Jam Pedals

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About Jam Pedals

Handmade and even handpainted in Athens, Greece, Jam Pedals have a growing reputation in the guitar pedals industry for being effects pedals of the highest quality. Jam Pedals populate the pedalboards of both jazz guitarists - like Bill Frisell, Julian Lage and John Scofield - and indie guitarists like Nels Cline (Wilco), Marc Ribot (Tom Waits) and Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth). The fact that their pedals are played by such a wide variety of top artists is testament to the standard of Jam Pedals.

The most popular Jam Pedals are the Ripply Fall, Wahcko Wah Pedal and the Delay Llama. The Ripply Fall is a twofer, incorporating both the Ripple 2-stage phaser and Waterfall analog chorus/vibrato in one enclosure. Lush wobbles abound with this inspiring modulation pedal.

The Jam Pedals Wahcko has established itself as one of the most sweet sounding and expressive wah pedals on the market and has received plaudits from Nile Rodgers and Steve Lukather to name a few.

Why Should I Choose a Jam Pedal?

  • Boutique pedals handcrafted in Athens, Greece
  • Wide variety of effects
  • Used by top artists

Frequently Asked Questions about Jam Pedals

Question: What is the most popular Jam pedal?
The most popular effect in the Jam Pedals range is their Ripply Fall Chorus, Vibrato and Phaser pedal. Having one analog pedal that can do three classic modulation sounds is fantastic for most guitarists, especially when pedalboard retail space is at a premium.
Question: Which artists play with Jam pedals?
A truly stunning range of artists endorse Jam Pedals. Richie Sambora, Graham Coxon and Dweezil Zappa all use them - even notorious tone merchant Paul Reed Smith of PRS Guitars uses a Ripple and a Waterfall!