Some of the best effects pedals around today available to guitar and bass players are made right next door to us in Kansas City, Missouri - JHS pedals! Hand built by musicians for musicians. From essentials like the Little Black Buffer and Lime Aid Bass Compressor to renowned Panther Delay, these pedals rock. JHS also offers some real solutions for players like true bypass loopers, mini tap tempo and more. We were the first official deal for JHS Pedals and are proud to carry them. Check out our JHS Pedals video interview with our own Boss Flynn talking shop with JHS's Josh Scott.
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This super small JHS Prestige Booster enables you to buffer, boost and enhance the tone of any guitar or bass run through it and offers a surprising amount of versatility. Whether you want to sweeten your tone or give it some grit, this little guy packs some serious punch.
With the boost knob set to zero, you have in your hands an amazing buffer/enhancer for long cable runs as well as a tool that will simply add some life back into your rig. When the Boost knob is in the first 25% you will get different flavors of the buffer/enhancer as well as slight volume increases. When the Boost knob is set between 25% and 50% you have a powerful, dynamic solo boost that adds definition, clarity and a little magic to your solos and lead passages. When set at 50% or more, the Prestige gives you the ability to break up your tube amp in a smooth and natural way resulting in real tube overdrive from the preamp section of your tube amp. The last 25% of the volume range can completely destroy your amp in the best way possible, resulting in rich soaring sustain, breakup, and on some amps even a smooth warm fuzzy growl.
Locally made in Kansas City, this great JHS Prestige Booster is small pedal monumentally enhance your sound.
Designed to emulate the legendary sounds of the '60s-era Supro amps, this JHS Superbolt Pedal is super cool. A discreet circuit made to give you some of those vintage, Jimmy Page-esque tones, this effect is a versatile addition to any pedalboard that will undoubtedly give you a new palette of tones. It has three simple knob controls: Tone, Volume, and Drive. The more you crank the Drive control the dirtier it gets. It also has a Hi/Lo toggle to switch between high and low gain settings. Though it's powered by a 9V source, it internally converts it to 18V, lending more headroom, more punch, and character for days. This JHS Superbolt Pedal is extremely unique, and tons of fun to play.
This JHS 4 Wheeler Bass Fuzz Pedal is downright cool. From vintage jam band sounds to modern electric fuzz, the Wheeler's versatility will surprise you. It has Volume, Tone, and Fuzz controls, and the fourth knob is a specially tuned Gate control. It also has a Hi/Lo toggle that lets you further focus your tone towards the low-end if desired - tons of rich rumble. It has enough volume and push to drive your amp to the max, and flexible controls to back it off, and dial it up just how you like it. This JHS 4 Wheeler Bass Fuzz Pedal works great for guitar as well.
This JHS Morning Glory Overdrive is a sparkly, treble boost-y overdrive with a lot of versatility and tone that provokes classic Brit-era tones when played with sharply attacked, arpeggiated chordal riffs. Great for the overdrive connoisseur looking for something a little more on the bright side, but isn't interested in committing to a full-blown treble boost.
This is a very transparent tone-shaping tool that is the result of several years of building, gigging, tweaking and improving on the original Marshall Bluesbreaker design. JHS improved vastly on the BB while maintaining what made it a great pedal in the first place. It now has 5X more headroom! 2X the available gain and a more useful tone control. The new Bright Cut toggle allows the perfect level of EQ for your rig.
You'll notice immediately how touch sensitive and dynamic the feel of this pedal is. The frequencies are perfectly balanced and the tone knob reacts as a high frequency roll off. The drive allows you a huge range of tones from little wing-ish chime to classic rock era bite. If you're a Strat player, the JHS Morning Glory Overdrive pedal will bring you sounds that you may have thought impossible and if you like the Les Paul, get ready to discover a new pallet of sounds that you want be able to live without.
