Electro-Harmonix Introduces Nano Q-Tron Envelope Filter Pedal
Electro-Harmonix has introduced the Nano Q-Tron, which puts their funky envelope filter into a smaller housing. Made for use with everything from guitar to bass to keys and beyond, the pedal responds to your playing dynamics.
“The volume of the input signal it receives (also called the envelope) controls the cutoff or center frequency of a swept filter allowing the Nano Q-Tron to create tone-altering effects ranging from subtle to dynamic, auto-wah to ultra-funky,” EHX writes.
Other controls include a Volume knob, a Q control for the peak bandwidth, and a three-position mode knob. The modes (LP, BP, and HP) control the frequency range – low pass, bandpass, and high pass.
You can hear the Nano Q-Tron on bass at the 2:20 mark in this demo:
The Electro-Harmonix Nano Q-Tron is shipping now for $106.40.
Electro-Harmonix Nano Q-Tron Pedal Features:
|Vol (Volume) knob which controls the pedal’s output volume|
|Drive Control adjusts its filter sweep sensitivity and how the pedal responds to the user’s playing dynamics|
|Q Control sets the peak bandwidth of the filter and determines how subtle or dramatic the effect will be|
|LP BP HP Mode Switch controls what frequency range the filter will pass. LP (low pass) emphasizes the lows, BP (band pass) the midrange and HP (high pass) the highs|
|Pedalboard friendly, compact, rugged enclosure|
|True Bypass switching|
|Comes equipped with a 9Volt battery and can also be powered by an optional 9Volt power supply|