Suhr Koko Boost Pedal
The Suhr Koko Boost is the ultimate boost pedal in that not only does it provide an extremely transparent clean boost that does not color the guitar's tone whatsoever, but also a selectable midrange boost that works in conjunction with the clean boost to provide you with maximum versatility. Whether you need a little clean boost of your clean sound (up to 20 decibels) or a midrange boost dialed in to overdrive your tube amp for solos that cut through the mix, the Koko Boost is a musical tool that will enhance the sound and functionality of your entire rig with minimum fuss: just plug it in between your guitar and quality tube amp and you are ready to rock.
Suhr Koko Boost Pedal
Effects pedals typically take a lot of abuse. Guitar players will typically take good care of their guitars and amps but tend to think of pedals as an afterthought that can be thrown around and stomped on without a second thought. With this in mind, Suhr designed these pedals to take a great deal of physical abuse night after night, tour after tour. The boxes are milled out of solid aluminum billets with state-of-the-art CNC for meticulous fit and finish as well as impregnable protection for the components inside. Yes, these pedals are overbuilt like a tank and overengineered to the tilt. You can sense the amazing build quality when you put one in your hands. From the feel of the footswitch when you stomp on it to the feel of the knobs when you turn them, everything about these pedals oozes quality.
Ultimately, though, it's about the sound and musician-friendly features. Designed by long-time working musicians who are also product designers and engineers, Suhr focused on things that really matter to players who play out in live shows and record in demanding studio applications. Suhr left out the frills and a gaggle of switches and knobs that may seem like they offer versatility but only get in the way when you're trying to dial in the sound in your head. Suhr also added a very practical feature called FX-Link for players using MIDI or remote switching systems to turn pedals on and off without having to insert them into separate loop boxes. As their pedal line grows, this feature will become that much more useful for building a sophisticated rig without frustrating complexity. Speaking of features, all Suhr pedals also come with a battery monitor that measures the voltage of the battery when a cable is plugged in.