress your other gain pedals.

With four control knobs and a 3-way mode switch, the Steelpark provides you with plenty of ways to dial in the perfect boost to suit your rig. Just with the 4 control knobs, you can shape the tone of the boost from its high and low-end, to its compression and distortion through to how hard you push the amp.

The 3-way mode selector can dramatically alter the sound in just the flip of the switch. In its middle position, you get no pre-boost, this is great for when you want to retain your clean sound and just need a volume boost to cut through the mix. Mode 1 is a pre-mid boost which is good for providing a warmer and thicker sound to the thinner pickups. Mode 2 is a pre-low mid boost which makes for a much fatter tone. This switch comes in very handy when you’re swapping between guitars with different pickups or you need to play a variety of styles but don’t want to keep fiddling with the controls.