18 Volt JFET Boost - $15
Similar to the Keeley Katana, the 18V JFET Boost module utilized the Crown Jewel’s internal charge pump and two cascaded 2N5458 JFET stages to deliver a very clean, very transparent, and very loud boost. A great boost for pushing your amp into overdrive or if you just want to be louder without changing your tone very much.
27 Volt Boost - $15
This is a “lite” version of BYOC’s 27V Boost mini pedal. The Crown Jewel has an internal charge pump that produces 18 volts. It also produces negative 9 volts. We utilize the differential to create a whopping 27 volt power supply. This is the cleanest and most transparent boost we offer. If you don’t want your tone to change at all, and you don’t want any extra warmth or grit added…you just want to be louder….this is the boost you want.
LPB - $15
LPB stands for Linear Power Booster. It’s a very simple Silicon transistor boost. EHX probably wasn’t the first to design it, but they were the first to market it to guitar players. Great boost for pushing your amp into overdrive. Fairly gritty. Lots of low end. This module really excels at being used as a pre-gain to push the Crown Jewel’s main drive channel into high gain distortion.
Germanium Treble Booster - $25
This module is based on the Dallas Rangemaster. It features a hand selected PNP NOS Germanium transistor. Very warm and gritty. Almost a fuzz, but not quite. An on-board internal bias trimpot lets you dial it in to be a little hotter or cooler if you want.
Electra Distortion - $15
Based on the Electra Distortion. While you certainly could use this as a boost, it’s a great, simple, overdrive to stack with the Crown Jewel’s main drive channel, or to just use as an overdrive all on its own.
Octave Up - $15
This is an octave up module based on the Dan Armstrong Green Ringer circuit.
Hard Clipper - $15
This module is just the overdrive section from the Klon Centaur. No tone control. Just the Germanium diode hard clipping section of the circuit. Internal trimmer allows you to set the maximum distortion. Use your guitar's volume to control the amount of drive.
Soft Clipper - $15
This module is just the overdrive section from the Tubescreamer. No tone control. No input or output buffers. Just the Silicon diode soft clipping section of the circuit. Internal trimmer allows you to set the maximum distortion. Use your guitar's volume to control the amount of drive.
Mimosa - $20
The Mimosa module is a compressor based on the Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer
Fuzz - $15
A silicon transistor fuzz module based on the Fuzz Face. Actually, it's based on the fuzz part of the Thomas Organ Fuzz Wah, which was a modified Fuzz Face circuit. Slightly more aggressive sounding than the typical Fuzz Face with more sustain. Internal bias trimmer lets you dial in how gated you want it to sound. Use your guitar's volume knob to control the amount of fuzz.
The Ultimate Drive and Boost Combo