Anyone using Jet City pedals???

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by johann, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. johann

    johann Member

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    How good are they??
     
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    I had the dual overdrive. It was pretty good, built well and all, but its range wasn't very versatile. Seems like it went from 0-60 (in terms of gain) in less than a second, haha.
     
  3. drbob1

    drbob1 Silver Supporting Member

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    I haven't seen any gut shots, but most of JHS pedals are reworkings of established devices. Build quality is OK and he has a great following amongst praise and worship players. You CAN get pedals cheaper (Musicians Friend is selling a deal with 2 Rogue pedals, pedalboard, power supply with daisy chain and jumper cable for $50 right now) but the prices on those are pretty good. I did put together a pedalboard to leave in my daughter's church, it's got 5 of the rogue pedals and a BBE AM64 (Marshall Guvnor based) which works out to a grand total of $130 for Trem/Chorus/Delay/DriveX2/Compressor and I'm thinking of adding a Seymour Duncan Dual delay ($79) for tap tempo and a total of $210.
     

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