The Electro‑Harmonix Memory Man is one of the longest‑running and most popular analogue delay pedals around and...
The original Pitch Fork, reviewed back in SOS June 2015, now has a more grown‑up sibling, the Pitch Fork+.
The bucket‑brigade analogue delay line gives this pedal a classic chorus sound reminiscent of the early Clone Theory pedals...
11 impressive modulation processes all in one compact pedal — what's not to like?
The 1973 version two Big Muff Pi — with a ram's head printed on the casework — was used on so many classic records that EHX have decided to bring it back.
Bass9 transforms the signal from a standard six-string electric guitar into one of nine different bass sounds...
Nano offers the same overdrive and distortion as the original Operation Overlord pedal, minus the stereo ins/outs.
This all-digital pedal's polyphonic envelope technology lets you apply separate envelope shapes to overlapping notes to simulate a tape reverse effect.
In designing the Blurst, Electro-Harmonix have essentially built a synth-style resonant, fourth-order, low-pass filter and put it into a guitar/bass pedal.
Electro-Harmonix’s Canyon is a delay/looper, but it goes the extra mile, packing a wide repertoire of delay effects into its compact pedal format.
Electro-Harmonix announce the introduction of the Bass Preacher, a compact compressor/sustainer.
Electro-Harmonix have always had a good reputation for their pitch-shift effects. How does their latest one compare?
This high-end stereo compressor boasts three different flavours of optical compression.
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