The EHX Bad Stone is a faithful reissue of the original vintage phase shifter of the same name but in a much smaller package. Combined with a classic Big Muff fuzz distortion, you get virtually unlimited cool tones!
David Curtis created this full-production demo to showcase how these two pedals sound alone and together within the mix of a real studio recording involving multiple instruments and settings along with live bass and drums.
Alessandro Tassoni showcases his skills and demos the EHX East River Drive from his home studio in Italy.
This classic overdrive is JRC4558 IC based and creates symmetrical overdrive that adds edge and gain without compromising tone. Volume and Drive take it from sweet to searing while Tone lets you dial in just the right amount of bite to cut through the mix.
David Curtis shines again and shows off incredible pitch shifting and harmonization with the EHX Pitch Fork.
This video is a full-production demonstration of what this pedal can do within a real studio recording with multiple guitars and live drums. All bass parts are a six-string guitar in the sub-octave settings of this pedal. EHX Soul Food used for all overdriven lead guitar parts.
Eric Tischler writes, “the Nano POG’s lower octave leaps from the speakers” and “The Nano POG offers great tone, great tracking and fine octave control—both up and down—in a more pedal-board friendly configuration.”
Looking for an overdrive pedal that'll make your guitar tone sparkle and really respond to your picking dynamics and touch? An overdrive that will bring out your axe's harmonics in the most musical way? Then you're probably looking at the Electro-Harmonix OD Glove or the Fulltone OCD. Both deliver the goods to players obsessed with great tone.
There is, however, one huge distinction. You can almost afford to buy two Electro-Harmonix OD Gloves for the price of one Fulltone OCD! We invite you to listen to this independent comparison produced by Ed Lim of Six String Samurai. Then judge for yourself which pedal is the better value.
Advertised typical USA street price: Electro-Harmonix OD Glove $67.90, Fulltone OCD $127.20.
OD Glove and Electro-Harmonix are trademarks of Electro-Harmonix. OCD and Fulltone are trademarks of Fulltone Musical Products, Inc.
Our new EH Strings allow you to capture every nuance of your playing style with lightning fast playability. Made of a pure nickel wrap with a specially-selected stainless steel, these sweet-sounding round wounds are truly like no other strings you've played. Not only do they last longer and stay in tune longer, but we think they're the best sounding strings ever made. Available in 9s, 10s and 11s.
Did you know that Electro-Harmonix makes many of the world's greatest vacuum tubes? The next time you need to re-tube your guitar, bass, or hi-fi amp, be sure to insist on getting authentic Electro-Harmonix tubes.