The “Twin Twelve” channel drive is the first ever all-analog stompbox to replicate the classic tones of the Silvertone 1484 "Twin Twelve" amplifier. The pedal’s sound and response are meticulously hand-tuned to achieve a striking similarity to the tones made famous by players such as Jack White, Beck, Coldplay, and others. But that’s just the beginning. With its ability to go from a spanky, clean preamp boost to a classic growling medium/heavy overdrive, the “Twin Twelve” V2 is a great option for the do-it-all overdrive spot on your pedalboard.
Silvertone 1484 “Twin Twelve” in a box
In 1963, Silvertone* introduced the 60-watt Model 1484 guitar amplifier. Originally a student-model amplifier, the amp’s gritty and unpolished tone has since made it legendary, hard to find, and coveted by some of the biggest names in music. And now, you get to put those same tones right on your pedalboard.
- Effortlessly turn your amp into one of the most sought-after vintage amps out there - Discrete transistor stages, hand-tuned to replicate the exact feel and tone of the 1484’s tube sound - 2-band EQ that is almost an exact replication of the 1484's Baxandall tone circuit
From ultra-clean preamp to thick vintage crunch
If you love pedals that can perform two tonal jobs in one, you’re going to love the Dirt/Clean option we’ve added to the “Twin Twelve” V2. In the Dirt mode, you’ll enjoy the gritty amp-like tones of the cranked Silvertone. Flip the switch to Clean, and you’re instantly bathing in the sound of a clean preamp that works great as a boost or as an always-on tonal enhancement.
- Two very different, yet complementary tones in one pedal - Powerful boosting potential, thanks to the internal charge pump that converts 9V to 18V performance - Use the “Twin Twelve” as an amp-in-a-box, a gritty overdrive, a clean preamp, a potent boost, and much more
Red Remote compatible
You can access both the Clean and Dirt circuits right in the middle of the song by hooking up your “Twin Twelve” to a JHS Red Remote footswitch (sold separately). The Red Remote’s tiny footprint barely takes up any precious real estate on your pedalboard, while offering on-the-fly switching of the “Twin Twelve’s” two voices. Two great tones, very little pedal space. Gotta love it!
- Hands-free switching between the pedal’s Clean and Dirt circuits - Go from clean preamp to thick Silvertone-style grit with the stomp of a switch - Red Remote connects with a simple mono instrument patch cable
**The word/name Silvertone is a registered trademark. The JHS Pedals Twin Twelve pedal is in no way affiliated with Silvertone. JHS Pedals has applied and filed for the trademark of the word/name Twin Twelve and is awaiting official registration from the US Patent & Trademark Office.
This pedal requires standard 9V DC Negative power, consumes 34mA, and measures 2.2"x4.8"x1.6"
VERSION HISTORY: V1 = 4 Controls, white LED V2 = added Dirt/Clean toggle, added Red Remote system, bi-color LED
Pre-Owned JHS Morning Glory V4. Excellent condition, velcro on back, comes with box.
The Morning Glory is undoubtedly our most well-known overdrive pedal, winning more awards and receiving more accolades than any of our other designs. We worked hard to make it one of the most transparent overdrives out there. When you want to add some mid- to low-level grit to your crystal-clean tone, use your Morning Glory. When you want to boost a crunchy tone into thicker sustain, use your Morning Glory. When you need to add tube-like touch response to a less-than-ideal amp, use your Morning Glory. When you need to switch between two gain levels on the fly...you get the idea.
Truly Transparent Tone
The best way to explain the Morning Glory is that it delivers all the tonal and responsive nuance that your amp is missing, and nothing that your tone already has. It’s difficult describing a pedal that can be set to have little effect on your tone. So just plug into our Morning Glory overdrive for yourself. Then you’ll understand.
- Gain control sweeps from completely clean to rock ‘n’ roll - Tame high end on brighter rigs with the side-mounted bright-cut switch - Increased headroom and output for use as a full-frequency boost
An update for the Morning Glory V4 is moving the original's front-mounted bright-cut switch to the side of the pedal and replacing it with a powerful boost circuit. And by pairing your Morning Glory V4 with the JHS Red Remote (sold separately), you’re able to access the boost mid-song. It’s like having two Morning Glorys in one pedalboard-friendly package.
