It’s an odd collaboration and one which might speculatively be the beginning of more to come. We check over 130 million products every day for the best prices. I’d also add to your observations relevant to BB-2 vs. JB-2 comparison that the JB-2 is wonderfully reactive with the guitar’s volume knob. Angry charlie v3 Overdrive $199. Boss JB-2 JHS Angry Driver Overdrive / Distortion Blues Driver and Angry Charlie. Housed in the classic BOSS compact design, the JB-2 Angry Driver pairs the tones of the iconic BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver with JHS Pedals’ popular Angry Charlie. Its ability to convincingly and accurately breathe JCM800 tones into any rig has made it a popular choice for guitarists of all genres. When Boss/JHS announced the Angry Driver I did something I have never done before and that was pay for a pedal not yet being sold. I believe I've read the angry charlie doesn't do the best at low gain. H. hsemog Member. The Angry Charlie makes conjuring British high-gain tones a breeze, delivering the rich bass response, thick mids, and balanced high end you'd expect from a hot-rodded Marshall. BOSS An overdrive with a design based on the BOSS “BD-2” Blues Driver. Boss is the, well, king of effects pedals and for that company to develop something in conjunction with JHS is a pretty big deal. It’s a classic sound with a distinctively rich low-frequency range and thick mids. Thread starter Bentayuk; Start date Sep 29, 2020; Bentayuk. Why you should put the Boss JB-2 on your board. Meet the road rager that is the Boss/JHS Angry Driver. I had the Boss Angry Driver in parallel mode powered by a Friedman power supply, and it was quiet as mouse when no notes were played, and roared like, well, an angry lion, when rocking! In their forty years of compact pedals, Boss truly broke new ground this year in the form of a collaboration. For the first thirty or so years I played nothing but my 78 Boss super overdrive and a 86 Ratt. I set my amp gain around 12:00-1:00, then set the Angry Charlie around 10:00 or 11:00 and get enough saturation for Metallica and soloing stuff. Go. "I thought a combination allowing each pedal to complement the other would be interesting to try. Boss Angry Driver vs JHS Angry Charlie & Boss BD-2. Sep 27, 2017 #484 SixStringAxis said: I have a daddo-o and bd-2 at home and might have to try stacking them. The BD-2 is one of the more famous Boss pedals, debuting in 1995 and still remaining in production to this day. The LED is a three color one, blue for blues driver, red for angry charlie and white for both. The Angry Charlie has become a staple of the JHS line over the years, and it’s a force to be reckoned with in the high-gain pedal territory. 4.5 . Sale Price: $199.99; List Price: $299.99 + Free Shipping + Free Tech Support + Free 2-year Warranty; Learn More . Show More Deals. Messages 11,362. You can have each separately or set so you switch between the two or have the BOSS in front of the JHS or vice versa or both in parallel. Working closely together, the two pedal innovators have developed an all-new combined circuit with refined sound and performance perfectly tuned for dual-mode drive operation. I know that the Blues Driver gets used as a booster in front of gainy stuff a fair amount, but that's not even really how this works. Yet, the pedal is still a BOSS, the format is great but a bit dated. I tried a lot of overdrive/distortion pedals. Boss said they chose JHS because the Angry Charlie is unlike anything they currently offer which is true, its based off a Marshall Guvnor. This effect pedal collaboration is a combination of the Boss BD-2 Blues Driver and the JHS Angry Charlie. Boss JB-2 JHS Angry Driver. Angry Driver JB-2. I also love the Boss BD-2, it's a great pedal that deserves all the praise it gets. Boss JB-2 Angry Driver Overdrive Pedal Overdrive/Distortion Pedal for Electric Guitar with BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver and JHS Angry Charlie Voices More Info... 4.5 . Encouraging! $199.99. https://www.boss.info/au/products/jb-2/?lang=en-AU Following my first demo, several viewers asked about a further low-gain demo, so here it is. Sep 8, 2017 #1 So far didn't see a demo I