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  • Marshall JH-1 The Jackhammer

    Marshall JH-1 The Jackhammer - "Well built with wonderfull distortion"


    I am using it to boost some distortion to my guitar on the Marshal Mustang II (v2) amplifier. It does it well! Strong and rich with many ways to shape it up to your taste. Limit the overdrive channel of your amp to a quarter and start cranking up the…

  • Marshall Shred Master

    Marshall Shred Master - "So glad I held onto this pedal!"


    I bought this from a friend along with a Roland JC 120 a long time ago now, it was my first "bigger" amp and with this pedal I was in heaven. Not too long after I started making payments on my first Marshall halfstack, a 1st gen 8100 with an 8412 cab…

  • Marshall GV-2 Guv'nor Plus

    Marshall GV-2 Guv'nor Plus - "It Has The Missing ingredient"


    I have tested the Marshall Guvnor 2 and it will soon be on my pedal board. My pedal board has 47 pedals on it and I use them all. I am in a 3 piece Indie alternative band. We do all our own tunes. I write with the bass player. I tend towards a disto…

  • Marshall Drive Master

    Marshall Drive Master - "Cool pedal"


    The Marshall Drive Master is a pedal that it's basically a JCM 800 in a box. Marshall is pretty well known for their high gain amplifiers and make 100 W total guitar amps. They aren't well-known for their distortion pedals or any type of pedal for …

  • Marshall The Guv'nor

    Marshall The Guv'nor - "original boss!!"


    Marshall is pretty well-known for their hard rock amplifiers but they're not as well-known for their pedals. They do make some decent sounding pedals to give you basically the sound of a Marshall amplifiers but not really the feel of a an all tube am…

  • Marshall JH-1 The Jackhammer

    Marshall JH-1 The Jackhammer - mooseherman's review


    This is a basic analog distortion pedal, with quarter-inch input and output jacks. This effect is not MIDI capable, and can't be edited with a Mac or PC. It's not rackable. It has a 9 volt power supply and also runs on 9V batteries. UTILIZATION Th…

  • Marshall Shred Master

    Marshall Shred Master - moosers's review


    The Marshall Shred Master is a distortion pedal that I have experience using with an electric guitar.  Of course like most pedals you can use this with any electronic instrument, but it is designed for guitar and that is the only instrument that I ha…

  • Marshall The Guv'nor

    Marshall The Guv'nor - mooseherman's review


    This is a distortion/overdrive pedal made by Marshall. It's not rackable, nor can it be edited through a computer program. It's pure analog distortion that connects via the 1/4' instrument cable. UTILIZATION The pedal, like most distortion pedals, …

  • Marshall The Guv'nor

    Marshall The Guv'nor - moosers's review


    The Marshall Guv’nor is a distortion/overdrive pedal brought to you by the makers of the classic amplifiers. This pedal is aimed to recreate the distortion sound found on Marshall amps and while it is pretty basic in make up, I think it does a prett…

  • Marshall JH-1 The Jackhammer

    Marshall JH-1 The Jackhammer - moosers's review


    The Marshall JH-1 JackHammer is an analog overdrive and distortion pedal. It has a 1/4 inch input and output and is powered by a nine volt power supply that comes with it. It is not a rackable unit - it is a guitar foot pedal. UTILIZATION The confi…