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EHX Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter
Our Price: $260.00

The electro-harmonix Pitch Fork polyphonic pitch shifter effects pedal brings a new realm of sound to your playing. Turn your 6-string guitar into an 18-string guitar or send single notes soaring into the stratosphere with razor-sharp precision. You can set the Pitch Fork for your desired pitch shift or use an expression pedal for continuous control of sweeps and multi-octave jumps.

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hoose between single note pitch shifting or dual note (one up and one down) pitch shifting. It works great with bass, too, giving your bottom end even more bottom, and shimmer on the top! You can dial in almost any interval difference you want or use an expression pedal for real-time pitch control. Put a fuzz or distortion pedal in front of the Pitch Fork for synth-like tones and gritty lows.
EHX Nano Pog Polyphonic Octave Generator
Our Price: $325.00

Electro-Harmonix now offers the Nano POG polyphonic octave generator pedal, giving you the same 12-string, organ, and brand-new sounds as the other POG pedals in the line. But now you can save even more pedalboard real-estate with the smallest version of this classic design yet. It works great with bass too, giving you some truly funky options to tweak your tone. Get all the octave control and glitchless operation you love without having to pull another pedal from your board, with the Electro-Harmonix Nano POG.

Tiny footprint saves valuable pedalboard space

Whether it's weight restrictions when flying, carting your gear to and from gigs, space in the back of the van, or just not having a large enough pedalboard, keeping the size of your board down is vital, so every inch of your board is precious space. If we were to put every pedal we wanted on our boards they'd be as big as the stages we're playing. Well, Electro-Harmonix is here to make sure you can at least get one more precious tone in your rig. Their Nano POG polyphonic octave generator pedal gives you all the power of the larger POGs, but in their convenient Nano sized box.

Same great POG performance as their larger pedals

So often with smaller format pedals you are forced to sacrifice some functionality or performance for the sake of the smaller footprint. Not so with the Electro-Harmonix Nano Pedal! Go ahead and grab the knobs to blend your sub octave and octave up with your dry sound. And there are outputs for the effected out along with a dry output to send the different sounds to separate amplifiers. There's an incredible amount of juice in this pedal for it's diminutive size.

Great emulations, and palette for creating unique tones

Not only can you get some of the most out-there synth-type sounds in a guitar pedal format, but the Electro-Harmonix Nano POG is a master at emulating organ, bass, 12-string guitar sounds, and more. Seems to good to be true from a tiny little pedal with only three knobs, but this is no one-trick-pony. Blending the octave up with your dry signal sounds like a great electric 12-string. Drop everything except the sub octave and you're bass player will a little nervous for their job.

EHX Ring Thing Single Sideband Modulator
Our Price: $350.00

The Electro-Harmonix Ring Thing is a single sideband modulator, presenting state-of-the-art modulation control to allow the user to explore a new sonic world that's both familiar and inventive. Complex modulations with interactive parameters create any sound your mind can imagine. From metallic sweeps to subtle color changes to unique and limitless modulations, the Electro-Harmonix Ring Thing effects pedal will become your sonic dream machine.

EHX B9 Organ Machine
Our Price: $350.00

Not only does this pedal transform your guitar tone into one of nine classic organ tones with jaw-dropping realism, it performs like a champ. We're talking about zero tracking problems, glitches, mistriggers, or false notes. What's more, each setting has an appropriate modulation effect built in, such as rotary speaker, tremolo, or vibrato, and you can add in organ percussion or key click sounds with a dedicated control. Top it off with two great ways you can blend in your dry guitar signal, and it's no wonder the ehx B9 Organ Machine has become an instant classic.

A 6-pack of tonewheel organs provides a wide range vintage vibe

The first six presets in the B9 Organ Machine are variations on the classic tonewheel organ that set the standard for electric organ sound. Fat & Full adds an octave above and below, instantly doubling the size of your guitar tone. Jazz offers you a more subtle and smooth sound - think Jimmy Smith. Pull out the upper bars, and you've got the sound of the Gospel setting, whereas a health dose of distortion the Classic Rock setting recalls Procal Harum's "Whiter Shade of Pale." If, on the other hand, you prefer a sound closer to Sugarloaf's "Green Eyed Lady," then switch to the Bottom End setting and dial up the Click control. Lastly, the Octaves preset provides an octave above for a more Zeppelin vibe, and when you roll on the Click, you also get higher harmonics. All of these presets are total winners, and what's more, each of includes a classic rotary speaker effect, whose speed you can control with the Mod knob.

