Video: The JHS Legends Series vs. Original Vintage Fuzzes

As one of today's leading pedal companies, JHS has often created its own takes on classic circuitry: like the Colour Box, which packs the direct-to-console tones of a Neve recording console into a pedal, or the Bonsai, which places nine Tube Screamer–style overdrives in one unit.

For JHS' brand-new Legends of Fuzz Series, the company is tackling four vintage fuzzes at once.

JHS Bender
JHS Crimson

The new lineup of old favorites is "is our tribute to the most important fuzz circuits ever made. It is our way of ensuring that the stories of these effects live on in the music that you are going to make," Josh Scott says.

They include:

JHS Smiley
JHS Supreme

Watch our video above to hear Andy Martin test JHS' new clones against the original inspirations.

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