- Switch to a more powerful sound with enhanced low end and grit - Plug in your JHS Red Remote for switching between the two voices with the tap of your toe - Handy LED changes from blue to red, indicating the status of the boost circuit
This pedal requires standard 9V DC Negative power, consumes 43mA, and measures 2.2"x4.8"x1.6".
V1 = bigger white enclosure with black knobs; no bright-cut switch; no logo. V2 = changed to smaller current enclosure; gold powder coat color. V3 = bright-cut toggle added. V4 = 2x more headroom; Gain toggle added; Red Remote system added.
Long ago in a mysterious time that we call the 1990's, a new pedal company was created in England. Its ideas were off the beaten path, and its sounds were otherworldly. Despite existing only a few short years, these creations became the things of legend and one product in particular cast the biggest shadow. With such artists as The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page, Radiohead, Kevin Sheilds (My Bloody Valentine), Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Gary Moore, and many others using the out-of-production units, their Used market prices have begun to rise more and more, sometimes into the $800 range. The Cheese Ball is our faithful and extremely accurate recreation of the original circuit, it is a tribute to one of the most fascinating brands and circuits of all time!
The Cheese Ball has your standard Volume, Gain, and Tone knobs found on most distortion fuzz boxes, but comes with an extra mode selector knob that gives you four different overall tone and gain selections. In the “off” position, the Tone knob is disengaged, giving you a bright and trashy fuzz/distortion sound. In the “1” position you have a mid-scooped sound that will give you a Big Muff style buzz for a rounded sound reminiscent of fine mozzarella that sits just right on your pizza but doesn’t get in the way. The “2” position is a mid-boost sound that will cut through a mix like a hot knife through Velveeta. Finally, the “3” position gives you a biting, gated fuzz tone that, when cranked, spits, spats, and bites like gorgonzola naturale.
The Cheese Ball runs on 9V DC negative center power
The JHS Cheese Ball is our homage to one of the most excellent fuzz/distortion pedals ever created. Rediscover the finest aged cheese in the pedal world.
The Big Muff fuzz has been around so long, been on so many classic recordings, and been through so many variations that every guitarist out there has a favorite version of its iconic tone. JHS wanted to pay tribute to that undeniably classic fuzz pedal, but we couldn’t come to a consensus about which Muff was king. With the Muffuletta, our indecision is your gain. We crammed five all-analog re-creations of the pedal’s most beloved tones into this box. We even threw in a JHS-exclusive tone that is our take on the historic stomp. No matter what Big Muff era you prefer, you can get ‘em all in the JHS Muffuletta fuzz pedal.
Five tones inspired by these classic Big Muffs:
- JHS - "2015"
The JHS Muff is a JHS original take on the classic circuit. You will find this version more powerful and less compressed, with a more haunting midrange. It is also the best for bass guitar.
- ‘73 Rams Head - “1973-1977 V2”
The ‘73 Rams Head gets its name for the strange little face that appears on the lower right corner of the original pedal. It is best known for having a scooped midrange, less gain, and being darker.
Famous users: David Gilmour (main Pink Floyd recordings), Ernie Isley (Isley Brothers), and J. Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.)
- The Triangle - “1969-1970 V1”
The Triangle Muff is so named for the triangle arrangement of the knobs. It boasts more low-end response while being more articulate.
Famous users: Santana, David Gilmour's Pete Cornish-made pedalboards, John Lennon, Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine), and possibly Jimi Hendrix.
- The Pi - “1977-1978 V3” An instantly recognizable red Pi symbol gives this pedal its moniker. This is not to be confused with the later redesigned NYC version released in 2000. It features a more aggressive sound.
Famous users: Frank Zappa, Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins), Jack White, The Edge (U2), Beck, and Pete Townshend (The Who).
- The Russian - "1999-2009 V8”
The Russian Muff is named by the “Made in Russia” text found on the back of the pedals. It sports less clarity and less low end than other models. A great garage-type sound.
Famous users: Dan Auerbach (Black Keys), Chris Wolstenholme (Muse), and Robin Finck (Nine Inch Nails).
- The Civil War - “1991-1993 V7”
The old-style Civil War-era font and navy and gray colors found on these pedals’ enclosures dictate their name. They are best known for having more midrange and having a brighter overall tone with less gain.
Famous users: Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), John Fogerty, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Mike Mills, and Peter Buck (REM).
With a pedal so stuffed with tasty tones you will have a hard time needing anything else to curb your appetite.
This pedal requires standard 9V DC Negative power, consumes less than 100mA, and measures 2.2"x4.8"x1.6".