ll 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.
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 back-lined 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 18Vdc power adapter, is included for US customers only.
- 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
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John DeRenzis Boogieman Pedal
So far Excellent Product, and still BEST Customer Service (as it has always been!)!!!
Great pedal, better customer service!
The pedal sounds great, though we had to have some help getting it dialed in. That’s where arandy came in. He was very responsive and helped us to realize we were using the wrong cable/connectors from the mic and helped us select the proper connectors. After that, the pedal sings!
Does the job, sounds great
If you’re going through an amp, this is the pedal. Loaded with the Harp Tone, Harp Echo and Harp Break, the Boogieman gives you everything you need to control tone, volume and presence onstage. The Tone circuit is always on and can be used to add thickness or sparkle, the Echo can be set for slap-back, reverb or chorus effects, and the Break adds grit, texture and general balls to the sound. I’ve used the Boogieman in combination with a Mojo Pad at several recent gigs — two large outdoor stages with PA support, and two indoor venues, one a huge open space and the other, a small bar. In each situation I was able to get the tone I wanted at the appropriate volume level without feedback. Note for anybody using a Shaker Dynamic mic or any lower impedance dynamic mic: you will get a lot more out of the Boogieman if you put an impedance transformer between your mic and the pedal. Randy has a blog post on the topic. I’m not very technical, but the way I understand it, some mics don’t have enough output to get the Harp Break to work properly. Without the impedance transformer you will have to turn the Boogieman drive and volume all the way up to get much effect. With an Imp, I get screaming clipping out of my Shaker (similar to a bullet mic) at maybe 9 or 10 o’clock on the drive with the mic volume all the way up. Players with volume control on their mics will notice that their tone cleans up a little as they back off. All in all, this is a great pedal!
Great, the customer service was outstanding too