You guys gotta see this
That's why I have two J Rockett "Jeff" pedals on my board.I love this guy. I've watched several of his videos and he always cracks me right up. The only JHS pedal I have is the Paul Gilbert PG-14, which is one of the most versatile distortion pedals I've ever used. It's my weapon of choice when in "high gain mode" into my Supro Keeely 1x12.
I don't have any Klon experience, but I do have a J.Rockett Archer Clean which is an absolutely amazing boost pedal.
lol, I didn't hear any chugga chugga in the video. did we watch the same thing? j beck could make an Amazon basics pedal sound like a million bucks. are you only here to try to dunk on jhs?Why are the guys who demo Klons always such crappy players?
They never do a Klon justice with all that chugga chugga stuff.
again, did we watch the same video? The A/B part sounded close enough to identical for me. how much closer could you want for $99?Especially for a pedal he ripped off from another designer (Bill Finnigan) and which doesn't seem to really sound like a Klon.
Is it made in China?
As to being made in China, it's being made in your house. As to the components, probably overseas, we've
wellllll, the pcb looks to be mostly smd components pre populated. The Y part of this DIY kit is only the like last 2% of any build: putting it in a chassis. where the boards were populated is anyone guess unless js confirms it somewhere. i don't have a ton of love for the guy, I mean, he seems okay, but also like the kinda guy who thinks flour is too spicy, or thinks reading specs from mouser.com product pages counts as bedtime stories. its still a cool product but the DIY part of it is pretty minimal, tho the included goop gave me a legit big lol out loud. if i didn't already have a Aion electronics kit for a clon already made I may have tried to grt one of these. maybe he'll do another batchoutsourced this lowend tech, long ago.