Kick on this JHS Mini Foot Fuzz pedal and you'll immediately notice what a HUGE sound comes from this little box! Its small and simple looks are a bit deceiving, because it produces an "in your face" tone, very rich in harmonics. It's dead silent too. In hum canceling mode, you wouldn't even know it's on - until, that is, you dig in! You can find everything from Hendrix to Queens of the Stone Age in this little guy. It's a trip, and at a very fair price and small package to fit on your board, you just can't deprive your arsenal of the Mini Foot!
Looking for the perfect single-note fuzz sound? Low on board real estate? This is the fuzz sound you have been looking for. Hear this Mini Foot Fuzz on youtube. Rich, full, uncompromising, this pedal doesn't mess around.
This JHS Mini Bomb Boost pedal is an excellent, no-frills little MOSFET clean boost. The three main things one should look for in a clean boost are all here in this pedal. Does it add extra noise/hiss? No. Is it true-bypass? Yes. Is it constructed of quality components so you don't have to worry about failure in a gig situation? Yes. That's all you need! When kicked on, it adds a bit of a 3D quality to your tone and just a hint of sparkle. Great for solos - a little pixie dust sprinkled on for extra definition.
This JHS Mini Bomb Boost pedal is great for lead passages and for causing your tube amp to naturally overdrive due to its huge amount of headroom. You will notice a slight touch of presence that lets your tone cut through the mix for those passages you want to stand out. Very cool!
Check it out this amazing JHS Sweet Tea Distortion/Overdrive pedal! In the world of pedalboards, some sort of Tubescreamer style pedal is pretty much a staple. That allows you to cover your "SRV" and roots rock bases. But, you also need something with higher gain to cover your "Eddie" and "Zakk" bases. Well, how about cover all of those bases with one unit? That's what JHS did with this pedal. Whether you run them independently or together, you'll more than likely find the type of dirt you're seeking. If you play in a rock cover band, this will become your best friend! If you play in an all-original band, you'll also love it because you essentially have three distinct overdrive/distortion combinations to experiment with to hone in on "your" signature sound. This JHS Sweet Tea Distortion/Overdrive delivers on every count.
Well rounded, versatile, and full of tone, the JHS Angry Charlie Channel Drive Pedal sets itself apart. A little more "angry" than its big brother the JHS Charlie Brown, this pedal can give you high gain Marshall tones reminiscent of a JCM-800. The range of sounds accessed by the gain and tone knobs is hard to believe, creating a straightforward, heavy grind when turned up. Add the presence knob to the mix, and your palette of possible sounds just gets bigger. Find your own unique channel-driven tone with the powerful JHS Angry Charlie Channel Drive Pedal.
We're really impressed with this new JHS Lime Aid Bass Compressor pedal - it gives you a super clean signal and the low end response is great. JHS continues to make pedals that become real essentials and this new Lime Aid Compressor, which some are referring to even more as an 'Enhancer', is one of their best new offerings.
I'm incredibly impressed with the tones I was able to pull out of this JHS Pollinator Fuzz pedal! The bias knob helps you dial in just the amount of darkness and spatter. Do you like the lead tone on the tune "Yellow Ledbetter"? It's in there. Do you like the sloppy sounds of The Black Keys? It's in there. Do you like the Clapton "woman" tone? It's in there. If you love fuzz, or just because, you should own this pedal...it's all the buzz!! - Mass Street Music Staff
Since the early days of Rock & Roll no other pedal has made its way onto more recordings, stages and rigs than the classic Fuzz Face. The Pollinator is JHS' take on a classic design but with some huge improvements. The original as well as most other companies designs have a very low output volume, so JHS tripled the available headroom! You can achieve a wider range of tones now because even at lower gain settings the volume you need is there. Another addition is the external bias knob. This allows you to fine-tune just the right amount of power to the perfectly matched germanium AC128 transistors inside. The bass is tight and focused but still classic and the highs in the JHS Pollinator Fuzz pedal are as crisp as anything we've ever heard in a vintage design.
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