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Dynamic enhance - Reviews Boss EH-2 Enhancer

This pedal would be the conductor to the later and current boss pedal the Boss Dyna Drive. This pedal essentially does the exact same thing as a the Boss Dyna Drive, but with a few more features. This pedal work on the dynamics of your playing as well as boosting signals. These pedals were used in recording sessions where running giant pedal board or long lines of cables degrade your signal. This boost the response and added a lot more dynamics to the tone. It modify the high frequencies of your tone. What you get is more clarity and a cleaner signal.



Controls: Mix, Freq, Sens
Connectors: Input, Output, AC Adaptor
Current Draw: 24 mA (DC 9V)
Recommended AC Adaptor: PSA Series


This is a boost pedal and a dynamic peal. you get added dynamics to your tone and you get a better boosted signal to the tone as well. The experts says play with this pedal on for a while and probably not notice much of a difference until you turn it off. Then you get to experience the difference in this pedal almost like you would be A/B two different amps or guitars.

This pedal doesn't add distortion to your tone or any other frequencies but just boosting those high frequencies to get you signal moving with more precision and clarity. It is a good pedal for recording with but if you are using a boutique amp then this doesn't make that much of a difference.


These pedals were manufactured for about 7 years from 1990 to 1997. They can be had on the classifieds all day long. I continue to see them for right around $70 to $80. Not a bad price for a pedal that may or may not be needed in your rig. I would recommend picking one up if you are about to do some recording because at this price it could be a no brainer. If you don't like it or do not need it you can sell it and almost break even for an experiment.