Noel Gallagher shows his pedalboard (new as of Oct 2016) on his Instagram. In the top row, fifth from the left, is his JHS Muffuletta 6-way Fuzz pedal. The signal coming out of the pedalboard looks to be going into the first Vintage channel of his [Fender '68 Custom Twin Reverb Amp](http://equipboard.com/pros/noel-gallagher/fender-68-custom-twin-reverb).more
butchwalkerEverybody always wants me to post pics of my pedalboard. I don't. Because it isn't beautiful. It isn't organized. It isn't in order. It isn't much. It's actually very much just like me. But it is functional, easy, and awesome shit. L-R top: Keeley super modulation something something, TC electronics David Hasselhoff signature series reverb pedal, JHS superbolt (backup), JHS RubyRed ?R prototype (backup) Bottom row: Caroline kilobyte delay, JHS ?R signature pedal (soon to be released!), JHS Muffaletta sandwich fuzz, JHS colorbox, TC tuner. I don't play with a lot of gain. The amp is overdriving slightly. I play kinda hard. My fingers are caveman carrots. I can honestly say tho, if you like what to hear on the new record and live, 90% of that is my signature ?R pedal (coming out in the next week or so).more
“That Iron Horse is really cool, and that’s my main bigger rock tone, and it can handle getting a bit jumpy without sounding like a Metal Zone or something – it still sounds really musical and full. And then I’ve got the JHS Muffuletta, where they basically put all of the Muff circuits in one pedal, and I’m using their own custom one – it’s really cool. The reason I end up [stacking drives] is because I was really trying to keep a consistent tonal palette as it built “That stacks on top of the other ones, so it’s a lot of stacking. The reason I end up doing it is because I was really trying to keep a consistent tonal palette as it built, and I wasn’t liking it going to something completely different.”more
The Muffuletta is great because it combines 5 different Big Muff models with an added tone knob, along with a JHS take on the classic big muff sound. It is tasty and smooth, can be dark and tasty, or just plain loud. The range and quality of fuzz is definitely worth the $230, as you're getting 5 different fuzz types without buying 5 separate, cumbersome, uncomfortably large pedals. If you're looking for good bang for your buck with an all analog circuit, I'd recommend this fuzz.