BSM Treble Boosters, exclusively Handmade
Welcome to the fantastic world of BSM Finest Treble Boosters!
Hello, we would like to introduce our gorgeous Treble Booster machines, exclusively handcrafted by BSM for you. We hope you will enjoy your ride to a new territory of musical tone and flexibility. If you have any questions concerning our products, our tech-head and mastermind Mr. Bernd C. Meiser would be happy to talk to you. So don't hestitate any longer and send him an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to contact him directly.
You can download a pictured short-info sheet with all available boosters, this will give you a complete first overview about our product range. You can also download a short text summary about all available boosters.
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New BSM Treble Booster
Black Box Booster
Here's the next strike from BSM: a powerful preamp/booster! 40 years after the release of „Back in Black“ Bernd Meiser took the idea of Angus Y. playing not only live but also in the studio with his Schaffer Vega wireless device for extra gain, brillliance and compression. Bernd did not make a simple copy of the circuit but came along with his own ideas to realize the functions. It is designed to hit the high treble input of a British style amp with medium output pickups hard. What came out is a real monster, working from 9 to 18 volts.
V-TB Clean Booster
The fine BSM V-TB, a replica of the old V*X TrebleBooster from autumn 1964, has finally made it from a custom order to a regular model. Roger McGuinn of the Byrds created his 1960´s sizzling "jingle-jangle" trademark sound with the V*X TrebleBooster along with his 12-string Rickenbacker guitar. With the "Bass Boost" switch, the bass frequencies can be raised by +10dB, resulting in a beautiful sparkling tone, Tom Petty and his sideman Mike Campbell comes to mind.
Let´s work out the differences between the BSM V-TB and RMG models. The RMG is based on the V*X treble & bass booster that was released after the V*X treble booster. While the RMG has a pot to fine-tune the high-end, the VT-B has preset shimmering highs and BSM added a bass mode switch with two settings to get a more modern sound in the direction of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.