Electro-Harmonix Pedals Earn Vintage Guitar
Three popular Electro-Harmonix fx pedals have been awarded the "Approved Gear" accolade by the respected Vintage Guitar magazine. We say: we're not surprised!
We ALL know Electro-Harmonix pedals are great, right? So it shouldn't come as a big suprise that three of their pedals have recently won an award! The C9 Organ Machine, Bad Stone Phase Shifter and Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter have been named "Approved Gear" by Vintage Guitar magazine. Pete Brown of Vintage Guitar Magazine took a look at the pedals and awarded all three the Vintage Guitar Approved Gear award. Here's what he said about each pedal, plus EHX demos in case you haven't checked them out yet:
"The Bad Stone is a useful, attractively priced small-footprint pedal."
"The Pitch Fork can open a range of notes that would be impossible to find on a standard guitar."
"The C9 Organ Machine is a digital box that may just blow your mind. Honestly, it's one of the most exciting stompboxes we've plugged into."
It's fair to say it's hard to disagree with Vintage Guitar's opinion! For full review, click here.
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