JHS pays homage to 1966 with quartet of limited-edition pedals
JHS has released a quartet of limited-edition stompers inspired by classics from 1966. The range, which includes the Rangemaster Boost, Fuzz Face, Italy Tone Bender and Tone Bender 1.5, is available exclusively through Sweetwater.
In a video uploaded to JHS’ YouTube channel, founder Josh Scott explained how the 1966 collection came about and shared the inspirations behind each pedal:
Fuzz Face: Takes after its Arbiter namesake
Rangemaster Boost: Informed by the Dallas/Arbiter Rangemaster Treble Booster
Italy Tone Bender: Features a circuit inspired by Vox’s original Tonebender
Tone Bender 1.5: Based on the Sola Sound MK 1.5 ToneBender
JHS’ 1966 pedals are all hand-wired with NOS components, which include germanium transistors, high-grade carbon resistors and oversized capacitors.
The 1966 collection’s first run – which offered only 20 units of each pedal – has sold out. However, the pedals, each retailing at $399, should be back in stock in the next couple of months.
Watch Josh Scott introduce and demo JHS’ new limited-edition stompers above.
More info at sweetwater.com.
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