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Boosting the strength of an analogue audio signal is the only aspect these pedals have in common. They vary in types of colour (or tone) they impart on the signal, their price, form and power specifications. Many guitarists use boost pedals to raise the volume of their amplifiers, to pronounce certain sections in songs, bring them forward in a mix and pushing their favourite valve amps into breaking up earlier.
These are not the cheapest guitars on the market, but there is plenty of evidence to show that buying a slightly more expensive (but still reasonably affordable) guitar pays off in both sound quality and likelihood of wanting to pick up your guitar and play. And wanting to play the guitar is an important part of pushing through that initial learning curve.
These guitars are nearer to the cheap end of the market, but the step up in quality for entry level guitars if huge. Most beginners will be very hard to distinguish from much higher priced models, and will be able play these for years without feeling like they have to upgrade.