liked.... Price: 200$ Reactions: Mike Duncan, teodozjan and yellowbaloon. BOSS celebrates 40 years of tone-shaping by teaming up with JHS to create the JB-2 Angry Driver. I have had both the angry charlie,Keeley modded blues driver and blues driver. So it boils down to which amp you prefer: a Marshall JCM800 or a Peavey 5150. Thread starter hsemog; Start date Sep 8, 2017; 1; 2; 3 … Go to page. The impressive new Boss/JHS JB-2 Angry Driver overdrive and distortion pedal is a celebration of several things simultaneously: It heralds Boss’ 40-year anniversary in the compact pedal business, the friendship between Boss president Yoshi Ikegami and JHS founder Josh Scott, and the success of the Boss Blues Driver and JHS Angry Charlie in their respective niches. JHS does copy many other builders designs and sells them as his own. This wasn’t true of the BB-2 and it was something I disliked about it. The partnership with JHS was also a way of coming full circle for that company, as Josh Scott’s first foray into pedal tinkering was a tune-up for a dilapidated Blues Driver. "When this plan came up, we used the ES-8 switching system to try numerous combinations of our pedals with the JHS Angry Charlie," Yoshi relates. Very good overdrive, great sound of both the blues driver and the angry charlie. The BOSS blues driver is awesome and the JHS Angry Charlie is great thick but clear distortion and with both in the same pedal, it’s amazing. I run three overdrives on my board and I am now using the Charlie Brown as my drive #2, between a Fulltone OCD and a JHS Angry Charlie. Sat, Nov 05, 2016 1:57pm. Messages 4,511. SavageRiffer wrote:I have version 2 and it's one of my favorite pedals, but version 3 is even better! I handed my BB-2 over in trade without hesitation or the slightest twinge of regret. It's more flexible, the distortion sounds better, the feel is even … After discussing a number of ideas, BOSS and JHS Pedals ultimately felt that combining the Blues Driver and Angry Charlie would be the ideal match. “Angry Charlie” made by JHS PEDALS. A choice of overdrives is always handy to have at your feet, especially when one is the creamy, bluesy overdrive standard of the Blues Driver, and the other is the characterful dirt of an Angry Charlie. New BOSS JB-2 Angry Driver. The new concept, titled the JB-2 Angry Charlie, will be a combination of the Boss DB-2 Blues Driver and JHS’s Angry charlie. powered by . Offer a very wide panel from a clean overdrive to a nasty distortion. This awesome collaboration between Boss and JHS pedals has resulted in the fusing of the legendary Boss BD-2 Blues Driver and JHS Angry Charlie overdrive pedals. Then came the boutique pedal boom. This versatile pedal packs the tones of the BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver and JHS Angry Charlie into a single BOSS-style housing. 27; Next. The Boss JB-2 Angry Driver Dual Circuit Overdrive Pedal is an entirely unique pedal which combines two of the most famous overdrive pedals ever made into one. Looking at the pedal itself it’s obvious we have a Boss pedal at hand, however, the JB-2 has more functionality than standard Boss overdrives, with an all new duel-concentric knob system that will blend tones from each pedal together. Silver Supporting Member. Messages 17. Bought but no longer needed, only opened to check it all worked ok. … Sep 29, 2020 #1 I LOVE the JHS Angry Charlie v2, I had one last winter and it was killer. Charlie Brown has never been so cool! That was the other question I had. Member. Les meilleures offres pour Boss JB-2 Angry Driver JHS Angry Charlie Boss BD-2 Overdrive sont sur eBay Comparez les prix et les spécificités des produits neufs et d'occasion Pleins d'articles en … Delivered with a pretty useless battery. Help!I'maRock! I have a daddo-o and bd-2 at home and might have to try stacking them. A combination of the Boss BS-2 Blues Driver and a JHS Angry Charlie, a circuit that began life as a modded Marshall Guv’nor distortion. Condition is mint. The Angry Charlie is a JCM-800 in a box. 1 of 27 Go to page. The MXR 5150, as it's name quite obviously suggests, is a Peavy 5150 in a box. If all I had was this single overdrive, it could handle the workload very well.