Enjoy classic Silvertone 1484 tones in an overdrive pedal.
The Twin Twelve V2 can be used as an "always-on" clean preamp, an enhancer for your current rig, or as a powerful solo booster.
The Twin Twelve excels at heavy amp-like overdrive tones, treble boosting, edge of fuzz overdrive, and more.
The JHS Pedals Twin Twelve V2 has five controls: Volume, Drive, Bass, Treble and Clean.
The heart of the JHS Pedals Twin Twelve is the discrete transistor stages that take the place of the original tubes found in the amplifier.
The heart of the JHS Pedals Twin Twelve is the discrete transistor stages that take the place of the original tubes found in the amplifier. Each transistor stage of each pedal is meticulously hand tuned and adjusted for the perfect voltage that achieves a striking similarity to the real valve sound of the original amplifier. To help achieve the weight and power of the original valve design the circuit is designed around a charge pump that internally converts your standard 9V DC Negative power up to a powerful 18 volts. This conversion gives you more punch, better dynamic range, and overall one of the best amp-like feels of any pedal we have ever offered. The JHS Pedals Twin Twelve V2 has five controls: Volume, Drive, Bass, Treble and Clean. The original amp only had Volume, Bass, and Treble. Let's start here and explain the additional Drive control that exists on our Twin Twelve pedal. The Volume control of the pedal acts as the master volume that the amplifier never had. By design, if the Volume control of the pedal is maxed out, the pedal is acting like a non-master-volume amplifier. The TT V2 has a more refined sweep and a better "sweet spot" than the V1 had when adjusting the Volume. The Drive knob of the pedal is essentially the Volume control of the amplifier. As you turn up the Drive knob of the pedal, you get more overdrive and tube-like saturation just like you would by cranking up the Volume knob on the amplifier. The biggest difference between the pedal and the original amplifier is that you can now crank the Drive knob of the pedal and turn the overall volume down with the pedal's Volume knob.