Other Guitar Effects

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Foxrox Octron3 « Guitar EffectFoxrox Octron3, Guitar Effect£ 201,- Singular Sound Beat Buddy « Guitar EffectSingular Sound Beat Buddy, Guitar Effect£ 305,- Electro Harmonix Synth9 « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Synth9, Guitar Effect£ 207,- Electro Harmonix C9 Organ Machine « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix C9 Organ Machine, Guitar Effect£ 196,- Boss VO-1 Vocoder « Guitar EffectBoss VO-1 Vocoder, Guitar Effect£ 141,- Electro Harmonix Silencer « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Silencer, Guitar Effect£ 58,- Electro Harmonix SuperEgo Plus « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix SuperEgo Plus, Guitar Effect£ 240,- Boss AW-3 Dynamic Wah « Guitar EffectBoss AW-3 Dynamic Wah, Guitar Effect£ 107,- Boss GE-7 Graphic Equalizer « Guitar EffectBoss GE-7 Graphic Equalizer, Guitar Effect£ 73,- Electro Harmonix HOG2 Synth « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix HOG2 Synth, Guitar Effect£ 422,- Electro Harmonix Lester G « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Lester G, Guitar Effect£ 186,- Electro Harmonix POG2 « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix POG2, Guitar Effect£ 294,- Electro Harmonix SuperEgo « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix SuperEgo, Guitar Effect£ 196,- ISP Decimator II G-String Pedal « Guitar EffectISP Decimator II G-String Pedal, Guitar Effect£ 276,- Malekko Charlie Foxtrot « Guitar EffectMalekko Charlie Foxtrot, Guitar Effect£ 204,- Pigtronix Ringmaster Analog Multiplier « Guitar EffectPigtronix Ringmaster Analog Multiplier, Guitar Effect£ 258,- Dunlop Heil Talkbox HT1 « Guitar EffectDunlop Heil Talkbox HT1, Guitar Effect£ 187,- Electro Harmonix Lester K « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Lester K, Guitar Effect£ 169,- Fredric Effects BugCrusher « Guitar EffectFredric Effects BugCrusher, Guitar Effect£ 125,- KMA Machines Tyler « Guitar EffectKMA Machines Tyler, Guitar Effect£ 210,- MXR M108S 10 Band Equalizer Silver « Guitar EffectMXR M108S 10 Band Equalizer Silver, Guitar Effect£ 126,- Boss RT-20 Rotary Ensemble « Guitar EffectBoss RT-20 Rotary Ensemble, Guitar Effect£ 196,- KMA Machines Moai Maea « Guitar EffectKMA Machines Moai Maea, Guitar Effect£ 196,- MXR M222 Talk Box « Guitar EffectMXR M222 Talk Box, Guitar Effect£ 169,- Okko BB-03 Power EQ « Guitar EffectOkko BB-03 Power EQ, Guitar Effect£ 160,- Alexander Syntax Error « Guitar EffectAlexander Syntax Error, Guitar Effect£ 204,- Electro Harmonix Stereo Talking Machine « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Stereo Talking Machine, Guitar Effect£ 187,- Foxrox Octron 2 « Guitar EffectFoxrox Octron 2, Guitar Effect£ 312,- ISP Decimator II Pedal « Guitar EffectISP Decimator II Pedal, Guitar Effect£ 174,- EarthQuaker Devices Tone Job V2 « Guitar EffectEarthQuaker Devices Tone Job V2, Guitar Effect£ 167,- Electro Harmonix Analogizer « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Analogizer, Guitar Effect£ 71,- Electro Harmonix XO Knock Out « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix XO Knock Out, Guitar Effect£ 61,- JHS Mute Switch « Guitar EffectJHS Mute Switch, Guitar Effect£ 52,- Mooer Pure Octave « Guitar EffectMooer Pure Octave, Guitar Effect£ 55,- Red Panda Bitmap Bitcrusher « Guitar EffectRed Panda Bitmap Bitcrusher, Guitar Effect£ 226,- Amptweaker DepthFinder « Guitar EffectAmptweaker DepthFinder, Guitar Effect£ 106,- EarthQuaker Devices Spatial Delivery