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Electro-Harmonix Enters Compact Looping Pedal Market with the NanoLooper 360
Pedals & Effects

Electro-Harmonix Enters Compact Looping Pedal Market with the NanoLooper 360

The compact looping pedal market is heating up, with Electro-Harmonix adding their own pedal to the mix. The NanoLooper 360 is a compact looping pedal with 360 seconds of loop recording time that can be split into 11 different loops. Housed in a die-cast chassis, it records uncompressed audio at 24-bit A/D/A and a 44.1kHz sample rate. The pedal’s control...

Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Nano Bass Big Muff Pi
Pedals & Effects

Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Nano Bass Big Muff Pi

Electro-Harmonix has expanded their bass offerings with the announcement of the Nano Bass Big Muff Pi, a distortion/sustainer pedal that blends features of its predecessors into a smaller package. The new pedal is voiced like the EHX Russian Big Muff but has a classic Big Muff Pi control layout with Sustain, Tone, and Volume knobs. Electro-Harmonix says the pedal dishes...

Electro-Harmonix Introduces Next Step Crying Bass Wah/Fuzz
Pedals & Effects

Electro-Harmonix Introduces Next Step Crying Bass Wah/Fuzz

Electro-Harmonix has expanded their Next Step series of pedals to the bass realm with the Crying Bass Wah/Fuzz. Similar to other Next Step effects, the pedal features no moving parts and uses a motion sensor to translate movement. The pedal’s fuzz circuit adds distortion and harmonics to the signal and helps accentuate the wah effect. The pedal also has a...

Electro-Harmonix Announces Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi
Pedals & Effects

Electro-Harmonix Announces Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi

Electro-Harmonix has unveiled their latest bass specific pedal with the Deluxe Bass Big Muff Pi. Building on its predecessor, the Deluxe has the same Volume, Tone, and Sustain controls, but adds a -10dB input pad, a Blend knob and a noise gate. Another new feature is a foot-switchable crossover section that’s split into two parts: a low pass filter on...

Electro-Harmonix Adds Utility Pedals to Next Step Series
Pedals & Effects

Electro-Harmonix Adds Utility Pedals to Next Step Series

Electro-Harmonix has added to their Next Step Effects series with three new utility pedals. Similar to the rest of the line, the new volume, expression and pan pedals have no moving parts and feature a smooth rocking chassis to control the effect. The Next Step Volume Pedal controls the volume of an instrument. Powered by either a 9V battery or...

Electro-Harmonix Now Shipping Switchblade+ Channel Selector
Pedals & Effects

Electro-Harmonix Now Shipping Switchblade+ Channel Selector

Electro-Harmonix has unveiled the Switchblade+ Channel Selector, a flexible stompbox that allows you to route your input signal to either two different locations (Channel A or B) or both simultaneously. The Switchblade+ then picks up where the company’s original Switchblade left off with the inclusion of a dedicated Tuner out, which EHX explains is hardwired to the input. This provides...

Bass Gear

Gear Watch: Enigma Q-Balls

Electro-Harmonix has announced the release of their first analog filter designed specifically for bass: the Enigma Q-balls. The Enigma has a frequency range of 40 Hz to 3 kHz able to define tight sweeps through the entire harmonic range. The Engima includes analog distrotion with controls to give let you shape the growl any way you want. The feature list...