Featuring the same gain-laden circuitry and nuanced drive/volume controls as the original with the introduction for a three-band equalizer knob section for dialing in that perfect Marshall stack sound, the JHS Angry Charlie V3 continues to bring the noise with more sonic options than ever. The pedal's bass/mid/treble section allows for easy cuts and boosts to transfer from chunky rhythm riffing to fully-scooped metal solos, providing an effect that's definitely a lot more than "Peanuts."

Product Specs

  • Angry Charlie V3
  • Graphic
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States

From the Price Guide

Reviews for the JHS Angry Charlie V3 Overdrive Pedal
Help another musician by sharing your experience!
  • Verified Purchase

    the pedal is as advertised. great rock, country and i even use it for some tex-mex music... great tonal palette, 3 band eq has made a world of difference, especially when trying to cut through mix...

  • Fills a Void

    Verified Purchase

    This pedal fills a void that my TS-808 and OCD could not fill. I’m a Fender clean amp kind of guy but the JCM-800 sound that Charlie provides is killer. Buy it you’ll like it.

  • Incredible high gain pedal

    Verified Purchase

    I own and have searched through dozens of high gain pedals, pedals I’d use for sustaining liquid leads. I own the Winford Drive, the 1981, the Marvel Drive, have searched through so many others such as the SD1, Atomic Overdrive, the JHS @, and this pedal has what all of those others are missing. T…

  • JCM 800 in a box

    Verified Purchase

    Does this exact sound perfectly. It doesn't do much else. I am not pleased with the fact that when I turn the drive off the whole tones gets super muddy like I rolled off of the tone knob on my guitar. There's no way to use this other than as an all out distortion pedal.

  • Really Nails Higher Gain Tones

    Verified Purchase

    I really agonized over which distortion pedal wouldn't sound too pedal-y. I tried quite a few and though this one is very particular to the JCM800 sound, it nails it. I also really like the full tone stack, the ability to alter the mids gives a much broader range of tones.