Item #1561915 Model #MUFFULETTA-V2

JHS Pedals Muffuletta Distortion/Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal Army Green


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A tribute to Mike Matthews’ legendary Big Muff effects pedal.

The JHS Pedals Muffuletta Distortion/Fuzz effects pedal offers a host of Holy Grail fuzz tones in one pedal. In 1967, the legendary Mike Matthews started experimenting with circuits for the electric guitar, and by early 1969, he created a circuit that has become one of the most legendary, collected and mythical pedals in the history of guitar effects. With 30+ versions made throughout its almost-half a century lifetime, the Big Muff Distortion/Fuzz has pioneered the sounds of some of the biggest bands and musical movements in history. The Muffuletta is a tribute to the legend and story of one of the greatest pedals ever invented.

The heart of the Muffuletta is the fact that it replicates five classic Big Muff circuits from years gone by, as well as a new and original JHS version for a total of six Muff modes, all executed without any digital signal processing or digital emulation. When you choose a mode, you are achieving analog tone that uses real components and values found in the original units. JHS has selected their favorite classic versions from the pages of history and made them available in one small format pedal that is easy to understand, operate and do what it should do: replicate rare, expensive, mythical and sought-after versions of this circuit with ease.

The Muffuletta features four controls: Volume, Tone, Sustain and Mode. The Volume control works just like any other volume control; the Tone control lets you brighten or darken your overall tone; the Sustain control is best understood as a gain or distortion control as it gives more distortion to the circuit; and the Mode control lets you choose from the six different versions of the Big Muff on the fly.


  • Produces rare, sought-after versions of Big Muff circuits with ease
  • Replicates five classic Big Muff circuits plus an original JHS version for a total of six modes
  • Analog tone using real components and values found in the original units
  • Volume, Tone, Sustain and Mode controls