Three additional classic organ sounds expand your tonal palettee

But the fun doesn't stop with the B9 Organ Machine's tonewheel emulations. In fact, electro-harmonix infused this awesome guitar effects pedal with three additional gems. First up, there's the Cathedral organ setting, which gushes forth with the ambient-rich sound of a historical pipe organ. Here's a Sweetwater pro tip for you: crank up the reverb on your amp and you'll totally blown away. Of course a rotary speaker effect wouldn't due, so ehx gave this preset a tremolo setting instead, with depth control on the Click knob. Next up, there's the Continental setting, which conjures up a classic transistor organ tone that'll have you figuring out the chords to "House of the Rising Sun" in minuets. That preset gets a smooth vibrato effect, also with depth control on the Click knob. Last up is the B9 Organ Machine's Bell Organ setting, which layers a chimey EP on top of a tonewheel organ. It also gets a tremolo effect, and you can blend in as much bell or chime as you like with the Click knob.

Two killer ways to mix your guitar with your organ effects

Now, there's no denying that the ehx B9 Organ Machine's effects are absolutely awe inspiring, but you can really work some magic by blending in your dry guitar tone into the mix. Lucky for you, electro-harmonix decided to give you two cool ways to do this. If you're like most of us, and you only gig with a single amp, then you can simply blend the two sounds together via the designated Dry and Organ knobs. But, if you're in the studio or you're more of a high-tech guitarist, then you'll appreciate the B9 Organ Machine's dual outputs, which let you run two amps or set up more complex pedalboard configurations. And if you're looking for a way to put that to good use, just give your Sweetwater Sales Engineer a call - you're bound to get some great suggestions.

EHX C9 Organ Machine
Our Price: $350.00

Whether you want a Doors-esque Farfisa tone, Deep Purple-esque sludge, or a Zeppelin-esque harmonic extravaganza, the C9 delivers. You get the same intuitive controls as the B9, letting you creatively tweak your sounds' modulation and click sounds. And if you already own a B9, you can send each pedal's signal to separate amps to sound like two individual players, or combine them for a massive stereo spread.
A full range of presets deliver a plethora of useful tones

The Electro-Harmonix C9 Organ Machine is a box full of classic electric organ and vintage electronic keyboard tones. In addition to a standard tonewheel organ, you also get 8 unique sounds that span decades. The Prog setting creates additional tones a fifth above and an octave below your original signal, which is great for fattening up single lines or making chords sound huge. The Compact setting gives you a remarkable vintage transistorized compact organ sound, ala a 1960s Farfisa organ. The Shimmer setting adds a gorgeous string-like sustaining sound to your guitar tone. The Lord Purple setting sounds amazing when you run it through a distorted amp or overdrive pedal, giving you beautiful, acid-drenched sludge. The Mello Flutes setting gives you access to the instantly-recognizable Mellotron mkII flute sound. The Blimp setting provides you with a massive Zeppelin-esque tone with magical upper harmonics. The Press Tone setting delivers the legendary sound of the organ at the Beatles' Apple Studios. And finally, the Telstar setting puts the sound of the Clavioline in your hands, as heard on hits like "Telstar," "Runaway," and "Magical Mystery Tour."

Controls let you creatively tweak modulation and click sounds

The Electro-Harmonix C9 Organ Machine gives you precise control over important elements of each preset's sonic fingerprint like percussive click, modulation, attack/sustain, drawbar setting, or high frequency content. No matter which preset you use, you can create a plethora of sounds, both familiar and unique, by manipulating the C9's Mod and Click knobs. You can also create some captivating and inspiring tones by blending your dry guitar tone into the mix, using the Dry and Organ knobs. On top of that, you can use the C9's dual outputs to run two amps or set up more complex pedalboard configurations.

