The guitarist looking to find a booster pedal for treble effects may consider the BSM RW-F Booster Pedal. This pedal emulates the classic sounds of the 1960s and 1970s that sought a rough earthy sound. It was designed with classical power pickups such as the PAF or P90 and the Mini Humbucker in mind to create a clean and crunch character. The warm balance between the base and treble prevents a muddy sound with the neck Humbucker while the bridge Humbucker gets definite and tight. The RW-F is powered only by a battery rather than an AC/DC source.
This pedal comes after the release of the RM Early Days Treble Booster and the “71/73 CM” Booster. The RW-F is specifically meant to capture Ron Wood’s tones from his days with Faces, a band featuring Rod Stewart before his mainstream breakthrough. BSM has also created pedals to capture the sounds of other legendary guitarists such as Deep Purple’s Ritchie Blackmore, Roger McGuinn, Rory Gallagher, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Brian May of Queen, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Keith Richards and a host of rockabilly guitarists. The company also hopes to develop a pedal for Tommy Bolin, the successor of Blackmore in Deep Purple.