[NAMM] JHS Pedals will unveil a new stompbox
JHS Pedals posted a video teaser on YouTube to announce a new effect pedal that will be introduced at Winter NAMM 2014.
Filmed in London, and particularly at the Abbey Road Studios, the teaser could announce a new pedal for fans of old analogue consoles, perhaps based on the iconic studio gear modeling, but we will still have to wait for a couple of weeks to know what it is all about.
The Colour Box, that is seen at the end of the teaser, features a 3-band EQ, a high-pass knob, as well as three Master, Pre-Volume and Step controls.
Here is the video:
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