A pair of modded classics combined into a single box.

Kansas City, MO (July 14, 2015) -- JHS Pedals & Keeley Electronics are proud to announce a new pedal available exclusively as a pre-release at Chicago Music Exchange and later this Fall at authorized Dealers worldwide. The Steak & Eggs is a pair of modified essentials by Josh Scott (JHS Pedals, Kansas City USA) and Robert Keeley (Keeley Electronics, Edmond OK). The right side is a modified classic Keeley compressor and the left side is a modified JHS Pedals Morning Glory overdrive. Each of these modded circuits can only be found in this package!

A few features and highlights of the Steak & Eggs pedal:

  • Modded Keeley Compressor now with a new Blend Knob
  • Bright Switch on the Comp adds in extra sparkle when desired
  • Internal "Pickup Selector" switch lets you choose single coil or humbucker setting, what ever is best of your guitar
  • Morning Glory now with high-gain toggle
  • Classic Morning Glory tones and dynamics but now with more gain available
  • Standard Morning Glory bright-cut toggle now via internal dip-switch
  • Order Toggle lets you choose which circuit comes first in your signal chain
  • True Bypass switching
  • Top mounted Input/Output Jacks
  • Standard DC Negative 9v power

$349 street

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