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JOYO JF-16 British Sound Guitar Effect Pedal

JF-16 - JOYO JF-16 British Sound Guitar Effect Pedal - JOYO Guitar Effect Pedals by JOYO
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JOYO JF-16 British Sound Guitar Effect Pedal

The British Sound from JOYO gives you masses of versatility in one pedal. You can go from early 60's Marshall tone right up to the higher gain of the JCM800 & 900 series and everything in between.

 

With the gain knob and voice knob hovering around the 9 'o' clock point you can happily conjure Claptonesque tones from your guitar, winding them both up to about 12 'o' clock will get you a 'Woodstock' sound reminiscent of a certain Mr Hendrix. As you go on from there you'll get more and more drive as you turn up the gain knob and voice knob to taste. Led Zeppelin, Gary Moore, Slash, Pete Townshend, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen & many more artists chose to use Marshall and you can replicate their tones thanks to the British sound.

 

With it's full 3 band EQ and voice knob you can easily dial in any tone you can think of. If your amp is a bit dark sounding then use the British Sound to brighten it up using the treble and voice knobs. If your amp is a bit brighter sounding then you can roll the treble off and increase the mids and bass a little.

 

If you need that Marshall In A Box type sound then the British Sound is the one for you. With miles of tone and a tiny price tag this pedal punches way above it's weight. A full metal housing combined with True Bypass switching and rugged construction only go to make this even more of a favourite. One of Joyo's most popular pedals with good reason.

 

Perhaps the greatest feature of this pedal is the fact that it has inbuilt cabinet emulation meaning you can go from the pedal directly to a mixing desk, a DAW or directly to your computer/laptop with a jack to usb lead. So this pedal is essentially a DI. You can use it instead of an amp and it can save your gig if your amp fails, just put it at the end of all your other pedals and set it clean like your amp then just take the output from the American sound straight to the desk. Gig saved. Or by going direct into a DAW or even your laptop you can record direct from the pedal.

 

Input Impedance 500K

 Output Impedance:10k 

Running current: 3.8ma

Power 9v Battery or a 9V DC Adapter

Dimension 120(L) x 97(W)x55(H)mm

Weight:390g

Input Impedance 500K

 ΩOutput Impedance:10k

ΩRunning current: 3.8ma





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andy butler on 30/11/-0001
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The 'British' is an amp simulator, meant to enable you to produce the sound of a Marshall amp and speaker when DI'ing your guitar. It has buffered bypass (unlike most other Joyo pedals) which makes a lot of sense in when using as a DI, you can easily compare with the dry sound. The buffer is of good quality, I didn't get any 'tone suck'.It can of course be used in front of an amp as a distortion/boost.I wrote a long and complementary review...but the website here only accepts 100 characters max so you'll not see it.
Filip on 30/11/-0001
3 reviews
I bought this pedal for my father. I'm not using it that much as it's not my pedal, but whenever I have a chance, I'm playing around with it.As my father doesn't have a marshall amp, it gave him that Marshall tone and drive. We both love the sound!It's little warmer and there is less drive then AC tone, but still pretty good pedal!Recommended!
Adam on 30/11/-0001
3 reviews
Excellent pedal, built like a tank. Nice smooth sweep on the pots with a very useable range of tone. I use mine as a bass overdrive with a Boss LS2 to blend in the clean - if Joyo included a clean blend on this then it might be the best bass overdrive out there. Bravo Joyo.

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