New Pedal Day! I traded a Mooer Ana Echo for a Mooer Pure Boost. The Ana Echo was a cool little analog delay, but I found the 300ms max time to be too limiting for my experimentation. So, I traded it to another Mooer collector for their Pure Boost. It arrived safe and sound I finally got to experiment with it today. In summary: I love it. My interest in the Pure Boost was as a clean boost. I donated away my Behringer BEQ700 Bass EQ in the name of the feeding the hungry at a food kitchen, so I was left without a clean boost pedal. The Pure Boost does a fantastic of boosting cleanly. I put the bass and treble at noon, maxed the volume, then used the gain knob to control the output. I test the pedal with my cheapy Squier Tele and my not-so-cheapy Kala U-Bass. The Tele was plugged in straight to the pedal, then to my mixer board and it was a clean boost from min to max gain. The U-Bass has an HPF-Pre series 2 as a piezo preamp, then to the Pure Boost and it was a clean boost from start to finish. With my U-Bass, I could see walking into a gig with just this pedal into a DI. The treble EQ on the Pure Boost has no effect on my U-Bass, but the bass EQ knob does. An extra level of bass control on an acoustic bass that has the potential of a lot of thump. I am not currently gigging anywhere with my tele, but it will be sitting at the end of my FX chain providing that last boost to the mixer: de Lisle Fuzz > Mooer Pitch Box > Mooer Trelicopter > Mooer Pure Boost.