CNZ Audio

SBO-20 | Booster Pedal


Launch Your Playing Into a Higher Gear.

Simply put, a Boost pedal allows you to toggle your volume with the tap of your foot. Need to boost into a solo, just tap... and when you're done, tap back out. Our SBO-20 Booster pedal gives you 4 adjustment knobs to help shape the tone of your boost from transparent to modded. Gain up to 20 db of clean boost, or, adjust the Bass, Treble, and Gain knobs to color and shape your tone to your liking.


  • True Gain Booster creates rich and powerful sound.
  • Independent Gain Adjustment
  • Bass double +/-15 db Equalization
  • Treble Knob adjusts High and Mid Frequencies to make penetrating sound and increase boost +/- 15 dB
  • Bass adjusts =/- 15 dB to create a pure, full tone
  • True Bypass provides transparent tone when off
  • Solid Aluminum Housing with Firm Foot Switch


      • Dimensions: 3.75 L x 1.77 W x 1.9H Inches
      • 9VDC Input (- center, + outside), 70 mA
      • 1M Ohms Input Impedance
      • 10K Ohms Output Impedance
      • .53 lbs (including packaging)
      • Solid Aluminum Housing on All Sides
      • 1/4 Inch Input and Output Connectors
      • On Off LED indicator



      Detailed Operation

      The CNZ Audio Booster Guitar Effects Pedal brings a classic Rocket Booster look to this awesome pedal. Shoot for the moon with the broad capabilities and ease of use, controlling both the gain and the high end and low end signal.

      The Bass knob allows you to control the amount of low end in your tone. Turn it up for a deep, very full sound or turn it down to give a nice high end presence.

      The Treble knob controls the amount of high end sound you want in your guitar. Bringing it down helps for low droning effects while turning it up gives a pinging, crisp attack.

      The Volume knob at the top controls the overall output of the pedal. Whether you want to control all of your highs and lows with the pedals, or manage a small part of it, this knob is capable of great control.

      The Gain knob adjusts the initial effect that the bass and treble knobs have, boosting the sound of your guitar. Turning the gain knob up increases the effects of both the treble and bass effects, also increasing the sound. If you want the pedal to have less of an effect on the EQ, turn the gain down for a controlled effect. Inspire Your Music!

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