So the day I turn 29 was spent sick ridden in bed. That sucked a lot. The next day events wasn't exactly beyond my control either (couldn't cancel a gig nor cancel a lesson in the other side of Victoria), so I took full advantage of the long hour drive.
I told my student to meet me at the shop I helped her get her first guitar. She had scouted there the day before so I knew this was available so I walked in there bought the thing, told her to stop staring at that ESP Eclispse she so badly wanted and go to her house for her lessons.
As for what I bought, it's this:
Vox Ice 9 Overdrive.
Because I was scheduled to play a gig back near my house (more driving), I also got to use this live. I used it to replace my Tube Screamer and hot damn, this thing ROARS. The more switch adds an extra 14db to your sound without colouring the tone at all. It's great. More testing with future band practices and this may replace my TS9 full time...
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Did the boost tighten things up as much as ts9s usually do?