SoundBrut is a company I’ve talked about a few times on the site. They’re based out of Sweden, and they were able to cross the ocean and exhibit at Summer NAMM this year. That’s a big move, and I hope they did amazing. They did get a chance to get featured on Premier Guitar though. That’s huge and you can see that video here.
A little while back they sent me the SoundBrut VA – MOSFET Boost to check out. I totally dug it – you can read about that here, and now, I thought it would be great to give it away to a lucky Effects Bay reader out there!
Here is the official description of the VA MOSFET Boost:
VA is a MOSFET boost pedal with a custom tone stack, specifically designed to be used anywhere in your signal chain. Our custom built and tuned Varitone circuit has a 6-way selector for 6 different capacitors. Together with a 2-way Q switch, that acts as a master EQ-depth selector for the capacitors, VA can be used as a boost pedal (up to 30 dB’s) with 12 different tone presets.
You can use it in front of your amp and pedals to push them into further gain stages or after your favorite dirt pedals as a tone-shaper and boost.Â In any setting, this pedal creates a full and well-balanced sound. Although VA is not technically a clean boost pedal, it respectfully enhances the harmonic content of your guitar. If the boost is kept at unity level, the Varitone circuit adds subtle air and character; beyond the unity level, VA starts to add level and weight to your sound.
The story of this pedal actually goes back to the foundation of our FX pedals venture. Our first endeavor was the creation of a special tone–circuit that would be at the core of our dirt pedals. Fundamentally, VA is that core, in its most spartan state.
Now before I get to the give away, I would like to send out a special â€œthank youâ€ to the crew at SoundBrut. Be sure to follow them on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and check out their website!
This give away is open to international submissions (except for GDPR participating countries). US winners will receive the pedal with free shipping, but if youâ€™re selected as the winner AND international, we are asking that you pay for shipping. The value of the SoundBrut VA MOSFET Boost is $145, so this is a great opportunity!
But.. that’s not all. I’m also going to give up a pair of Rattlesnake Cable Company Flex Patches (you pick the the length – 6″, 8″ or 10″). Total retail value of this give away is $165!
Be sure to submit bonus entries after your entry to gain additional opportunities to increase your odds!
This give away will start today and run until August 5th, 2018 at 11:59PM MDT. Donâ€™t miss out on this one, and please help spread the word! We all love free gear, and making these give aways fun and successful for everyone!
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4 years ago
Hey guys I entered and did all the stuff for extra my security said to block. But I think cause it was recording my answers yet the mail one for all the different ones I did then all yet no ticks for them all?? Iâ€™m very fussy and am on veterans affairs pension from Army. So guitar playing and sound is my escape in life as family left. So my service dog and me play and Iâ€™ve tried to learn as much as I can about a good sound. So money is tight but Iâ€™ve now found you through rattlesnake. Wow this pedal would save me so much stuffing around adding caps and junk. I can only try to win and be happy to pay postage. To use and show off this great idea as itâ€™s something I can show but also explain to friends. As I got lots questions as Iâ€™m at home all the time so Iâ€™m alwayd reading if not playing so many stage guys in Australia use me for how can o change this to do this. Your box would open a world of tone for me. Plus I would pass on your info to get there own. As from a blues to rock to switching guitars this with my few tube amps would give me so much flexibility. Well crossed fingers Iâ€™ve never one anything but due to low money this is something that to my collection of gear which I take really seriously no cheap or fad stuff. So itâ€™s taken yrs, but hey not huge but good bits right to cords and leads, so from what Iâ€™ve seen and listened to using Bose headphones I can say Iâ€™d really use this on my board. Fingers crossed. Cheers Matt fromReply