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Joyo Audio Sweet Baby

by Joyo
100 customer reviews

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  • Low-gain overdrive
  • Focus control shapes overdrive characteristics
  • Sturdy aluminum alloy case
  • Using 9V battery or standard boss style adapter
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Joyo Audio Sweet Baby + Joyo JF-02 Ultimate Overdrive Pedal, featuring true Bypass Wiring, Tone Switch and Quality components + Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable with Right Angle Plug, 0.5 feet (3-pack)
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Product Description

Batteries are NOT included

Feature:
Low-gain overdrive
Focus control shapes overdrive characteristics
Sturdy aluminum alloy case
Using 9V battery or standard boss style adapter

Specifications:
Brand: JOYO
Input impedance: 1 MOmega
Output impedance: 1 KOmega
Running current: 5mA
Power: 9V Battery/DC 9V adapter (not included)
Color: Orange

Package includes:
1 * JOYO Sweet Baby JF-36

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 2 x 3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00HB2ZVRC
  • Item model number: JF-36
  • Batteries 1 9V batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,864 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 30, 2012

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Customer Reviews

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Carver on April 21, 2012
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I just received this a day ago and bought it on whim after being very impressed with the Joyo Crunch Pedal. This is (I think) based on a very expensive sweet honey drive pedal. It's supposed to be very reactive to your playing. Dig in and it puts out distortion, play soft and it cleans up. This is much more noticeable the cleaner you run your amp. I can say it's pretty reactive and feels like a very responsive tube screamer. I've heard some say they find the distortion from this pedal a little harsh but I find is wonderfully smooth with some grit. I found it really warmed up my sound in a good way. I'm playing an american strat with noisless Dimarzio Area pickups through a Vox AC15 and it's an awesome combo. I put this pedal in front of my OCD and I was really getting some sweet tones. If I had to play out with just my amp and one pedal for a little dirt this might win over my OCD. It's expensive for a Joyo but cheap for a really good OD stomp. It's definitely not for metal or heavier distortion stuff but it's got plenty on tap for blues and classic rock. So far I've been super pleased by Joyo pedals. The jury is still out on how well they hold but but they sure sound and perform pretty darn well.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By G. Helewa on July 27, 2014
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I'm very glad I chose this over the Vintage Overdrive. I love the subtle break up, like a slightly pushed amp. I'm playing a 72' tele Thinline thru a Bugera v22 tube amp, which has a pretty good gain channel. I'll use the sweet baby on the clean channel, and I love that the harder you play, the more it breaks up, allowing for more dynamic playing and cleaner builds. From low gain tube sound to nice crunch, this does it all so far. I typically play at church, and it's just the right amount without being too harsh.
Great transparent sound. Do it.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Fender Guy on March 19, 2013
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I've owned more than one overdrive pedal in my 30 years of playing guitar and the only one I still have on my pedal board is the Boss Super Overdrive...Sweet Baby is well on the way of living up to that legend as well. I have nothing but high praise for this amazing pedal. It really does react to your playing style. Unlike other overdrive pedals I've used this one really gets smooth when you back off of your string attack and starts to growl the harder you dig in. As far as the pedal goes it is pretty much the same as a lot of them...instead of a tone knob they call it "focus", there is also a volume and drive knob. The sounds I can get out of the Sweet Baby are some of the best I've ever used and easy to dial in. I own a lot of pedals but lately I keep my chain setup real simple...the guitar goes into a EHX-Crying Tone wah pedal, then the Sweet Baby, then a Boss Super Overdrive (used as a lead solo gain boost... I don't use Distortion pedals.), next is an MXR Micro Chorus followed by an MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay. The whole chain goes into the 2nd channel of my Fender Deluxe Reverb amp. I use the foot switch that came with amp to turn on the tremolo when needed... I play mostly Blues and Classic Rock. The Sweet Baby is well made and I don't see it failing me anytime soon. You can spend hundreds more on name brand pedals but what works for me at the end of the day is alive and well in this "clone" overdrive tone blender...

Update: this pedal has since been returned. It went out with me on a few gigs and didn't hold up to life on the road. The connections inside the box came loose and became a major problem before a few gigs...I have since put my Boss Super Overdrive back in the chain...while I truly loved the tone from this product in the end you get what you pay for.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Charlo on January 28, 2014
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This is my 6th Joyo pedal and like the others, it does not dissapoint. I think these and the Dano Cool Cat line are some of the best bang for your buck in pedals these days. Like many have mentioned, this pedal is like a TS but without the mid-hump. This pedal is really about getting touch sensitive low gain responsiveness and texture. When you run it into a cleanish tube amp and you dig it, it breaks up. When you play lightly, it gets cleaner- which is why it is so similar to the $200 Sweet Honey pedal (the controls are also identical but I haven't compared the internals). That touch sensitivity is lost IMHO if you stack this with another dirt box or if you are running it into an amp that is already raging with gain. When you do that, it acts more like a traditional OD would- which is totally cool, but you are losing the touch sensitivity thing that sets this pedal apart. If I could only bring one dirt box to the gig it would probably be something more mid-gain (like the Joyo Ultimate Drive or the Dano Transparent OD) but if you are in the market for a sweet honey pedal and don't have that kind of bankroll, you should definately check this out-
Edit: Having owned this pedal for a while, I realize I was incorrect in saying you lose touch sensitivity running into another dirtbox. This pedal actually plays well with mid-gain types of overdrives like the Joyo Ultimate Drive, the OCD, or the Dano Drive. When you dig in, you CAN get more breakup so long as the other overdrive isn't dimed. This pedal has become an essential, 'always on' pedal for me !
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