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Updated charges: that JHS is linked to a “hateful cult” known as the International House of Prayer, and money from the purchase of JHS pedals goes towards an anti-LGBTQ agenda. I was bored one day and looking through PGS’s “stand out stomp box” section (which is really cool BTW) and I noticed the JHS Morning Glory.

I loved the sound but I wasn’t in the market for a new OD so I didn’t think much else of it.

long story on the name ) THE CHARGES The Charges are that Josh Scott and JHS Pedals stole designs from other builders and charge more for their stolen work then the original products cost, thus ripping off both consumer and builder.

That JHS makes substandard, poor quality gear that (once again) they charge more money for than they should.

None of those conversations have made it directly into this post.

I’ve keep them all off the record for the purpose of fact checking, logic checking and thought process vetting, and to get a feel for how the industry works. I tracked down articles and forum threads dating back several years.

On face value I tended to believe them, but I was troubled by the continued references to Josh’s faith.

As a worship leader, pastor and Christian, it was very concerning to me if a business like JHS were guilty of the accusations and running a bad business with the “christian” label attached to them.

What I found was rant after rant reciting the charges above.Beyond that, nothing has changed and my position remains the same.-Adam, Real World Worship. It’s not about worship, or even electric guitar playing.It’s about a company called JHS pedals, that many worship musicians buy gear from.For this blog post I spoke to many of the parties involved, although I’m choosing to keep all of those conversations off the record.I also talked to friends (or friends of friends) who work in the guitar/effects industry at many different levels to hear their take.

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