did somebody say just Tweak?

        • Product categories

Electro Harmonix Nano Q-Tron Envelope Controlled Filter – New Electro Harmonix Wah Analogue EQ Guitar Effect Pedal

£94.99

The Electro Harmonix Nano Q-Tron Envelope Controlled Filter is a compact version of the classic Micro Q-Tron renowned for its exceptional organic and analog sound. This versatile effect pedal transcends the ordinary fitting seamlessly into a wide range of musical genres and delivering outstanding results on guitar bass keys horns and more. As a pioneer…

When you click on “Add to Basket” or “More Details,” you’ll be taken to a partner website where you can find additional information about this product. As an affiliate, we may receive a small commission for this, but it won’t cost you anything extra.

View more pedals made by:
View all pedals of the type : effect pedals

Description

The Electro Harmonix Nano Q-Tron Envelope Controlled Filter is in New condition and made by Electro Harmonix , it is a great Wah Analogue EQ Guitar Effect Pedal – The Electro Harmonix Nano Q-Tron Envelope Controlled Filter is a compact version of the classic Micro Q-Tron renowned for its exceptional organic and analog sound. This versatile effect pedal transcends the ordinary fitting seamlessly into a wide range of musical genres and delivering outstanding results on guitar bass keys horns and more. As a pioneer in envelope controlled filter technology since the 1970s Electro-Harmonix has crafted the Nano Q-Tron with a deep heritage and expertise. Designed to respond to your playing style and dynamics this pedals cutoff or centre frequency is controlled by the volume of your input signal. The result is a wide range of tone-altering effects from subtle nuances to dynamic sweeps auto-wah to ultra-funky sounds. With intuitive controls such as the Volume knob for output level Drive Control for filter sweep sensitivity and Q Control for peak bandwidth adjustment you have complete command over the desired effect. The LP BP HP Mode Switch further enhances your sonic possibilities by selecting the frequency range the filter will pass whether its emphasizing the lows (LP) midrange (BP) or highs (HP). Built with a pedalboard-friendly compact and rugged enclosure the Nano Q-Tron is ready to withstand the demands of any performance. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 94.99 A miniature Q-Tron for your board! The Electro Harmonix Nano Q-Tron is a miniature version of the classic Micro Q-Tron offering the same unique envelope-controlled filter technology in a compact size. Great news for any EHX enthusiast that wants to pack even more tone onto their existing board or slim down their rig to make transport that much easier. The small footprint of this pedal does not compromise on its capabilities! It still offers an innovative sweep direction switch for even more customised sonic exploration. Specifications Circuit: Analogue Bypass: True Bypass Audio: Mono Power Supply: 9V battery included (optional 9.6VDC-200m (A power adapter not included) Dimensions (in): 4.5 x 2.75 x 2.1 Current Draw: 10mA Year Released: 2021 UPC: 683274012384

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Electro Harmonix Nano Q-Tron Envelope Controlled Filter – New Electro Harmonix Wah Analogue EQ Guitar Effect Pedal”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About Electro Harmonix

We have one of the largest online selection of new and used Electro Harmonix music gear. If you are looking for your next pedal, we will have it online at JustPedals with fast delivery direct to you at home. Every item on the JustPedal menu is delivered by sellers to all areas of the USA & UK.

Electro-Harmonix (EHX) is a legendary manufacturer of guitar pedals and audio electronics, renowned for their distinctive sound and pioneering designs. Established in 1968 by Mike Matthews, EHX has played a significant role in shaping the landscape of effects pedals. The company’s pedals are celebrated for their innovative circuits and unique tones, earning them a dedicated following among musicians across genres. From classics like the Big Muff Pi fuzz to modern favorites like the POG octave generator, Electro-Harmonix pedals are known for their versatility and sonic character.

EHX’s product lineup spans a wide range of effects categories, including distortion, modulation, delay, and reverb, among others. Their pedals often feature intuitive controls and rugged construction, making them suitable for both stage and studio use. In addition to their iconic standalone pedals, Electro-Harmonix has also produced notable units such as the Memory Man delay/echo and the Holy Grail reverb, which have become staples in many guitarist’s rigs. With a legacy of innovation and a commitment to quality, Electro-Harmonix continues to be a leading force in the world of guitar effects, inspiring musicians to explore new sonic possibilities.