Combine the C9 with a B9 for a complete array of compelling effects

If you already own an Electro-Harmonix B9, the C9 isn't redundant. Not only does each pedal contain their own unique presets, you can also use both pedals in conjunction with one another, providing you with a complete array of diverse effects. By hooking both pedals to a channel selector, you can send each pedal's signal to separate amps to sound like two individual players, or combine the two for a huge stereo spread. You can also reverse the order of the channel selector to feed both pedals to a single amp without the need for an external mixer, letting you select each pedal individually or in combination.

EHX Key9 Electric Piano Machine
Our Price: $350.00

Following in the footsteps of the now-classic C9 and B9 organ pedals, the Key9 brings you a room full of vintage electric pianos in a single pedal. Not only does this pedal transform your guitar tone into one of four classic electric piano tones and three percussion instruments with jaw-dropping realism, it performs like a champ. There are two great ways you can blend in your dry guitar signal, giving you even more sonic territory to explore. Plug in and you'll see why the Electro-Harmonix Key9 Electric Piano Machine is destined to be a classic.

A full range of presets delivers classic electric piano sounds and more

The Electro-Harmonix Key9 Electric Piano Machine is a box full of classic electric piano and percussion tones. In addition to the standard tine and reed electric pianos, you also get three percussion sounds and a glorious Tri-stereo Chorus effect. The Dynamo setting gives you the well-known "Dyno My" modded Fender Rhodes sound that ruled the '80s. For the instantly recognizable reed piano sound associated with many famous songs and bands, you'll want to use the Wurli preset. And when you need the quintessential tine-tinged tones, the Suitcase and Eighty Eight presets are the way to go. Each preset on the Electro-Harmonix Key9 Electric Piano Machine is loaded with classic effects like phase, tremolo, and chorus to give you an authentic vibe.

More than just an electric piano pedal

In addition to the electric piano's sound, the Electro-Harmonix Key9 Electric Piano Machine has a trio of percussion instruments that will expand the sound of any band. You can choose from the marimba, vibraphone, and steel drums. The Key9 pedal is also loaded with a classic tonewheel organ with rotating speaker. And last, but definitely not least, EHX built in a lush tri-chorus effect that delivers rich, textured sounds. Grab the Electro-Harmonix Key9 Electric Piano Machine guitar effects pedal and add a whole new dimension to your playing.

Two killer ways to mix your guitar with your organ effects

There's no denying that the Electro-Harmonix Key9 Electric Piano Machine's effects are absolutely awe inspiring, but you can really work some magic by blending your dry guitar tone into the mix. Lucky for you, Electro-Harmonix decided to give you two cool ways to do this. If you're like most of us, and you only gig with a single amp, then you can simply blend the two sounds together via the designated Dry and Keys knobs. But, if you're in the studio or you're more of a high-tech guitarist, then you'll appreciate the Key9 Electric Piano Machine's dual outputs, which let you run two amps or set up more complex pedalboard configurations.

EHX Ravish Sitar Emulation
Our Price: $380.00

The Electro-Harmonix Ravish Sitar is the answer. Session sitarists are not exactly a dime-a-dozen, and with its characteristic harmonic and dynamic slipperiness, the sitar is a tough instrument to emulate with a guitar pedal. Thankfully, there's Ravish Sitar, which distills the essence of the sitar into a compact enclosure, serving up a polyphonic lead voice and tunable sympathetic string drones that dynamically react to your playing. You can create your own custom scales for the sympathetic strings and set decay time for the lead voice. Two expression pedal inputs let you simultaneously bend the pitch of the lead voice and control the volume of the sympathetic strings. Tweak Ravish Sitar's powerful controls to conjure new organic instruments.

EHX Micro Synthesizer Analog Guitar Microsynth
Our Price: $450.00

The Electro-Harmonix MicroSynth XO is a guitar pedal that creates fat
analog synth sounds like those heard on classic recordings by some of
the finest musicians in the world. From the classic vintage sounds of
the great early Moog synthesizer to custom creations, the MicroSynth
effects pedal delivers.
EHX POG 2 Polyphonic Octave Generator
Our Price: $525.00

The Electro-Harmonix POG2 effect pedal is a polyphonic octave generator that lets you conjure up everything from the surreal jangle of an 18-string guitar to rich, thick walls of symphonic sound.