JHS Pedals Sweet Tea V2 Medium to High Gain Overdrive Guitar Pedal

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This is our "Everything Medium to High Gain 2 in 1" and it covers all the bases from clean boost, light breakup, blues, rock, heavy grind and more.

This is our "Everything Medium to High Gain 2 in 1" and it covers all the bases from clean boost, light breakup, blues, rock, heavy grind and more.

The right side is our JHS-808 circuit. It has a smoother, more usable tone control and all the character you would expect from this classic legendary design. High quality components yield excellent bass response and lower noise than any unit on the market. The V2 now has a 3 way gain switch for 3 different varieties of drive saturation and flavor. Even the current reissues can’t hang with this one!

On the left side is our very own "Angry Charlie. High gain JCM 800 type "Brown" sound tone that we believe is the most accurate Marshall tone ever put in a stomp box! It has volume, drive, tone and presence controls. The presence control allows this monster to bring any amp into submission and make tone that will have ears wanting more.

The V2 now has our famous order toggle so you can choose what circuit comes first in the chain. This is great for stacking in different ways and for getting a wide range of tones.

With these tones combined or used separately, the Sweet Tea is more tone than you can shake a stick at!

This pedal requires standard 9V DC Negative power and measures 4.7"x3.7"x1.2"

Additional Information

Condition New
SKU JHS-SWEET-TEA
UPC 724519470283

Customer Reviews

One is good, two is AWESOME! Review by Paulo
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I bought my JHS Sweet Tea after a long research. I'm really into TS-like drives (and I did have a TS9), but I was also looking for a high gain option. This pedal was the ultimate answer for both needs. The 808 circuit is great and has a 3-way switch that gives you more options than the regular Ibanez pedal does. But on the left side is the best Marshall JCM-in-a-box I've ever tried. It matches perfectly with my Les Paul! And thats how I'm using it: using mostly the Angry Charlie drive and turning on the 808 as a boost. Sweet! Now, think this in a perfectly-built pedal with no noises or pops. Wanna more? Ok, as a single pedal, it requires only one power source and its consumption is very low. And actually it is pretty small! I can't see any cons! (Posted on 6/14/2015)

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