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Hi. Very cool picture. I have one of those too! Its the one called JBX. Can you tell me where both of them were made. There should be a plate on the back. Mine is made in sweden - by Hagström perhaps? - but the machine seems to be identical to one made in Japan, called Pearl or Vorg Orbit EO-301. This machine seems to be a collectors item.
Hi! Such a great tape echo! I'm pretty sure they were made in Japan and imported to Sweden by Hagström (who also had music stores all over sweden back in the day) under the name JBX or JMX. My friend (who has the JBX on in the picture) also has a matsumoku made Jazz Bass branded as JBX.
Ah, another OEM machine made in Japan. I notice you also have a fuzz/wah of the SuperFuzz family from Shin-Ei. That was another of those japanese OEM products that ended up with different labels. I have an Aria/Diamond fuzz, identical to the Ibanez Standard Fuzz, and also made by Shin-Ei.But even so the JBX says "made in sweden"?
Yeah, I sold that one. I think someone had messed with it a little bit so I think it didn't sound like it was supposed to. Funny enough, I'm just as I'm writing finishing a Super Fuzz I built. But I do have the Shin Ei mute box, their Mutron III clone and that I will never sell! Great pedal! My JMX doesn't say made in sweden. It only has the import metal sticker thing with serial number and "general agent" (ie importer). I'll post a picture of it!
You are right, I am wrong. My sticker is exactly the same. So this unit is made in japan, and imported by Hagström. All units I have seen were from Sweden and Finland, and I am in Denmark. So probably Hagström branded the Pearl/Vorg unit for the scandinavian market under the JMX or JBX brand.
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