  • Analogue
  • EQ
  • While Ed Sheeran primarily relies on the natural sound of his acoustic guitar and vocals, he occasionally uses EQ (Equalization) to shape and enhance his tone during live performances or in the studio. EQ pedals or onboard preamps can allow him to adjust the frequency response of his guitar signal to suit the acoustics of different venues or to achieve specific tonal characteristics. Here’s how EQ might be utilized in Ed Sheeran’s setup:

    1. **Tonal Shaping**: EQ can be used to adjust the balance of frequencies in the guitar signal, allowing Ed Sheeran to shape his tone to his liking. For example, he might boost the midrange frequencies to bring out the warmth and presence of his acoustic guitar, or cut certain frequencies to reduce any harshness or mud in the sound.

    2. **Feedback Control**: In a live setting, EQ can help control feedback by notching out problematic frequencies that might cause the guitar signal to feed back through the amplification system. This can be particularly useful when performing in venues with challenging acoustics or high volume levels.

    3. **Room Correction**: In situations where the venue’s acoustics are less than ideal, EQ can be used to compensate for any deficiencies in the sound. By adjusting the EQ settings, Ed Sheeran can tailor the guitar tone to sound more balanced and natural, regardless of the room’s acoustic properties.

    4. **Matching Gear**: EQ can also be used to match the tone of Ed Sheeran’s guitar to the sound of other instruments or equipment in his setup. For example, he might adjust the EQ to complement the tonal characteristics of his vocal microphone or to blend seamlessly with backing tracks or other instruments.

    Overall, while EQ may not be a central component of Ed Sheeran’s guitar effects setup, it can still play a valuable role in shaping his tone and ensuring that he achieves the desired sound in different performance environments. Whether used subtly for tonal shaping or more aggressively for feedback control, EQ allows Ed Sheeran to tailor his guitar tone to suit his musical vision and performance needs.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • New
  • Wah
  • A wah pedal, short for “wah-wah” pedal, is an effects pedal commonly used with electric guitars and occasionally with electric keyboards and bass guitars. It’s known for its distinctive sound, characterized by a sweeping, resonant filter effect that mimics the human voice saying “wah.” Here’s how a wah pedal works and some common features:

    1. **Pedal Design**: A wah pedal typically consists of a foot-operated pedal and a housing unit. The pedal is attached to a potentiometer (variable resistor) inside the housing, which adjusts the frequency response of the audio signal based on the pedal’s position.

    2. **Expression Pedal Compatibility**: Many wah pedals are compatible with expression pedals, allowing players to control the wah effect in real-time using their foot. This adds a dynamic and expressive element to the performance, enabling players to vary the intensity and speed of the wah effect as they play.

    3. **Sweep Range**: The sweep range refers to the range of frequencies affected by the wah pedal. As the pedal is rocked back and forth, it sweeps through a range of frequencies, emphasizing certain frequencies while attenuating others. This creates the characteristic “wah” sound.

    4. **Q Control**: Some wah pedals feature a Q control, also known as resonance or bandwidth control, which adjusts the width of the frequency band affected by the wah effect. Higher Q settings result in a narrower band of frequencies being emphasized, producing a more pronounced and focused wah sound, while lower Q settings produce a broader, more subtle effect.

    5. **True Bypass**: Like many other effects pedals, wah pedals may feature true bypass circuitry to ensure that the pedal does not color or degrade the guitar signal when it’s not in use. True bypass preserves the tone and integrity of the instrument’s sound when the wah effect is bypassed.

    6. **LED Indicator**: Some wah pedals include an LED indicator to indicate when the effect is engaged. This provides visual feedback to the player, especially useful in low-light settings or on dimly lit stages.

    7. **Treadle Grip**: The treadle grip refers to the surface texture or material of the pedal’s foot surface. Some wah pedals feature textured or ribbed surfaces to provide better grip and control, especially when using the pedal with bare feet or in slippery conditions.

    Overall, a wah pedal is a versatile and expressive effect that adds character and flair to guitar solos, rhythm playing, and improvisations. Whether used for funky rhythm parts, expressive lead lines, or experimental sounds, a wah pedal offers guitarists a wide range of creative possibilities for shaping their tone and adding dynamic expression to their playing.

    Available for Amazon Prime