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The Squire preamp pedal is suitable for running directly into a power amplifier, running into the effects return of an amplifier’s effects loop, recording direct when combined with a cabinet simulator or for use as a booster/second clean sound when plugged into the front end of another guitar amplifier.

There are three models to choose from: the original Squire, inspired by the Dumble clean channel; the Squire BF, similar to a black face fender circuit and the Squire TB, modeled after the Vox top boost circuit. 

The single Tungsol 12ax7 runs at high voltage for a full, rich and dynamic tube sound. The 9VDC power supply (provided) is converted to both 6.3VDC for the tube heaters and 250VDC for the tube plates.

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All three Squire models have controls for treble, bass and volume, as well as a 3-way mode switch.

The first position of the mode switch allows the high-end presence to be rolled off, for a smooth and warm tone. Mode two is the stock position for each Squire model. Mode 3 acts as a bright switch and adds some extra top end just like a bright switch on an amp.

Measurements: 3 7/8” wide x 4 ¾” deep x 2.56" tall

Power requirements: 9VDC @ 500mA, center negative, 2.1mm jack

Weight: 1.27 lbs (575g)

Vdeo of the Squire BF + other Kingsley pedals:


All about valve/tube preamps for guitar:


Summary of Kingsley preamps:


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Squire Comparison

Pedal: $295.00 USD

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