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JHS Pedals

JHS Stands for the founders Initials, that being the charismatic Joshua Heath Scott. 
Josh makes no secret that his start in the field came from modding Boss pedals, in particular the Boss BD-2 (Blues Driver) and throughout their existence JHS have harked back to pedals which have been popular overtime for influence. 

Part of the appeal of the pedals is the lack of name written on the pedal, instead each pedal has its own specially designed decal.

There is no doubt that Josh truly loves FX pedals and has one of the best collections in the world and in 2017 things came full circle with the release of the Boss Angry Driver (JB-2). This pedal was a collaboration between JHS and Boss in a unique pedal utilising the JHS Angry Charlie circuit and the aforementioned Blues driver (BD-2).  

The seemingly unstoppable JHS power-train is still creating a mixture of brand new circuits and pedals based upon classics. 
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JHS Pedals Bender
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Bend It, Shape It, Anyway You Want It  The JHS legends of fuzz range was designed to bring the unobtainium of pedals to everyone, classic rare fuzz circuits. Most of us won't every have the chance to try the original pedals such as the supa fuzz's and tone benders of the world let alone own them. The JHS Bender is a recreation of Josh Scotts own 1973 MK3 Silver/Orange “Onomatopoeia” Tonebender.These often sell for in excess of $1000 so the JHS option is a great way of getting those tones without remortgaging.As with most JHS takes on others pedal this has some extra features, the mode switch pushes the mids which is great for lead tones and changes the picking dynamics so digging in gives a gated effect. The other advantage here of course is the build quality and overall reliability, lets face it the original is approaching 50 years old.The question you will have is how close is the Bender to the original ... Well you came to the right place!It's not for us to tell you, we have a 1974 sola sound tonebender on Tonepedia so A/B them here yourself and tell us what you think!

JHS Pedals Cheese Ball
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Is it a Fuzz? Is it a distortion? NO! It's ... cheese balls? Some of the most enjoyable things in life are only enjoyable when your in the right mood. This applies to pedals too, wah's and dotted 8th delays for instance! Not always a go to but when we do we tend to become Hendrix or The Edge for the rest of that playing session and maybe into the next. This pedal sits nicely in that camp and to keep a theme going, the original design (Lovetone's Big Cheese) can been heard on the opening track Discothèque of U2's 1997 album POP.Tonally this sits somewhere nicely between low tuned distortion and aggressive fuzz. The harmonically rich character gives life to an effect could otherwise be a mess but instead has inspired countless musicians through the 90's including the mighty Jimmy Page AND John Paul Jones.The controls are simple but give great variety, the volume and gain are as standard on most clipping circuits. The four way selector knob is where the fun is found, to start with in the OFF position the tone control is completely bypassed which results in more volume and seemingly even more harmonics. Position 1 scoops the mids for the 90's metal tone, that's right you too can be 14 again!Position 2 brings the mids back in with a bit of the hump allowing for the most "normal" tone the pedal offers.Position 3 isn't what you'd expect, the gain bumps up a fair sized notch and a gated effect pops into life giving more clarity and choppiness to both lead work and the obligatory power chords. All the positions available inspire creativity in very different ways and such is the beauty of the original which JHS has recreated in their own way with the Cheese Balls.   

JHS Pedals Supreme
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Is It A Delay, Is It An OD, No Its A SupaFuzz  The JHS legends of fuzz range was designed to bring the unobtainium of pedals to everyone, classic rare fuzz circuits. Most of us won't every have the chance to try the original pedals such as the supa fuzz's and tone benders of the world let alone own them. The JHS Supreme is a recreation of Josh Scotts own 1972 Univox Supa Fuzz (Black & Grey).These often sell for in excess of $1000 so the JHS option is a great way of getting those tones without remortgaging if you can even find one.As with most JHS takes on others pedal this has some extra features, the “Tone” button engages a mid cut that flattens out the Supreme’s attack and makes it more submissive. Think of this as a preset scooped mid EQ control. The “Mode” button activates a much more pronounced octave up effect, thicker mid-range, and more available volume/boost. The other advantage here of course is the build quality and overall reliability, lets face it the original is approaching 50 years old.The question you will have is how close is the Bender to the originals ... Well you came to the right place!It's not for us to tell you, we have multiple classic fuzzes on Tonepedia so A/B them here yourself and tell us what you think!

JHS Pedals Crimson
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A Classic Possibly Younger Than You  The JHS legends of fuzz range was designed to bring the unobtainium of pedals to everyone, classic rare fuzz circuits. Most of us won't every have the chance to try the original pedals such as the super fuzz's and tone benders of the world let alone own them. The JHS Crimson is a recreation of a pedal so rare even Tonepedia doesn't have one (Yet!!!!) These often sell for in excess of $500 so the JHS option is a great way of getting those tones without spending every waking moment online trying to find one.As with most JHS takes on others pedal this has some extra features, the mode switch pushes the mids which is great for lead tones. The other advantage here of course is the build quality and overall reliability, lets face it the original is approaching 30 years old.The question you will have is how close is the Crimson to the original ... Well you came to the right place!It's not for us to tell you, we have a newer EXH Russian Big Muff on Tonepedia along with a whole bunch of other replicas & vintage muffs so A/B them here yourself and tell us what you think!

JHS Pedals Smiley
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Smile You Might Just Enjoy It The JHS legends of fuzz range was designed to bring the unobtainium of pedals to everyone, classic rare fuzz circuits. Most of us won't every have the chance to try the original pedals such as the super fuzz's and tone benders of the world let alone own them. One such pedal is the Dallas Aribiter Fuzz Face which we have ready for you to try now on Tonepedia. These often sell for in excess of $3000 so the JHS option is a great way of getting those tones without remortgaging.As with most JHS takes on others pedal this has some extra features, the mode switch turns this fuzz into a higher gain gated beast which is masses of fun. The other advantage here of course is the build quality and overall reliability, lets face it the original is approaching 60 years old.The question you will have is how close is the Smiley to the original ... Well you came to the right place!It's not for us to tell you, A/B them here yourself and tell us what you think!