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Brand
JHS Pedals
Style
Supreme
Item Dimensions LxWxH
6 x 5 x 3 inches
Item Weight
2 Pounds


Historic - Rare - Legendary

At JHS Pedals, fuzz pedals have been in our lineup for over a decade. We have designed original circuits, replicated classics, and we have seen the trend of fuzz popularity come and go. The "Legends Of Fuzz'' series is our tribute to the most important fuzz circuits ever made. It is our way of ensuring that the stories of these effects live on in the music that you are going to make. From the earliest days of fuzz in the mid-60's London scene to the 1990's ex-Soviet military factories that brought the Big Muff back to life, fuzz tells a story, and that story includes guitarists just like you. There is nothing more primitive than plugging your guitar into a vintage fuzz circuit; it is raw, untamed, and so pure that it pushes the boundaries of what your instrument can accomplish. Plug into a fuzz and plug into sixty years of beautifully broken sound.

BENDER - 1973 MKIII Tonebender* Replica

The JHS Bender is our attempt to recreate our favorite Tonebender*: the 1973 MK3 Silver/Orange “Onomatopoeia” version. This version has three very special germanium transistors, tons of mojo, and fifty plus years of experience, but it is finicky and it doesn’t always do what you want it to do. We had to ask: could we replicate this pedal sonically? Could we capture what it's all about, but in a way that is more consistent, dependable, and easy to manufacture? Yes. The end result is a pedal that gives you the touch, feel, and response of the vintage germanium fuzz but with accuracy and consistency of carefully chosen modern silicon transistors. If you love the fuzz sounds of Led Zeppelin, Jeff Beck, The Beatles, Mick Ronson (David Bowie), and My Bloody Valentine, then the Bender is for you.

CRIMSON - 1992 Mike Matthews Red Army Overdrive Replica

In 1969, Electro Harmonix released the legendary Big Muff distortion fuzz. All throughout the 1970s we saw various new revisions of this circuit, but in 1984 everything stopped. Electro Harmonix closed its doors, and the mighty Big Muff disappeared for almost a decade. In the early 90’s Mike Matthews worked out a manufacturing agreement with an ex-soviet manufacturing company in St. Petersburg and brought the Big Muff back to life. Since Mike no longer owned the Big Muff trademarks, he labeled it the “Mike Matthews Red Army Overdrive” by Sovtek*.

This is the very first Russian-made Big Muff ever produced and possibly the rarest of all time. Warmer, clearer, and more defined than any version that followed, the Red Army offers a unique flavor of a very familiar effect. The Crimson is our exact replica, allowing you to own a unique part of fuzz history.

If you love the tones of the Smashing Pumpkins, Wilco, Sonic Youth, White Stripes and Dinosaur Jr, then this is the pedal for you.

SMILEY - Inspired by first-era silicon model Arbiter Fuzzes

In 1966, a salesman named Ivor Arbiter saw the rising British rock scene demanding the effect of fuzz. After seeing the circular base of a mic stand, he came up with the idea to put the effect in a similar round enclosure and give it a face. Thus, the Fuzz Face* was born. That same year an American guitarist named Jimi Hendrix arrived in London and adopted Ivor’s silicon version of the design as his weapon of choice because of its sound, aggressive bite, and stability, and the rest is history.

The JHS Smiley is a sonically faithful recreation of what makes these early silicon Fuzz Faces great. It is clear and defined, straddling the line between distortion pedal and a searing sustain, sustaining low end and crisp mid-range bite that you expect from a vintage Arbiter unit. One of the most revered characteristics of a good Fuzz Face* is its ability to clean up when the guitar's volume is rolled back, and the Smiley does this effortlessly.

SUPREME - 1972 Univox Super-Fuzz Replica

In the late 1960’s, Japan was bursting at the seams with amazing guitar pedal companies and innovations. One of the most sought after effects from this time and place is an octave fuzz that turns any note or chord into a thick and searing texture. Playing a high octave up alongside the distorted note, this is an effect that demands your attention. This circuit found its way into the lineup of brands all over the world. Thanks to Pete Townsend of The Who, the Univox Unicord Super-Fuzz version found fame above all the rest.

