Skreddy Pedals Dynamic Mids Enhancer


Skreddy Pedals

Magic booster boxes and the guitar legends who use them

Angus Young used a Schaffer-Vega wireless receiver as a guitar signal enhancer; David Gilmour used an Alembic preamp, Tube Drivers, Boss GE-7's, and the EHX Electric Mistress to give his sound a focused midrange; Eddie Van Halen used an Echoplex EP3 with its FET preamp to get a crispy tone...

The Skreddy Pedals™ Dynamic Mids Enhancer sweetens, expands, and focuses your guitar tone; it restores lost dynamics and detail while bringing your desired midrange frequencies forward in the mix.

The noise floor stays flat (virtually zero self-noise) but signal peaks are multiplied, giving you more cut, more chime, more punch, and more clarity--perfect for solo boosts or whenever you want to spotlight your playing.

Incredible clean boost, but also works wonders stacked with dirt.  Best used AFTER your overdrive or fuzz pedals.

This high input impedance, ultra-clean circuit minimizes signal adulteration and boasts amazing transparency. 

Output level starts at about unity gain (depending on the frequency-gain settings) with a very gradual and smooth sweep of volume as you turn up.  There is a good amount of boost available at max, but this pedal is intended as a sweetener and not to pump out tons of massive, amp-crushing volume.  The output impedance is also slightly padded to provide a guitar-like signal to whatever follows.

Now you can custom tailor your own signature "enhanced" sound

Sculpt your guitar signal to bring out the best clean sound and with dirt leave the mush and the fizz behind.  Whenever you get tired of it, you can tweak the controls for a whole new sound.

You can adjust your gain along three midrange contours to dial in your desired sonic impact and character.  But there are no harsh, unpleasant, or distorted tones in this pedal--you won't be able to make it sound bad.  And unlike running an overdrive after your fuzz to bring out the mids, this pedal will not add extra noise or compression; instead, it will make your dynamics pop and bring up detail, dimension, and articulation.

Sounds fantastic at 9v, but try it with 12v or 18v for even more dynamic punch and volume.


Regular 9v-18v negative ground, no special power requirements. 9v battery is not included. If you use a battery, then remember to un-plug the input cable from the pedal’s input jack when not in use to prevent draining (or you can also just plug in a power-supply, which disconnects the battery).

You may supply external power through an AC adapter. All Skreddy Pedals accept the industry-standard 9v DC plug (5.5mm barrel x 2.1mm center coax), negative tip. Please use a quality, regulated, filtered power supply.

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