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December 10, 2004
The new George Lynch model Time Machine Boost (GL TMB) by Legendary Tones and Robert Keeley takes the unique voicing of the original Time Machine Boost but adds a more aggressive character and bottom end to the tone to suit George Lynch's guitar style and tonal requirements.
The pedal has been completely re-engineered from the ground up, as all settings have been revoiced along with added GL features. The GL TMB is designed for those players that want to push their tube amps to new levels of gain and harmonics while maintaining all the dynamics and articulation of the player itself.
The GL TMB features two completely independent footswitchable channels for both Vintage and Modern flavors of boost. Ranging from "60's Bite" and "70's Growl", to a pure Modern clean boost, as well as "Mr. Scary" mode, the GL TMB provides a wide range of tones and options to explore when boosting for both rhythms and leads.
Each GL TMB is handcrafted one at a time taking over seven hours to be hand wired meticulously point-to-point, using premium components.
The GL TMB is housed in the same die-cast enclosure type with knob and feature styling similar to the original classic TMB. Because of the GL TMB's unique build requirements, the wait time for shipping each unit is 4-6 weeks fromthe time of order.
For more information, visit their web site at www.timemachineboost.com