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Electro Harmonix Soul Food Transparent Overdrive

Electro Harmonix Soul Food Transparent Overdrive

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£69.00 £76.00
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Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus

Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus

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£69.00 £81.00
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Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff Distortion/Sustainer

Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff Distortion/Sustainer

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£75.00 £84.00
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Electro Harmonix Single Expression Pedal

Electro Harmonix Single Expression Pedal

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£46.00 £49.00
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Electro Harmonix Nano Looper 360

Electro Harmonix Nano Looper 360

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£89.00 £103.00
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Electro Harmonix Nano Clone Chorus

Electro Harmonix Nano Clone Chorus

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£40.00
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Electro Harmonix Eddy Analog Vibrato Chorus

Electro Harmonix Eddy Analog Vibrato Chorus

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£89.00
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Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff Pi

Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff Pi

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£59.00 £67.00
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Electro Harmonix Ripped Speaker Fuzz

Electro Harmonix Ripped Speaker Fuzz

£79.00 £89.00
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Electro Harmonix Big Muff Pi

Electro Harmonix Big Muff Pi

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£69.00 £84.00
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Electro Harmonix Mainframe Bit Crusher

Electro Harmonix Mainframe Bit Crusher

£168.00
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Electro Harmonix Dual Expression Pedal

Electro Harmonix Dual Expression Pedal

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£67.00
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Electro Harmonix Triple Foot Controller

Electro Harmonix Triple Foot Controller

£40.00
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Electro Harmonix Triangle Big Muff Fuzz

Electro Harmonix Triangle Big Muff Fuzz

£85.00 £92.00
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Electro Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper

Electro Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper

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£129.00 £145.00
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Electro Harmonix Nano Bass Big Muff PI Fuzz

Electro Harmonix Nano Bass Big Muff PI Fuzz

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£69.00 £75.00
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Electro Harmonix Bad Stone Phase Shifter

Electro Harmonix Bad Stone Phase Shifter

£67.00
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Electro Harmonix Expression Pedal

Electro Harmonix Expression Pedal

£88.00
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Electro Harmonix Superego Synth Engine

Electro Harmonix Superego Synth Engine

(1)
£154.00 £165.00
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Electro Harmonix 8 Step Foot Controller

Electro Harmonix 8 Step Foot Controller

£69.00
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Electro Harmonix Pan Pedal Stereo Panner

Electro Harmonix Pan Pedal Stereo Panner

£60.00
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Electro Harmonix Grand Canyon Delay and Looper (Pre-Owned) #202010174659

Electro Harmonix Grand Canyon Delay and Looper (Pre-Owned) #202010174659

£169.00
Get it Wednesday, Sep 22
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About Electro Harmonix Pedals

The Electro Harmonix pedals introduced in the late 60s and early 70s have become some of the most iconic pedals ever made.

The Big Muff was the first pedal marketed as a ‘distortion pedal’, the Electric Mistress was the first flanger pedal, the Small Clone was one of the classic early chorus pedals, and the Memory Man was the iconic analog delay pedal. They are all over classic albums from guitarists like Dave Gilmour, The Edge, Kurt Cobain, and Jack White.

Nowadays the Electro Harmonix catalogue is vast, boasting over 150 effects all made in New York, USA. These range from modern reproductions of their classic designs to new innovative circuits. Pedals like the POG, introduced in 2005, have become modern classics.

What makes Electro Harmonix pedals different?

  • Iconic designs
  • Over 150 pedals to choose from
  • Made in America
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Electro Harmonix Pedals

    Question: What is the most popular EHX pedal?
    Electro Harmonix have several extremely popular pedals. Among them are the Soul Food, Micro POG, and of course the Big Muff and its variants.
    Question: Why are there so many versions of the Big Muff?
    The Big Muff was first introduced in 1968 and over the last 50 years has seen many changes and different versions. Each one of these versions seems to have a particular guitarist associated with them. For example, David Gilmour played the original Triangle Big Muff, Sonic Youth played a Big Muff Pi and Dinosaur Jr rocked a Russian Sovtek Big Muff. Nowadays Electro Harmonix reproduce all these variants so you can get the exact tone you are looking for.