JHS Pedals Bonsai

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JHS Pedals

Created as a homage to the legendary Tube Screamer, the Bonsai by JHS Pedals loads nine classic overdrives into one enclosure—OD1, TS808, TS9, MSL, TS10, XR, TS7, Keeley, and JHS. This nine-way screamer overdrive replicates four decades worth of pedals leveraging analog circuitry. An intuitive rotary knob lets you switch through nine vintage, classic, hard to find, or rare variations of the Screamer. Picking a mode from the Bonsai rotary activates the components explicit to each unit.

Brand: JHS Pedals

Color: Green


  • The Bonsai is our tribute to one of the greatest pedals ever created, the Tube Screamer
  • A simple rotary knob switches through nine classic, vintage, rare, or hard to find variations of the Screamer
  • The Bonsai does not emulate these pedals, it is exact replications of these nine units all housed in one box
  • Choosing a mode on the Bonsai rotary actually activates components specific to each unit

Publisher: JHS

Details: In the late 1970’s the overdrive pedal was arguably perfected when Japanese engineers designed the sound that we now know as the heart and soul of so many of our favorite artists, recordings and sounds. Players ranging from The Edge, Trey Anastasia, Buddy Guy, Kirk Hammett, John Mayer, SRV, Carlos Santana and thousands more from every possible genre have utilized and depended on this classic iconic green box. If a single effect pedal was chosen to board a Voyager 3 mission and be solely responsible for showing the universe the sound of overdrive, it would undoubtable be Tube Screamer. It is probably the most produced and sold pedal in the history of guitar pedals! The Bonsai is our tribute to one of the greatest pedals ever created.

UPC: 650415211890

EAN: 650415211890

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  1. Tony

    This is a fantastic pedal, and given the multiple channels, it’s a bargain! That’s 9 Tube Screamers in a single enclosure! I’m a fan of all the different tones this drive box has to offer. The amount of choices on tap is just exhausting (of course, in a good way). With the ability to essentially have 9 pedals-in-one, I don’t see any reason why anyone would look elsewhere for an overdrive.