Moog MF Boost Minifooger Boost Pedal

Product code: moomfboost

The Moog MF Boost Minifooger is a tone enhancing VCA boost/buffer pedal with two selectable signal paths, tone-shaping circuit, natural compression, and expression pedal control of Gain.

  • Moog MF Boost Minifooger Boost Pedal

    The Moog MF Boost Minifooger is a tone enhancing VCA boost/buffer pedal with two selectable signal paths, tone-shaping circuit, natural compression, and expression pedal control of Gain.

    Main Features

    • 100% analogue boost pedal with selectable signal paths
    • Transparent tone circuit adds articulation, Nashville cluck, or removes harshness
    • Can be used as a clean boost pedal, a dirty boost pedal AND a volume pedal
    • Expression pedal adds gain past the panel setting
    • True Bypass
    • Designed to perform with any Guitar, Amp, or Bass guitar configuration
    • Battery or PSU (NOT INCLUDED) powered
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    The MF Boost is an Expression enhanced, twin topology boost pedal that allows you to select between an articulate VCA signal path and a coloured OTA signal path. This completely unique boost design works with your guitar and amplifier to conjure boutique amp sound and responsiveness from any guitar/amplifier combination. Its natural compression and sound enhancement also bring out the best tone and performance in other effects pedals. When paired with an expression pedal, the MF Boost can be used as a tone enhancing volume pedal or sweepable-gain boost pedal. The expression pedal input also provides access to higher gain values not available on the panel.


    GAIN - Sets the input gain from off to maximum. With the Boost switch in the down position (VCA mode), this knob should be set to maximum. In this setting you will notice tighter bottom, focused midrange, and a more open top end. With Boost in the up position (clipped OTA mode), the sound is creamy and lightly compressed with a slightly more forward midrange.

    BOOST - In the down position, signal is sent through the VCA signal path providing clean, articulate tonal enhancement with a subtle 6dB boost (12dB+ w/ expression). This setting feels and sounds like a boutique amp in a pedal. With the switch in the up position, signal is sent through the clipped OTA path providing 12dB of boost (18dB+ w/ expression). This path has a creamy, classic tone that bonds guitar and amplifier for everything from subtle bite and drive to singing leads. Both settings have a naturally occurring musical compression.

    TONE - At higher settings this control adds openness, note articulation and picking detail. In this setting the top-end in your amplifier is sweetened while remaining smooth, the mids become focused, and the bottom end appears more robust and tight. At lower settings the Tone control can be used to fatten up an amp or tame harsh top-end.

    LEVEL - Level allows you to trim the output of the Boost while maintaining input gain colouration. This control does not go completely off.

    EXPRESSION PEDAL INPUT - This input is assigned to Gain. With Gain set to minimum, an expression pedal can be used as a volume pedal. At the mid setting in clipped OTA mode, the expression pedal allows you to swell in and out boost levels musically. At maximum, use an expression pedal to add input Gain not available on the panel of your MF Boost and overdrive your amp.

    Moog MF Boost Specifications

    Signal Path: 100% analogue
    Bypass Type: True bypass
    Power: +9VDC
    Weight: 0.5 Kgs / 18oz
    Enclosure: Cast aluminium
    Dimensions (D x W x H): 14.4 x 8.3 x 5.8 cm / 5.75 x 3.25 x 2.25 inches
    Gain: -65dB - +18dB
    Tone Control: 165 Hz - 20KHz Lowpass Filter 6dB/Octave (wet signal only)
    Expression: Controls Gain (Max Input level +5VDC)
    Input Impedance: 1 MegaOhm
    Output Impedance: 100 Ohm minimum
    Current: 8mA

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  • Additional Information

    Specifications No
    On demo in store No
    Brand Moog
    Condition New
    Documentation No