The Supreme is our exact replica of our favorite Super-Fuzz, the extremely rare black and grey model. This 1972 unit has a certain magic that makes it stand out above the others. Imagine an Octavia Fuzz that woke up on the wrong side of the bed: a loud, screaming, full and vibrant octave fuzz that is always at 11.

If you want to replicate the classic octave fuzz sounds of Pete Townsend, Black Keys, White Stripes, Beastie Boys, and Mudhoney, this is it.

Description

The "Legends Of Fuzz'''' series is a collection of the world''s most historic, rare, and sought after circuits. At JHS, fuzz pedals have been in our lineup for over a decade. We have designed original circuits, replicated classics, and we have seen the trend of fuzz popularity come and go. The "Legends Of Fuzz'''' series is our tribute to the most important fuzz circuits ever made. It is our way of ensuring that the stories of these effects live on in the music that you are going to make. From the earliest days of fuzz in the mid-60''s London scene to the 1990''s ex-Soviet military factories that brought the Big Muff back to life, fuzz tells a story, and that story includes guitarists just like you. There is nothing more primitive than plugging your guitar into a vintage fuzz circuit; it is raw, untamed, and so pure that it pushes the boundaries of what your instrument can accomplish. Plug into a fuzz and plug into sixty years of beautifully broken sound. In the late 1960’s, Japan was bursting at the seams with amazing guitar pedal companies and innovations. One of the most sought after effects from this time and place is the Univox Super-Fuzz. This effect is an octave fuzz that turns any note or chord into a thick and searing texture. Playing a high octave up alongside the distorted note, this is an effect that demands your attention. First produced inside of a large amp head sized multi-effect unit called the Honey Psychedelic Machine (1967) and then re-released a few months later as a standalone pedal called the Honey Baby Crying Effect. Honey soon became Shin-Ei and by 1968 Shin-Ei became the guitar pedal powerhouse of Japan, making Shin-Ei branded effects as well as producing those same circuits for dozens of brands like Shaftesbury, Kent, Crown, Jax, and America''s Univox. This circuit found its way into the lineup of brands all over the world. Thanks to product placement by Pete Townsend of The Who, the Univox Unicord Super-Fuzz version found fame above all the rest. First produced in a simple, unassuming grey metal enclosure (1968), it transitioned into a more eye catching form factor utilizing a large rectangle foot pad that said SUPER-FUZZ in large letters across the top (1970). Red and blue, black and grey, white and black, you could pick your color. The Supreme is an exact replica of my favorite Super-Fuzz in my collection, my extremely rare black and grey model. Although every early version of this pedal sounds strikingly similar, this 1972 unit has a certain magic that makes it stand out above the others. Imagine an Octavia Fuzz that woke up on the wrong side of the bed, and that’s what you''re plugging into here: a loud, screaming, full and vibrant octave fuzz that is always at 11. The controls are Volume and Expand. Volume makes the effect louder as you turn it and Expand increases the amount of fuzz. On the side you will see two buttons. 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 our very own “JHS Mode” setting. You will hear a much more pronounced octave up effect, thicker mid-range, and more available volume/boost. If you want to replicate the classic octave fuzz sounds of Pete Townsend, Black Keys, White Stripes, and Mudhoney, this is it.

Features & details

Features

  • Volume control makes the effect louder as you turn it
  • Expand control increases the amount of fuzz
  • The “Tone” button engages a mid cut that flattens out the Supreme’s attack and makes it more submissive
  • Push the “Mode” button for a more pronounced octave up effect, thicker mid-range, and more available volume/boost
  • If you want to replicate the classic octave fuzz sounds of Pete Townsend, Black Keys, White Stripes, and Mudhoney, this is it

Product information Supreme

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