Alexander Pedals Jubilee

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The Jubilee Silver Overdrive from Alexander Pedals caters to those seeking a real British hard rock sound. Inspired by the classic Marshall Silver Jubilee amplifier, this bold, attention-grabbing analog overdrive is ready to melt faces. The Jubilee is a dream for blues and hard rock guitarists, providing analog fuzz and subtle compression while preserving clarity that rewards all picking styles. The DRIVE knob adjusts your pedal’s distortion and gain, while the LOUDNESS controls the output level. BASS/MID/TREBLE: passive 3-band tone stack voiced like a British amp.

Brand: Alexander Pedals

Features:

  • Roaring like a British Lion from Wembley to the Sunset Strip, the Jubilee is ready to melt faces. Sure, it can do subtle but that’s no fun. Crank it up and rock out.
  • The Jubilee requires a DC power supply with a 2.1mm pin, center negative. The Jubilee should work fine on a multi-pedal “daisy chain” connector, but if you encounter excessive noise or hum try a separate power supply.
  • Controls: Loudness: Controls the output level of the pedal. Drive: Adjusts the gain and distortion of the pedal. Treble / Middle / Bass: Passive three-band tone stack, voiced like a British amplifier.

Details: Roaring like a British Lion from Wembley to the Sunset Strip, the Jubilee is ready to melt faces. Sure, it can do subtle but that’s no fun. Crank it up and rock out. Controls: Loudness: Controls the output level of the pedal. Drive: Adjusts the gain and distortion of the pedal. Treble / Middle / Bass: Passive three-band tone stack, voiced like a British amplifier. Power Supply: The Jubilee requires a DC power supply with a 2.1mm pin, center negative. The Jubilee will operate on power supply voltages up to 18V and does not use a battery. The Jubilee should work fine on a multi-pedal “daisy chain” connector, but if you encounter excessive noise or hum try a separate power supply.

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  1. John

    Incredible late 80’s to early 90’s style rock tone. It’s a great option if you can’t own a real Marshall Silver Jubilee amp.

    John

  2. Migs

    I haven’t played through a Marshall Silver Jubilee, so I can’t comment on how genuine-sounding it is. Nevertheless, I really love the sound of this pedal. It’s a good touch-sensitive amp simulator. You need not worry about any unwanted distortion or buzzing.

    Migs