Todd Gummerman of MUTEMATH takes some time on the 2012 Odd Soul tour to talk briefly about his JHS Pedals. Filmed at the Beaumont Club in Kansas City MO prior to the show.
Roy Mitchell of MUTEMATH takes some time on their 2012 Odd Soul tour to talk briefly about his JHS Pedals. Filmed at the Beaumont Club in Kansas City MO prior to the show.
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Mat Kearney takes some time on his current tour to talk briefly about his JHS Pedals. Filmed at the Beaumont Club in Kansas City MO prior to his show.
JHS Pedals is proud to announce the long awaited JHS Panther Analog Tap Tempo Delay. The Panther Delay utilizes a 100% analog signal path and 3205 bucket brigade chip sets and can be controlled by the internal tap-tempo or an external tap tempo pedal. We developed the Panther based based on the demand and uniqueness of true analog delay tones while incorporating a set of features and functions that sets this pedal above others in its category. Here is a brief synopsis of the Panther’s features and functions:
- 100% Analog delay signal path utilizing 3205 bucket brigade chip sets
- A full 1 second of delay time available
- Built in modulation – (Speed/Depth) that works with the tap tempo enabled
- Effects Loop – a traditional send/return that allows any effect or chain to be applied to the repeats only
- Tap Tempo Control – that is dead accurate and doesn’t fall off like other units
- Ratio Control – for choosing quater notes, dotted eighths, eighths, and triplet divisions
- Dry Out Jack – passes an un-affected signal allowing stereo fielding options
- Expression Control Jack – control the Ratio, Mod Depth, Mod Speed, or Delay Speed with any TRS expression pedal
- Chirp Toggle Switch – a 2-position toggle to choose between chirpy repeats or darker repeats
- Runs on standard 9V DC center negative Boss style pose, requires only 100mA
- Tap Tempo In/Out – allows Panther to be controlled by an external Tap OR slave another tap tempo drive delay to the Panther and control it by the Panther’s onboard Tap.