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JAM pedals

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Jannis Anastasakis Marinos founded JAM pedals in Athens, Greece in 2007.His first steps saw him combining his background as a musician and an electrical computer engineering student to reverse-engineer his favorite effects. During that process he found inspiration and room for improvement and innovation, which gradually led to the creation of his own designs.[1] [2]

Guitar Pedals[edit]

  • Eureka![3]
  • Red Muck mk.2[4]
  • Ripply Fall[5]
  • RetroVibe mk.2
  • Wahcko+
  • Fuzz Phrase
  • Delay Llama[6]
  • Delay Llama +
  • Delay Llama Supreme
  • LucyDreamer Supreme
  • TubeDreamer 72 mk.2
  • TubeDreamer 58 mk.2
  • TubeDreamer 88
  • Rattler
  • Rattler +
  • Red Muck mk.1
  • CHiLL
  • BiG CHiLL
  • WaterFall
  • Ripple
  • Dyna-ssoR
  • Rooster
  • Mini Boomster
  • Black Muck (ltd. line out of stock)
  • Expression pedals (EXP 1, 2, 3, 4)
  • RetroVibe mk.1 (Discontinued)
  • Wahcko mk.1 (Discontinued)
  • DanComp (Discontinued)
  • TubeDreamer 72 mk.1 (Discontinued)
  • TubeDreamer 58 mk.1 (Discontinued)
  • TubeDreamer + (Discontinued)
  • True Bypass Looper (Discontinued)

Bass Pedals[edit]

  • LucyDreamer Bass
  • Rattler Bass
  • Red Muck Bass
  • WaterFall Bass
  • Ripple Bass
  • Ripply Fall Bass
  • Wahcko Bass
  • Dyna-ssoR Bass


  • Pink Flow
  • Custom
  • Massimo Varini (Discontinued)

Custom Shop[edit]

  • Custom artwork offered per client’s specifications in addition to JAM pedals’ own offerings
  • Point-to-Point wiring offered on many of the pedals


John Scofield, Bill Frisell, David Hidalgo, Marc Ribot, Julian Lage, Steve Lukather, Nels Cline, Andy Latimer (CAMEL), Jim Campilongo, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr.), Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Jonny Lang, Dweezil Zappa, Andy Timmons, Daniel Lanois, John Medeski, Kirk Flether, Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth), Kurt Rosenwinkel, Alex Skolnick, Lage Lund, Adam Levy, Julien Kasper, Greg Koch, Robert Randolph, Anthony Jackson, John Davis (Nerve), Stu Hamm, Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd), Mike Miller, Fred Frith, Uli Jon Roth (Scorpions), Christian Fennesz, Ruban Nielson (Unknown Mortal Orchestra), Jeff Berlin, Don Airey, Josh Smith, Ler Lalonde (Primus), Joe Gore, John Abercrombie, Adrian Legg, Nir Felder, Jimmy Mahlis, Leslie West (Mountain), Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake), Joe Robinson, Leni Stern, Cesar Rosas (Los Lobos), Al di Meola, Alessandro “Asso” Stefana (PJ Harvey), Rich Hinman, Simon McBride, Will Bernard, Paul Reed Smith, Brad Whitford (Aerosmith), Tim Miller, Joe Grass, Andrew Whiteman (Broken Social Scene), Andy Andersson (FUEL), Bruce Arnold, Massimo Varini, Gwyn Ashton, Noël Akchoté, Bennett Lewis (of Montreal), James Sedwards (Thurston Moore band)


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  2. "Summary of Reviews at".
  3. "Review at". Retrieved 9 July 2018.
  4. "Review at Gilmourish".
  5. Charles, Saufley. "Review at". Premierguitar. Premierguitar. Retrieved 9 August 2018.
  6. "Review at".

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