V2 « Guitar EffectEarthQuaker Devices Spatial Delivery V2, Guitar Effect£ 213,- Electro Harmonix RTG Random Tone Generator « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix RTG Random Tone Generator, Guitar Effect£ 48,20 DigiTech Dirty Robot « Guitar EffectDigiTech Dirty Robot, Guitar Effect£ 107,- ISP Deci-Mate « Guitar EffectISP Deci-Mate, Guitar Effect£ 129,- Mooer Micro DI « Guitar EffectMooer Micro DI, Guitar Effect£ 49,70 Electro Harmonix Talking Pedal « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Talking Pedal, Guitar Effect£ 73,- J. Rockett Audio Designs SOS Buffer « Guitar EffectJ. Rockett Audio Designs SOS Buffer, Guitar Effect£ 79,- Mooer Slow Engine « Guitar EffectMooer Slow Engine, Guitar Effect£ 57,- Fender Level Set Buffer Pedal « Guitar EffectFender Level Set Buffer Pedal, Guitar Effect£ 73,- JHS Little Black Buffer « Guitar EffectJHS Little Black Buffer, Guitar Effect£ 80,- Orion FX Null Booster « Guitar EffectOrion FX Null Booster, Guitar Effect£ 89,- Danelectro Billionaire Big Spender « Guitar EffectDanelectro Billionaire Big Spender, Guitar Effect£ 65,- Mooer Graphic G « Guitar EffectMooer Graphic G, Guitar Effect£ 54,- Electro Harmonix Pan Pedal « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix Pan Pedal, Guitar Effect£ 62,- Amptweaker Curveball « Guitar EffectAmptweaker Curveball, Guitar Effect£ 223,- Anasounds Bumper « Guitar EffectAnasounds Bumper, Guitar Effect£ 81,- Beetronics Overhive « Guitar EffectBeetronics Overhive, Guitar Effect£ 233,- EarthQuaker Devices Interstellar Orbiter « Guitar EffectEarthQuaker Devices Interstellar Orbiter, Guitar Effect£ 202,- EarthQuaker Devices Organizer V2 « Guitar EffectEarthQuaker Devices Organizer V2, Guitar Effect£ 175,- EarthQuaker Devices Tentacle V2 « Guitar EffectEarthQuaker Devices Tentacle V2, Guitar Effect£ 142,- Electro Harmonix HOG2 Synth « Guitar EffectElectro Harmonix HOG2 Synth, Guitar Effect£ 423,- KMA Machines Belfry Buffer « Guitar EffectKMA Machines Belfry Buffer, Guitar Effect£ 79,- KMA Machines Queequeg « Guitar EffectKMA Machines Queequeg, Guitar Effect£ 133,- Lone Wolf Audio 6 Hammer EQ « Guitar EffectLone Wolf Audio 6 Hammer EQ, Guitar Effect£ 192,-

Other Guitar Effects

In this category you will find the following pedals: Talk boxes and voice effects. The classic talk box consists of a heavy-duty high / midrange driver, which is located in a closed housing. The driver is fitted with a flange onto which a hose can be connected. The traditional Talkbox is run between the speaker output of the amplifier and the speaker. When the talk box is activated, the signal of the amplifier via the hose to the mouth can be formed and must be amplified by a microphone. The easier to handle variation are boxes that contain a small amplifier and are connected to a Guitar amp. Or even pedals that can produce synthetically formed speech-like sounds. Noise Gates and Noise Filters are used primarily to suppress noises such as hum, single coil hum and high-frequency interference from the signal filtering. Simple noise gates operate as a kind of electronic switch, the signal is muted at a user defined level. Complex devices work, not only by level but also depend on the frequency so as not to cut off the signal of the decaying guitars for example. The E-Bow (Energy-Bow) generates a magnetic field wich causes a guitar string to vibrate, similar to a violin bow. It can generate endless standing flute-like sounds or controlled tipping in the overtones. The E-Bow is simply held over the corresponding string.