All you mothers better lock up your girls 'cause the Boogieman's back in town. The ALL-IN-ONE pedal featuring crunchy distortion, delay and tone controls. Outputs include a 1/4" and an XLR output. Power adapter is included.
Marko Balland is one of the most unique and talented harmonica players in Europe, and Lone Wolf Blues Co. wanted to create something as equally over the top as his playing. The Boogieman is an ambitious pedal that features three of Lone Wolf's most popular circuits: the Harp Delay, Harp Break, and Harp Tone+. With this pedal, regardless if you are using a backlined amp with the 1/4" output, or going straight into a PA with the XLR output, a player can be confident they will be able to dial in not just a good tone, but a downright scary good tone. The pedal measures 5.71 X 3.74 X 1.77 inches.
An 18V dc power adapter is included.
- Harp Tone+ effect with TREBLE and BASS controls
- Harp Break effect with DRIVE control for overdrive
- Harp Delay effect with BLEND, REPEATS, and DELAY controls
- VOLUME control
- Independent bypass switch for Harp Break and Harp Delay
- High impedance buffered input
- High and low impedance outputs
- Bypass ON/OFF LED for Harp Break and Harp Delay
- Included 18V power adapter
- 10 year warranty on parts and labor
- If not satisfied, return within 60 days for a refund
Love my Lone Wolf set up. I not only have the Boogieman, I also purchased the Harp Reverb and Harp Shield to go along with my wireless transmitter, Jason Ricci Signature mic, and Ronnie Shellist signature Stage 5 amp. Simply put: I couldn’t be happier. My wife…not so sure. All kidding aside: if my house is a rockin’, don’t bother knockin’, come on in!!
The insturment was sent very quickly,less than promised. Very cool. As far as using it,im still experimenting. And thus far,im very pleased.
Awesome. Let me know when you have more 10 watt tube amps
My limited use so far ( 1 gig playing in a blues band ) was fantastic. It is helping me create the “harp” sound I had been striving for. My only complaint is the lack of information explaining the effects of the individual knobs. Specifically the “Blend” and the “ Repeat “ knobs. I’m really still in the experimental and learning phase of this new to me device and so far loving it.
The first unit had to be returned. The switches made a loud popping sound through the PA when they were engaged. Unacceptable for a live performance. I'm using the second unit and wondering if it is normal to have to turn the delay knobs almost all the way up to hear the effect. Other than that, it seems to work ok.