Built with the same vintage crunch-laden drive, volume and tone knobs and discrete overdrive circuit with the addition of a two-way gain setting toggle and tap switch input jack for fast switching between modes, the JHS SuperBolt V2 shocks any rig into believing it's a vintage Supro amplifier. Capable of taking your tone from a jazzy warm boost all the way to Jack White or Jimmy Page-esque vintage tube breakup, the new SuperBolt captures decades of legendary rock and blues tones in a single compact box.

Product Specs

  • SuperBolt V2
  • Blue
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States

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Reviews for the JHS SuperBolt V2 Overdrive Pedal
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  • WHAT THE. . .!!!

    Verified Purchase

    My quest for a Mid<>High Gain, for amazing tone, has taken me on a long (expensive) journey. I started my gain stages first with clean boosts to transparent to low OD <> Medium OD and yet there was an empty space in my heart and thus longed for more. I wasn't just looking for an effect I…

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  • What's there to say...

    Verified Purchase

    Wow, this pedals continues to be a jaw dropper for me. It has what sounds like a natural breakup but can clean up nicely with touch sensitivity. Just a very raw chunky sound with plenty of bottom end. The tone knob helps the dynamics a lot and and the gain switch almost brings it into fuzz territory…

  • Its got a bite

    Verified Purchase

    Love it.

  • A secret weapon of overdrives

    Verified Purchase

    This is not what you think. Or maybe it is. Either way, whatever your expectations for this pedal are, or whatever expectations you hold for any drive pedal, be assured that not only will they be met, but exceeded. This thing goes from light overdrive all the way to bursting-at-the-seems distortion…

  • Great alternative tone OD

    I really wanted a OD that didnt have that Marshall in the box tone. This thing is its own animal. The Tone knob is great bc you can really use the thing to cut through the mix.