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History of the Electro-Harmonic Big Muff Guitar Pedal

A guitar sound coming from Jimi Hendrix was the ultimate inspiration in creating the Big Muff. Hendrix was not able to extensively use this pedal since there were no available models produced yet during those times until the year 1971. The pedal that Hendrix used was the prototype Big Muff. Reports have shared that Hendrix was really impressed with how the prototype was made. […]

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EHX Neo Clone, Iron Lung, and Ring Thing Guitar Pedal Review

Electro-Harmonix has a history of pedals with super-hero-sounding names: Electric Mistress, Memory Man, Worm, and P0G. A new trio is no exception: Neo Clone could come out of the Matrix; Iron Lung might be Iron Man’s loudmouth cousin; Ring Thing, the product of a radioactive experiment gone wrong. The resemblance to fictional characters is fitting, as “character” is something EHX pedals have always had. This new crop of unique devices also has the right stuff. […]

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EHX Germanium Big Muff, Freeze Sound Retainer, 44 Magnum Review

Electro-Harmonix trio of new effects hands-on review – There seems to be a never-ending stream of new stompbox effects emanating from the circuit benders at Electro-Harmonix. Twice a year the company’s NAMM trade show booth trots out a fresh batch of signal-mangling machines calculated to excite electric guitarists, bassists, or anyone else who lives to alter audio signals in interesting and exotic ways […]

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Electro-Harmonix Memory Boy Toy Analog Delay Guitar Pedals

Deluxe Memory Boy — The latest in the proud heritage of EH analog delays. Tap tempo delivers a magnificent “human lock” letting you stay in sync with the groove. The effects loop provides synchronous animation that redefines pedalboard flexibility. Expression pedal input offers added control over every key performance parameter. This locked and loaded prodigy carries its lineage proudly! […]