JHS Pedals 3 Series Screamer - Overdrive


Effect Pedal for Electric Guitar

  • Overdrive
  • From the JHS Pedals 3 Series
  • Based on the modifications and work with the legendary TS circuitry
  • TS 'Strong Mod' in a stand-alone unit
  • More clean headroom
  • Better usability as boost
  • More versatile drive and tone controls and a more 'pleasing' frequency response than standard TS-style pedals
  • Two switchable clipping modes (Up (+) for asymmetrical clipping (JHS 'Strong Mod' clipping), Down (-) for symmetrical clipping (standard TS9 / TS808 style))
  • True Bypass
  • Volume, Tone, Drive controls
  • +/- Toggle switch
  • Bypass footswitch
  • Status LED
  • Metal housing
  • 6.3 mm mono jack input / output
  • Power supply via 9V DC mains adapter (2.1 mm x 5.5 mm hollow female plug, polarity (-) inside - not included)
  • Battery operation is not supported
  • Power consumption: 12 mA
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 112 x 60 x 31 mm
  • Weight: approx. 210 g

Note: Register your product at www.w-distribution.de/Warranty and extend the warranty to 4 years

Note Register your purchase at www.w-distribution.de/Warranty for an extended warranty of 4 years.
available since April 2022
Item number 542414
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Overdrive Yes
Distortion No
Fuzz No
Metal No
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Is it me or is it the JHS hype?
All you need is love 13.05.2022
As many of the contemporary pedal nerds, I've learnt a lot from Josh Scott and his team, but maybe their 3 series overdrives are not for me (and my low cost gear: simple Roland amp, clean channel, Squier Affinity Strat). I've tried the JHS 3 series Overdrive and now recently the JHS 3 series Screamer. In a nutshell: my Boss Blues Driver BD-2 is still my best choice, stacked or alone, single or double coil pickups.
I was excepting that Scott's TS-"strong mod" would be as awsome as the videos and demos showed it to be, but with my gear I just found it as good as any other overdrive (in that sense, the JHS 3 series overdrive was better, if you could accept the "Body" parameter"). But then agan, it might just be the case that I'd only need a true tube amp and a coil mod to really use this JHS Screamer. Still, as there are other pedals that sound just perfect wtih my gear, then it's just simply not for me, not this time. Maybe I'll try then Josh's take on the BB (i.e. MG) and see if the experience is as good as the hype.