About This Listing

Building on the Multi-Mode pedal series that includes the Muffuletta and Bonsai, the PackRat uses the same unique digital runway system to direct the paths of 261 components through 40 individual switches. This means that when you choose one of the nine legendary or rare modes, you are playing fully analog circuits that perfectly replicate that mode, even down to the aging components (also known as component drift). If you purchased these nine hard-to-find pedals on the used market right now, you would pay around $4,000. When you put it that way, $249 sounds pretty reasonable.

  • PackRat Distortion
Pedal Format
  • Standard

About the Seller

RiverCity Music Store

Salem, OR, United States
Joined Reverb:2019
Items Sold:178
Product Overview
Inspired by the long history of the ProCo Rat, the JHS PackRat Distortion promises to deliver a whopping nine different variations of Rat in one pedal. JHS's Josh Scott worked on this pedal for an apt nine years, collecting tons of iterations of the ProCo Rat, photographing components, and getting to work on nearly 1:1 recreations. If you love the ProCo Rat in all of its forms iterations, the JHS PackRat is the one-size-fits-all solution for your pedalboard.
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