The JHS Pedals Muffuletta is a multi voiced fuzz, and arguably the final word in fuzz for the sheer range of tones that it can cover. With unparalleled versatility, the Muffuletta features six discreet circuits that all offer precise recreations of classic Big Muff fuzzes from throughout the years. The Electro Harmonix Big Muff is without a doubt one of the most important and most popular guitar pedals ever made, and the JHS Pedals Muffuletta gives you the opportunity to explore all the various flavours and idiosyncrasies of this circuit in one compact pedal. A great all purpose fuzz with six different voices and plenty of control over each, the JHS Pedals Muffuletta exists almost as a physical history of one of the most famed guitar pedals ever made.
Combining sleek designs with a great tones, JHS Pedals are regarded as some of the finest sounding hand made guitar effects pedals on the market.
- Civil War - '91-'93 V7 - Frequently used in the early 90's alt rock scene, these circuits have a brighter overall output with a more present midrange than the majority of Muffs.
- The Russian - 1999-2008 V8 - one of the Muff circuits surrounded with the most folklore and intrigue, it offers a less defined sound resulting in a more lofi tone.
- The Pi - 1977-1978 V3 - The Pi model is one of the most universally recognised Big Muff designs and went on to form the basis of the modern EHX versions that are currently manufactured.
- The Triangle - 1969-1970 V1 - The triangle Muff gained a lot of popularity among pro players in the 70's, offering a greater low end response without losing tonal clarity.
- '73 Rams Head - 1973-1977 V2 - With a more scooped midrange and overall darker output, the Rams Head circuit is extremely popular with J Mascis and other noise makers.
- JHS 2015 - JHS Pedals own original take on the classic Big Muff circuit, featuring a less compressed sound with more headroom.