What is it that makes a performance legend? Experience and design integrity make a legend. Since the early 1970’s, Electro-Harmonix has been designing analog delays featured on some of the greatest recordings and used by legendary musicians throughout the world. From the original Memory Man to the Deluxe Memory Man, still available today, our delays are desired instruments for the organic tones that deliver textures that define quality.
The new Memory Boy carries the performance heritage for warm analog delays and modulations that made its ancestors the go to legends that remain today. With two years in design using new and refined, analog IC’s the focus was making the legend affordable to every musician while maintaining the character and artistic sounds that let you stand apart.
The new Memory Boy straps on the cape and flies with heritage into the search for amazing sound at a price that mere mortals can afford.
We want to share this new EHX Memory Boy demonstration video by guitarist, Martin Moyano. Also, new product reviews: the first of our new Analogizer in Spanish by Guitarrista magazine and the second, a review of the exciting Ravish Sitar pedal in Spanish by Musico Pro magazine.
KevinHyun shows off the Memory Boy's
warm analog delay and sweet chorus/vibrato.
Brazilian rock star Rodrigo Lanceloti blasts out with Memory Boy in Antarctica
Gig with a Memory Boy if you want a beautiful babe like this
Angus Clark is lead guitarist for the band DareDevil Squadron (daredevilsquadron.com). He is also appearing regularly on Broadway in the Tony-Nominated musical Rock Of Ages, and is in his ninth year as guitarist for the Platinum-Selling and Grammy-Nominated Trans- Siberian Orchestra. He has recorded and performed with Kitaro, Jon Anderson, Paul Rodgers, Robin Zander, Joe Walsh, and many others. For more information, please visit www.angusclark.com.
Brazilian rock star Rodrigo Lanceloti shows off the warm tone of the Memory Boy Analog Delay
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