I had a friend in high school who would just buy some records (from the equivalent of the $1 bin) for their covers. Even though I've never done anything like that, this idea has been slowly growing on me: beautiful art makes things more desirable and therefore more valuable....
Upon hearing the capabilities of the new Electro-Harmonix Mel 9 Tape Replay Machine
Mellotron simulator pedal, the thought that immediately came to mind was that guitar players might finally have a fair shot at landing some film, TV, and video game scoring work. Historically, MIDI...
We all know Electro Harmonix for their popular (and growing at breakneck speed) line of guitar pedals, but the Queens, NY based manufacturer has long been flirting with synthesizers too - we had the chance to toy around with one of their old Minisynthesizer
has added yet another signature overdrive to their lineup, a transparent design they're colorfully calling the Crayon
. The pedal features a unique EQ section that focuses on the high and low frequency ranges, instead of the mid-range which is common with many...
Venerable New York City pedal manufacturer Electro-Harmonix
takes their third foray into the world of keyboard simulation pedals with the release of the Key9
. Similar in concept to the previous B9 and C9 offerings, this stompbox offers 9 presets emulating some of the most...
Considered one of the quintessential guitar effects, the Uni-Vibe
has had a legendary mystique ever since the great Jimi Hendrix added the psychedelic tones it offers to his classic sound. Electro-Harmonix
has been making excellent pedals for years, and it's well-known for designing great...
Until recently, the guitarists interested in recreating organ-like sounds had to rely on pitch shifters and whammy effects. Needless to say, although very cool, those effects sound nothing like a real organ. Then Electro Harmonix
came out with the B9 Organ Machine...
Today, the NYC...
Since most of us around here at Delicious Audio are guitar players, we tend to focus mostly on axe stomp boxes, but this week Electro Harmonix
came out with some news that will raise the eyebrows of electronic drum and synth gurus as well...
It seems as though we are always on the search for the ultimate overdriven tone as guitarists.
The folks at Electro-Harmonix are always working on something. This time it's a new JFET Overdrive unit that they consider to be one of their new flagship devices. This looks to be a well rounded pedal that can achieve all sorts of...
New from the legendary team at Electro-Harmonix
(who've been churning out a considerable amount of new pedals in the last few months), the Lumberjack Logarithmic
takes a new approach to the design of the overdrive pedal.
Electro Harmonix has been quiet on the distortion front for a while until what will probably be remembered as... the summer 2014 DISTORTION EXPLOSION! We already blogged about the East River Drive
and the reissue of the Hot Tubes