JAM Pedals Rattler LTD Custom Shop Distortion Effects Pedal
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Jam Pedals Rattler LTD Custom Shop Distortion Effects Pedal: Rattle your Audience off their Feet!
From Jam Pedals: The JAM pedals unabashed distortion monster.
As our stock of the extremely rare NOS LM308AH can- version chips is gradually depleting, we are proud to re-introduce it, celebrating its uniqueness and scarcity with point-to-point wiring, housed in a luxurious leather enclosure.
Made with carbon-comp resistors and tropical fish capacitors for those who seek that original vintage distortion sound, but with modern clarity and response, the Rattler ltd. is equally incredible with single coils as it is with humbuckers, yielding great, full-range sounds, from sweet overdrive to massive, singing distortion!
Owing its core sound to the NOS LM308AH can-version chip, the Rattler ltd. features a symmetrical clipping circuit. Its tone is smoother and a touch less hairy than the standard Rattler with the toggle-switch alternating to a lower gain-stage, giving the pedal a more open overdrive-like character, allowing you to explore less compressed and more harmonically rich textures.
*ALL LIMITED EDITION RATTLER PEDALS COME WITH AN EXTRA ALUMINIUM BOTTOM PLATE TO MOUNT ON BOARDS*
ARTISTS USING THE RATTLER ltd.: Adrian Legg, Julien Kasper, Rich Hinman, Tim Miller, Sean Ono Lennon
“The Rattler ltd. works for me as a simple transparent preamp with a tone control, and a huskier voice if I dig my nails in.” Adrian Legg
“It’s a great, really well-made pedal which sounds great on the pedal-steel and can yield low-gain overdrive textures to full-blown distortion!” Rich Hinman
"Thanks to that LM308 chip it’s the Rattiest tone that we all know and love. A solid workhorse, from vintage grit to fuzz. Don’t leave home without it!!" Sean Ono Lennon
“The Rattler ltd. is an exceptional distortion/overdrive pedal. It has a wide range of distortion tones and responds very well to my playing dynamics.” Tim Miller