"High-Gain Dual Rectifier Amp Tone"



The Boogeyman amp sim rack effect module is based on the popular DIY Dr Boogey high-gain distortion circuit.  It is meant to capture the sound of a Mesa dual rectifier.  It's better for a lead tone.  The lows may be a bit light for the heavy chug metal rhythms.



The first Boogie amps started off as Fender Princetons, with a Fender Bassman head and upgraded speaker.  Later, an additional gain stage was added making the Boogie Mk I the first of the high-gain amps.  Keith and Ron of The Rolling Stones and Carlos Santana were early adopters.  Many years later, a group of pedal enthusiasts collaborated across the internet to capture the Boogie Mk I sound in a pedal circuit.  The result was known as Dr Boogey.  With its five JFET stages, it is a high-gain effect with a tube-y sound, a bit spongey, almost like a smooth fuzz at high Gain levels.  The bass is trimmed down a bit to keep the high gain from turning it to mud, so you won't likely get a hard-thumping low end.  Cleans up a good amount with your guitar's volume knob.  Most seem to like this circuit for high-gain metal.



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No buffers



This one does what it does.  We don't presently offer any options for it.  If you have something in mind, let us know.


Front Panel

  • Volume
  • Gain
  • Bass
  • Mids
  • Treble
  • Presence


Rear Panel

  • Audio In
  • Audio Out
  • On/Off Footswitch
  • On/Off Override
  • DC Power
  • DC Power LED


Power Consumption (aprox)

8 - 12mA


Base Configurations

Part # Description List Price
MOD-BMAN Boogeyman module $219



Part # Description List Price
MOPT-BMAN-CC Component Changes TBD



Part # Description List Price
MPT-BMAN-CA Replacement pot, switch, jack, LED cable assembly $19
MPT-BMAN-KNB Replacement control knob $2
MPT-BMAN-PB Replacement power board $29
MPT-BMAN-SB Replacement switching board $29