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RichMcG on 30/11/-0001
Crikey! This is an awesome little pedal!I'm using mine straight into a pa system... Read More..
Stub Mandrel on 07/01/2020
Another stupidly cheap Joyo pedal.This really is a classic flanger. It does on... Read More..
Jack on 22/09/2019
This pedal is incredible for the price. As the description says, you can plug your guitar through this into a PA and it sounds pretty much like an amp. Used it for busking and recording and it works just fine. Read More..
Derek on 24/09/2020
Thank you so much everyone at Joyo for an amazing product for my pedal board. It sounds really great. My next purchase is going to be the Joyo cab box. Once again thank you everyone at Joyo for making my guitar sound good. Bless you all. Read More..
Frank Glover on 30/11/-0001
Great pedal it's a little different than just one overdrive pedal or even two di... Read More..
Noise Gates are a very simple but useful piece of kit if you like a guitar with single coil pick ups like a Strat or Tele.
As we know, lights and other stage equipment can leave you with an embarrassing hum or feedback between songs, especially from a high gain guitar amplifier. Put your noise gate in the effect loop, or after that noisy pedal and turn down the noise without it altering the tone. If you like High Gain, then you will have heard that hiss.. A noise gate will sort it.
A noise gate guitar pedal will cut that noise dead, literaly close a gate on it. Prevent trailing high gain feedback when pushed to the limits, small adjustments make a big difference
What order do I put my guitar effect pedals in? It’s a good question, the order you would put your pedals in for your guitar are traditionally grouped together and put into the following order :>> Dynamics – including Compressors, Volume, Wah & Pitch>> Drive – Including Overdrive, Distortion & Fuzz>> Modulation – includes Tremolo, chorus, flanger, phaser etc.>> Delay – Delay and reverb, the spatial effects. It’s important to remember pedals do not really go wrong, or will they stop working if you put them in th..
The JOYO Bantamp range use a single 12ax7 tube in the preamp, it is likely at some point you might need to change the tube in your amp.Unfortunately a tube is not covered in any guitar amp warranty, it is regarded as a consumable as they do not have a definite life span and can burn out, but generally preamp tubes or valves they will last a long time. Preamp tubes do not need to work as hard as a power amp tube, but they can fail at any time.So how do you know if you need to change your preamp tube your JOYO Bantamp ?Some of the most common signs that tubes need replacement are a c..
It’s been 2 years since JOYO launched the BanTamP series of guitar amplifiers and we always knew that these amps would be popular at home, in practice and even in performance. They might be small but they are extra mighty in sound. Many of our users have taken them along for performance, connected them up with 2 x 12 & 4 x 12 cabinets and have been praising them ever since. The demand for the little tube guitar head amplifiers from JOYO has often exceeded supply!. We listened to our users playing on the amps and also their feedback (no pun intended) and we are now..
Whilst in isolation Dave is having a conversation with himself about the use of XLR outputs on the newer JOYO Revolution series and for recording guitar in the home studio.
Hey Dave, I noticed on some of the latest JOYO gear like the Cab box, the DRj Sparrow bass DI and the new JOYO Preamp House that they all have XLR outputs, why is that? Its not a cable you usually see on a pedal board or associated with guitars is it?.no not historically, but JOYO are catering more and more for guitarists in the studio and for those who are recording at home, If you look at the succ..