The pedal features TrueCoil technology, which uses a miniaturized output transformer and Class A driver.

Torino, Italy (January 5, 2018) -- The pedal was designed by Carlo Sorasio and the man himself, Phil X, over the course of three years.

The result offers plenty of gain to get a big crunch sound on any clean amp. It includes a custom two-EQ circuit to fine-tune the overall response and features a Shitty/Great Amps toggle.

The FJOD uses the LAA-Custom TrueCoil technology, a miniaturized output transformer and Class A driver to achieve the magical tone, feeling, and color of some of the best studios and iconic studio mic preamps.

First 100 FJOD units will be hand-signed by Phil and you have the chance to get a special number by request (very low serial numbers are gone).

We are building these pedals right now, ask for delivery time!


  • Input impedance: 2.4 MOhm
  • Output impedance: 10 kOhm max
  • Maximum gain: 10dB @ 1kHz
  • Maximum output: 28dB @ 9VDC; 37dB @ 12VDC
  • Drive, Bottom, Top, Volume controls easily accessible
  • Shitty/Great Amps selector
  • Class A buffered bypass
  • True Coil custom Output transformer
  • Power supply: 9-12V DC external AC-DC adaptor
  • Current Drain: 60mA Dimensions (mm): 105x93x55
  • Weight (gr): 150

Handcrafted in Europe by LAA Custom, the pedal is available for 239€ - $269 (RRP).

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