Boogieman

All you mothers better lock up your girls cause the Boogieman's back in town. The ALL-IN-ONE pedal featuring crunch, delay and tone with a 1/4" and an XLR output. For US customers, power adapter is included.

Price: $389.00
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ABOUT
Marko Balland is one of the most unique and talented harmonica players in the world, 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 of a player using a backlined amp with the 1/4" output or going straight into a PA with the XLR output, a player can be confident he or she will be able to dial in not just a good tone, but a downright scary good tone. Marko came to us with the request for a multieffects pedal and aided in the design of the Boogieman. We are proud to offer the Boogieman as Marko's signature pedal. We also want to give special thanks to Brian Brazil for field testing the Boogieman and offering feedback. The pedal measures 5.71 X 3.74 X 1.77 inches.

POWER
The Boogieman operates off a 18V DC power adapter. To make it all just a little easier, Lone Wolf is including a power supply for US customers. The AC adapter requirements are a 18V DC with a minimum 100mA output and a 2.1mm x 5.5mm connector with a negative center surrounded by a positive outside. The unit is always powered when the power supply is connected. The "IN" jack acts as the pedal ON/OFF switch.

FEATURES
  1. Harp Tone+ effect with TREBLE and BASS controls
  2. Harp Break effect with DRIVE control for overdrive
  3. Harp Delay effect with BLEND, REPEATS, and DELAY controls
  4. VOLUME control
  5. Independent bypass switch for Harp Break and Harp Delay
  6. High impedance buffered input
  7. High and low impedance outputs
  8. Bypass ON/OFF LED for Harp Break and Harp Delay
  9. Included 18V power adapter
  10. 10 year warranty on parts and labor
  11. If not satisfied, return within 60 days for a refund of the purchase price minus shipping and 4% credit card transaction fee

 

Reviews

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Boogieman delivers the Tone
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Gospelblue (GA) - October 9th 2019
I am very pleased with my purchase of this pedal. I have been using LWBC Harp Delay for years, I would not play a gig without it. But then there is my amp, miking the amp or going line out to a DI box, etc. With the Boogieman I am ready for sound check in two minutes. This one pedal has everything I need at a gig, great LWBC Delay, awesome tone control, drive, volume and DI Box. The sound guys love it because it makes their job easier and I get the tone I want. Our band plays a lot of minor blue [...read more]
Amazing Harp Effects and DI Box
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Donnie 'rocket' Rooker (San Diego, CA) - December 20th 2018
Local blues jams, sitting in with my friends' bands, guest harp appearances with other bands: when I play live, it's almost always through a clean vocal mic (Shure 58, ugh) and almost always through a PA system (meh). Hey, it's just a few songs during set #2...don't bother bringing your rig! Bands even hate it when I swap out the 58 for my Bullet with volume control. Somehow that 60sec swap is a set-killer...? Anyway. Fast-forward to my purchase of the Boogieman.

This effects [...read more]
The Boogieman Pedal
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Brian Brazil (Pennsylvania) - October 18th 2017
I’ve had the Boogieman Pedal since it was introduced by Lone Wolf. I was one of the first to try it. I wanted something I could use when it wasn’t practical to bring an amp that could also be used with an amp. I tried and tested it in all kinds of different situations. I used it at band rehearsals, club gigs, larger gigs at theaters and music festivals. All without an amp and it performed great. I use it at every gig I play. It has 3 pedals in 1. I have the Harp Delay, the controls of the Ha [...read more]