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GALLERY: NAMM 2016 Day 2

A few highlights from Day 2 of NAMM.


JHS Pedals came to ‎NAMM‬ with a bunch of upgrades to existing pedals, as well as a new volume pedal with built-in tuner and swappable modules that offer DI, stereo, or other connection options. They also announced the new 500 series, which consists of Eurorack-sized pro-studio versions of select JHS pedals, including the Colour Box, Kodiak trem, Emperor chorus, Panther Cub analog delay, Pulp 'n' Peel comp, and Superbly distortion. Street prices range from $399 to $899.