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This is a 100% easy chromatic gadget to tune up your guitarr, Bass, Ukulele or ...
Pappa Guitar from Sweden on 30/11/-0001
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Had a JF-10 Dyna Compressor first, not bad but when I read about this pedal and ...
David Hunter on 30/11/-0001
5
This pedal will give you all the classic fender tones from silver face thru blac...
Fat Freddy on 30/11/-0001
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My first day pedal still one of my favourites! It is a great pedal with heaps of...
Lincoln on 30/11/-0001
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This Space Verb is a beauty!The tiny size of it leaves great for room on my boar...
Justin Bradford on 30/11/-0001
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Wireless Audio Transmitter

Wireless Audio Transmitter

Wireless Transmitter and Receiver for Musical Instruments  High-quality tone, all digital signal, 2.4GHz, UHF frequency Transmission distance of 20-30 meters indoor; 80-100 meters outdoor. Unlike analog transmitters, our digital system is not affected by outside signals or phones.

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JOYO JW-01 Digital Wireless Guitar Transmitter and Receiver, 2.4 GHz Sold Out - Back in Soon
Product InformationJOYO digital wireless transmitter and receiver. High-quality voice, all digital..
£84.95 Exc VAT: £70.79
JOYO JW-02 5.8Ghz Wireless Guitar Transmitter and Receiver Sold Out - Back in Soon
Available May 2018 The new JW-02 Wireless Transmitter and receiver from JOYO, features 4 wireless c..
£89.95 Exc VAT: £74.96
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Guide - How to power your guitar effects and pedal board
There are a number of ways to power your guitar effects and choosing which method you use can make a difference to your board. Making sure you have the right supply will ensure if they come on, prevent them from getting damaged, or become noisy.  BatteriesPedals are made of electronics, so the power you use ensures that they stay on when you need them. Whilst the 1st series, 2nd series of JOYO pedals and DrJ pedals all can be powered with a 9v battery, this is not the best option to power a board, it is primarily convenient. Your pedal board will only sound as good as your cheape..
What Guitar Effects should you use for David Gilmour - Pink Floyd tone
We are often asked what pedals you should use to create some of the tones of David Gilmour/Pink Floyd. As with any tone chasing request, I always try and break down the elements of the sound that you hear. Each track is different, different pedals are used in different parts and of course having Davids fingers and guitar skills certainly helped him achieve his own sound. I do not think any one pedal could achieve it, to create the tones of David Gilmour unless you go for a multieffects unit and spend some time dialling it in and experimenting. There are c..
Join / Enter Friends of the JOYO - Be featured and Win £50 quid of JOYO Vouchers
Calling all Friends Of JOYO !We have started a brand new artist page on the JOYO audio UK website featuring Friends of the JOYO Guitar gear. That's you !This is us giving a little bit of a showcase to you, a shout out, we wanted to give our loyal JOYO friends a bit of a mention! We want to know who you are, where you are from, where you are at and what you do with your JOYO. We thought this would be a great way for you to share your music and enter the Friends of JOYO directory. We want you to sit alongside our endorsers, our supporters, our customers and friends..At the same t..
What Battery should I use in my guitar effect pedal.
Many guitar effect pedals can be powered by a battery which can reduce the number of wires in your pedalboard and make it more convenient to travel around with. The JOYO guitar effect pedals in Series 1, series 2 and Dr.J pedals can all be powered by a battery for convenience and often cited as a reason for buying. There are downsides to using batteries over a steady decent power supply, you have no idea what power you have left, if you use the wrong type of battery you do not get a satisfactory performance, finally we have an environmental impact to consider.   ..
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