JHS Paul Gilbert PG-14 Distortion 2020

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JHS Pedals Paul Gilbert PG-14 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
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Power drills at the ready, Paul Gilbert has released a signature guitar pedal with JHS. Mr Gilbert has teamed up with the good folks over at JHS pedals to create the ultimate stadium-esque drive pedal to give you huge, realistic, pushed drive tones at any volume, even without the use of half a dozen Marshall stacks.

Finding The PerFET Fit
The JHS Pedals ‘PG-14!’ uses a FET based circuit to accurately emulate the touch, feel, and power of a pushed valve amplifier. FET’s are a type of transistor which is known for being very responsive to volume and current. This responsivity means that they are extremely dynamic which in turn makes them capable of producing powerful gain tones whilst still managing to clean up beautifully. Ultimately, the utilisation of a FET based circuit allows the JHS Pedals ‘PG-14!’ to behave much like a true valve amplifier.

The whole ethos of the pedal is to allow you to play with lively touch and feel even whilst immersed in the lofty heights of distortion Mr Gilbert has become synonymous with. The pedals aim is to avoid becoming muddied or one-dimensional at any point. The FET based circuitry, Mr Gilbert's specifications, and JHS’s wizardry allow the pedal to retain an unholy amount of articulation, control, and fidelity no matter where the gain level is set. Pull Gilberts other trick out the hat and partner it up with a mid pushing dirt pedal such as the JHS Bonsai or a Tubescreamer and unleash your lead tone into new territories of ear piercing pleasure.

The Secret Sauce of Flexibility

The JHS Pedals ‘PG-14!’ also utilises clever placement of the mid control circuitry to allow the tonal character of the pedal to be shaped very extensively. There is an active mid-frequency preamp located just before the FET distortion circuitry. This is the key secret feature which allows the pedal to accomodate any guitar or amplifier with ease. It’s a seriously clever and powerful move allowing the pedal to sit comfortably in whatever rig it may be confronted with.

The mid controls placement before the drive circuitry allows for a broader and more natural array of sweep. This is coupled with the mid frequency control which allows you to zero in on the exact part of the mid frequency range you which to be manipulating. It is the culmination of both of these features which affords the pedal is dizzying flexibility.

Your Very Own Portable Dirt Channel

The key draw with this pedal is its authentic, amp-like drive tone. It can deliver realistic, valve amp style drive tones with ease at any volume through any rig. The mixture of authenticity and flexibility make it a truly killer drive pedal for any application.

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