Fire-Eye Development Bright-Eye Clean Boost / Buffer Pedal Review

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Fire-Eye Development Bright-Eye Clean Boost / Buffer Pedal Review

Do good things come in small packages?  In this particular case, the old saying is true.  The Bright-Eye clean boost pedal from Fire-Eye Development is an essential pedal for doing any number of good things to your sound depending on your mood or requirements.  There’s a few ways you can utilise the Bright-Eye:BRIGHT-EYE CLEAN BOOST/BUFFER

  • Before another drive or fuzz pedal as a gain boost
  • After another drive or fuzz pedal as a volume boost while retaining the tone
  • The two option toggle switch can change the vibe from straight clean boost to vintage clean boost
  • The buffer will fix any top end loss by running longer cables

Features:

  • Input: high-impedance, 1 million ohms, maximum 2 volt peak-to-peak level.
  • Low-impedance output, 600 ohms, will drive all guitar pedals and amps effectively.
  • High-Quality Switchcraft 1/4-inch input, output and power jacks.
  • Boost button with volume control and boost light.
  • A light beam and photocell control boost to eliminate all button noise and popping.
  • A Mode switch selects flat or shaped frequency response.
  • Uses standard 9-volt pedal board, Boss-style, power: (center-negative, center-ground).
  • Internal filtering to reject radio-frequency interference from neon lights and cell phones.
  • Small Size: 1.25 x 1.5 x 3.75 inches.  Weight: 6 ounces.
  • Internal filtering to reject radio-frequency interference from neon lights and cell phones.
  • Small Size: 1.25 x 1.5 x 3.75 inches.  Weight: 6 ounces.

So far, I have really only tried two volume boost pedals that I would gig with and the bright eye would be one of them.  The other volume boost pedal I really love is the Maxon Dual Boost pedal which is also a two in one clean boost.  The benefit of the Bright-Eye is the small footprint of the pedal. I could fit it on my pedalboard no problems at all and for those interested, I am running it after my overdrives for a volume kick.  This is a great pedal from Fire-Eye Development.

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