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This pedal is named a Colored Boost for a reason! It's not a clean boost, though it's not a fuzz either. The Little Devil Colored Boost can gently color your Fender or drive your old Marshall into oblivion.
The soul of the Little Devil Colored Boost is the Class A amplifier design and the selectable Feedback/Bias control. The six presets range from slightly fuzzy to a "in your face" Plexi sound. Each preset has its own style of harmonic distortion and clipping with different effects on a sine wave signal. Soft clipping, hard clipping, clipping on the top, bottom, or both sides of a sine wave, and significant changes in frequency happen with each click of the Feedback/Bias switch. Capable of 39db of boost, the Little Devil Colored Boost can easily range from gentle sustain to screaming vintage.
"I recently had the good fortune to visit Chandler and try Wade's new pedals. I'm a little at a loss for words, but I will do my best to describe my initial reactions. First off, the quality is what you would expect from Chandler and that is nothing short of the best (and I was playing on a prototype!). I will say for both they seem incredibly transparent. I do not hear a stomp box between the guitar and the amp but rather it brings out new sounds, textures, and character (it is a Chandler product after all). I tried it on a few vintage low- watt amps, a Marshall, and an AC30. These boxes were so flexible they could bring out the best qualities of each combination of amp and speaker. They are so dialed in, it's simple. After finding a preset that works with your amp, you have further options of sculpting the tone using feedback drive and boost range. The Germanium is fat and smooth as you may expect while the Little Devil (my favorite) is aggressive and can get almost squishy if you push it that much. They bring tone to the next level. To sum it all up, these are so much more than just boost pedals, they are tone enhancers."–MARK GUSTAFSON (FOH CHEAP TRICK)