The Switchblade Pro is the newest guitar pedal and switcher from Electro-Harmonix, allowing convenient tone switching with a modern setup.
Electro-Harmonix unveiled their newest pedal, the Flatiron Fuzz, serving as their modernized take of the classic Rat 2 distortion & fuzz pedal from Pro Co.
The new pedal was released to act as the 'older sibling' to the original "Canyon", with the same features as its sibling, in a more intuitive package.
Yesterday Electro-Harmonix announced a new pedal – the B9 Organ Machine. Designed to give any guitar or keyboard that classic organ sound, this pedal is sure to be a hit. The pedal features 9 presets designed to emulate organs from the 60s and later, and Electro-Harmonix claims that the B9 Organ Machine is fast and flawless. It also features four controls, one for dry volume, one for organ v...[Read More]
Electro-Harmonix has had a couple Big Muff related announcements in the past couple days, including the new Deluxe Big Muff Pi. Just yesterday, Electro-Harmonix announced the new Nano Bass Big Muff. The pedal is designed to be the same size as the other pedals in the Electro-Harmonix Nano line, but to not sacrifice any of the tonal characteristics in doing so. The Nano Bass Big Muff has the same 3...[Read More]
The classic Big Muff Pi has long been a favorite fuzz pedal for many guitarists, including the great Jimmy Hendrix. Well today Electro-Harmonix announced a completely new variation of the pedal in the new Deluxe Big Muff Pi. The pedal adds some new features for tone-shaping, including a foot switchable midrange section, a noise gate, the ability to adjust attack, a switchable bass boost, and true ...[Read More]
The Electro Harmonix Big Muff Pi is widely regarded as one of the greatest fuzz pedals of all time. Jimi Hendrix used it for goodness sake – that must tell you something. Well now the classic pedal has a smaller sibling – introducing the Electro Harmonix Nano Big Muff Pi. The regular Big Muff Pi is exactly what the name sounds like – big. Some would say it’s too big, and it...[Read More]