JAM Pedals has teamed up with fifteen different guitarists to release 150 gold, signed limited edition pedals to raise money for its COVID-19 relief Lending a Hand initiative. Through the campaign, the company aims to help music industry professionals who have been hard hit by the current pandemic.
Gold Limited Editions
JAM Pedals just announced a very limited run of 150 gold versions of its pedals, with ten of each model signed by famous guitarists. Proceeds from the sales will go towards raising funds for its COVID-19 relief Lending a Hand campaign. This initiative sees the company collaborating with fifteen different musicians, and donating to charities of their choice. Each pedal comes in a striking gold-sparkle finish and is, of course, signed by the artist.
The limited edition pedals will be going to those who make the 10 biggest donation offers per artist pedal between now and July 12.
This is a fantastic gesture from the company and a great way of giving back to the community. After the recent Fender Crew Nation auction, it is nice to see other companies doing their bit to help the industry.
The group of guitarists aboard this JAM Pedals initiative is pretty diverse and comprises Nels Cline, Neal Schon, Steve Lukather, Bill Frisell, Julian Lage, John Schofield, Graham Coxon, Sean Ono Lennon, J Mascis, Lee Ranaldo, Nile Rodgers, Richie Sambora, Alex Skolnick, Andy Timmons, and David Torn.
The pedals include gold versions of the Rattler distortion, Double Dreamer dual overdrive, RetroVibe vibrato, Wahcko wah, and the WaterFall chorus/vibrato, among others. And, if you don’t want a pedal but still want to help out, you can buy one of the Lending a Hand t-shirts.
The charities the company and the artists have chosen to support are Musicares, Jazz Coalition, Jazz Foundation, New Music USA, Crew Nation, and Northern Greece Musician.
Follow the link below if you’d like to get more involved.