LunaStone Blue Drive 1 & Boost 18

Published 2 years ago on March 20, 2019

By Guitar Interactive Magazine


The Boost was simply enhancing the Blue Drive and driving in into more sustain and saturation without losing the character of the Blue Drive.

Sam Bell

LunaStone Blue Drive 1 & Boost 18

Sam Bell returns to the pages of Guitar Interactive Magazine to take a look at two new exciting pedals from Lunastone in the form of the Blue Drive 1 & Boost 18.

The Scandinavian Pedal company, Lunastone have been building their brand in the name of true transparent overdrive! Today I have the pleasure of checking out the Lunastone Blue Drive and the Boost 18. Two pedals by Lunastone which are awesome by themselves and make a sonic dynamic duo when used together! Let’s take a look at them individually.




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