Get down! Generates deep, phat bass tones one octave below the notes you play. Two separate smoothing filters enable you to tailor your sub-octave signal to the exact bass sound you desire, separating the Octave Multiplexer from other octave devices. Run your vocals through it and sound just like Ike Turner. This is a monophonic device and works only on single notes.
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Effectologist extraordinaire, Bill Ruppert, defies the impossible to re-create the theme from the movie Blade Runner. Using “only” his Electro-Harmonix pedals and unbridled imagination, the maestro delivers an auditory tour-de-force.
Please note: Bill will be in the EHX Forums to discuss his sounds, settings, and process. We hope you join us there.
Want to put some thunder down under and some junk in the trunk? Check out the “Fuzz Bass” effect. It’s been used by The Beatles (“Think For Yourself”), Sly & The Family Stone (“I Want to Take You Higher”), U2 (“Get On Your Boots”) and countless others.
Running your guitar into an Octave Multiplexer and any one of the Big Muff pedals generates a thick, distorted, sub octave that will shake the walls. The Octave Multiplexer uses an analog flip-flop circuit to produces a unique, fat, grainy sub octave tone.
Sonic master Bill Ruppert reproduces the legendary Pink Floyd synth textures from “Welcome To The Machine .” Using only his guitar and the perfect blend of EH pedals, Bill re-creates the amazing sound-scapes that made this recording special. Each EH pedal provides its own magic to reveal the complexity and textures of the EMS VC3 synthesizer with stunning accuracy.
Thanks to Andrea Rocca, guitar player with psychedelic blues band Gobuzli, for letting us know about their new and densely-animated video for "Strange Objects" from the forthcoming album "Abstract Origami Black Belts."
Thanks to Nir Yaniv and King Cano for sharing this 2880 live looping video. Nir adds: "The 'Beat This!' video was recorded live. You can even see that behind us there's a computer screen with Logic opened and recording. And let me take this opportunity to thank you and the others in EHX - that looper changed my loopin' life."
For more info, see the King and Nir site as well as Nir's solo site VocalMan (in addition to the 2880, Nir also uses an Octave Multiplexer).
Get this limited-edition Day-Glo poster of the original 1968 art that inspired the Electro-Harmonix logo!
Mike Matthews stated: “The image on our Flashback Poster is of the original artwork that inspired the famous Electro-Harmonix logo. I think players who dig our pedals will also enjoy the chance to own a piece of EHX memorabilia.”
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.
Our new EHX Strings Electro-Harmonix electric guitar strings are custom-designed to our specifications and made in the USA by a premiere string manufacturer. Each wound string is precision wrapped with round nickel-plated steel onto a high carbon, hexagon-shaped steel core. The plain strings are made from the same high carbon steel as the hex cores. The high quality steel and computer controlled winding process results in strings that intonate accurately, are better at staying in tune and vibrate evenly for maximum sustain.