Dunlop's JHMS4 Authentic Hendrix '68 Shrine Series Band of Gypsys Fuzz Pedal is a killer stompbox that delivers the same mean, snarling tones of the mysterious Fuzz Face Hendrix used at the legendary Band of Gypsys performance. If you're a Hendrix fan looking for a spot-on recreation of that gut-punching fuzz unit, you need to check out the JHMS4.
Though the original unit was lost to time, Dunlop wanted to nail the sound of the unspecified Fuzz Face unit Hendrix used from '69 to '70 during some of his most iconic performances. They narrowed its sound down to a version of the Octavio circuit without the octave-up effect, tweaked it a bit, and implemented it into the JHMS4. The result? A menacing fuzz pedal that sounds nearly identical to the original unit it was based on.
Complete with a heavy-duty enclosure that features a remixed version of John Van Hamersveld's famous 1968 Shrine Auditorium concert poster art, the Dunlop JHMS4 is perfect for players seeking a remarkable recreation of Jimi's own late '60s mystery Fuzz Face.
Analog or Digital: Analog
Inputs: 1 x 1/4"
Outputs: 1 x 1/4"
Controls: Output, Fuzz, Tone
Power Requirements: 9V DC Power Supply (not included)