Review: JAM Pedals
JAM Pedals’ products are all-analogue, built by hand from first-rate components. Some models even rely on hard to come by NOS chips and transistors for their sound.
Most JAM-models can also be ordered in point-to-point versions, or with customised specifications and/or artwork.
All JAM Pedals come in hand-painted, unique designs, and are delivered with a cloth sack for storage, as well as a JAM-logo’d plectrum.
All the effects tested in this review run on a nine volt battery or a (Boss-type) power supply (not included).
JAM Pedals offers four different versions of its Tube Dreamer overdrive pedal.
Their compact Tube Dreamer 58 is the company’s take on the ultimate Ibanez Tube Screamer 808 pedal. The circuit is built around an original JRC4558D-chip.
The JAM Tube Dreamer 58 (current…
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