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Electro Harmonix Stereo Clone Theory Analog Chorus/Vibrato – New Electro Harmonix Vibrato Stereo Analogue Chorus Guitar Effect Pedal

£102.00

A classic revisited in stereo. With the Electro Harmonix Stereo Clone Theory Analog Chorus/Vibrato EHX have recreated their legendary original 1970s Clone Theory in stereo. Fitted in a smaller enclosure you still get all the chorus magic that gave Peter Hook his trademark bass sound and made it a favourite of Kurt Cobain. You can…

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The Electro Harmonix Stereo Clone Theory Analog Chorus/Vibrato is in New condition and made by Electro Harmonix , it is a great Vibrato Stereo Analogue Chorus Guitar Effect Pedal – A classic revisited in stereo. With the Electro Harmonix Stereo Clone Theory Analog Chorus/Vibrato EHX have recreated their legendary original 1970s Clone Theory in stereo. Fitted in a smaller enclosure you still get all the chorus magic that gave Peter Hook his trademark bass sound and made it a favourite of Kurt Cobain. You can hear this iconic effect on various landmark records and if you want to access this edgy modulation sound the Clone Theory is the only way to go. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 102 Iconic modulation The original analog Clone Theory was renowned for its very edgy chorus. Now stereo outputs provide lush chorus and vibrato with a sparkling wash and liquid elegance not truly audible in mono operation. The Stereo Clone Theorys depth and rate controls swing from one extreme to the other giving the user an entire realm of possibility for tone. Use both stereo outputs and completely surround yourself with sweet warm Electro-Harmonix tone. With Electro Harmonix youre guaranteed solid build quality and the Clone Theory is no exception. Built in the practically bombproof Hammond-style enclosure this pedal comes tour-ready and will withstand whatever you throw at it. This ensures reliability which is essential for a pedal that will define your tone in the way the Clone Theory will. You can feel safe and secure in the knowledge that the Clone Theory will not let you down. Specifications Power Supply: 9V battery (Included) 96DC-200BI (Optional) Casing: Tough and compact die-cast metal Dimensions: 102 (W) x 121 (L) x 89 (D)mm

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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
  • Chorus
  • A “chorus” pedal is a type of modulation effect used in guitar and bass playing to create a rich, swirling sound that simulates the effect of multiple instruments playing the same part simultaneously. Chorus pedals are popular for adding depth, warmth, and movement to the guitar tone, and they are widely used across various music genres, from rock and pop to jazz and ambient.

    Chorus pedals work by splitting the guitar signal into two identical paths. One path remains unaffected, while the other path is slightly delayed and modulated in pitch. The modulated signal is then mixed back with the original signal, creating the characteristic “shimmering” effect associated with chorus.

    Key features of chorus pedals include:

    1. **Rate**: This controls the speed at which the modulated signal’s pitch fluctuates, determining how quickly the chorus effect cycles.

    2. **Depth**: Also known as intensity or mix, this adjusts the amount of modulation applied to the delayed signal. Higher depth settings produce a more pronounced and noticeable chorus effect.

    3. **Delay Time**: Some chorus pedals allow you to adjust the delay time, which affects the perceived width and depth of the chorus effect. Longer delay times create a more spacious and immersive sound.

    4. **Tone or EQ**: Many chorus pedals include tone or EQ controls to shape the frequency response of the chorus effect. These controls allow you to tailor the tone of the chorus to suit your preferences or match the characteristics of your guitar and amplifier.

    Chorus pedals can be used in various ways to enhance your playing:

    – **Thickening**: Adding a subtle chorus effect to your guitar tone can thicken it, making it sound fuller and more expansive. This is particularly useful for filling out the sound in a band mix or creating a lush, layered texture in ambient music.

    – **Clean Tones**: Chorus pedals are often used with clean or lightly overdriven guitar tones to add sparkle and dimension. They can impart a sense of movement and depth to simple chord progressions or arpeggios, making them sound more dynamic and expressive.

    – **Lead Tones**: When applied to lead guitar lines or solos, chorus pedals can add a touch of modulation that helps the notes stand out and sound more vibrant. This can be especially effective for achieving a “shimmering” quality in melodic passages.

    Overall, chorus pedals are versatile tools that can add depth, warmth, and character to your guitar tone. Whether you’re aiming for subtle enhancement or bold modulation effects, a chorus pedal can be a valuable addition to your pedalboard.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • New
  • Stereo
  • Stereo effect pedals are guitar effects pedals that process the guitar signal in stereo, providing a wider and more immersive sound experience compared to mono effects pedals. These pedals split the guitar signal into two independent channels—left and right—and apply effects separately to each channel. Stereo effects pedals can create spatial effects, enhance the stereo image, and add depth and dimension to the guitar tone. Here are some common types of stereo effect pedals:

    1. **Stereo Reverb**: Stereo reverb pedals generate reverberation effects in stereo, simulating the acoustic reflections and ambience of various spaces. Stereo reverb pedals can create lush, expansive reverb tails that spread across the stereo field, adding depth and dimension to the guitar tone.

    2. **Stereo Delay**: Stereo delay pedals produce delay effects in stereo, with separate delay lines for the left and right channels. Stereo delay pedals can create intricate rhythmic patterns, ping-pong delays that bounce between the left and right channels, and spatial effects that enhance the stereo image.

    3. **Stereo Chorus**: Stereo chorus pedals modulate the guitar signal in stereo, creating rich, swirling modulation effects. Stereo chorus pedals can produce wide, shimmering textures that move across the stereo field, adding depth and movement to the guitar tone.

    4. **Stereo Phaser**: Stereo phaser pedals modulate the phase of the guitar signal in stereo, producing sweeping, swirling effects. Stereo phaser pedals can create dynamic stereo modulation effects that move back and forth between the left and right channels, enhancing the stereo image and spatial dimension.

    5. **Stereo Flanger**: Stereo flanger pedals modulate the guitar signal in stereo, producing jet-like, sweeping modulation effects. Stereo flanger pedals can create dramatic stereo sweeps and whooshing sounds that pan across the stereo field, adding movement and depth to the guitar tone.

    6. **Stereo Tremolo**: Stereo tremolo pedals modulate the volume of the guitar signal in stereo, producing rhythmic amplitude modulation effects. Stereo tremolo pedals can create pulsating, stereo tremolo effects that move between the left and right channels, adding rhythmic movement and spatial dynamics.

    7. **Stereo Modulation Multi-Effects**: Some multi-effects pedals feature stereo modulation effects, combining multiple stereo effects such as reverb, delay, chorus, phaser, and flanger in a single unit. These pedals offer a wide range of stereo modulation options and can create complex, layered soundscapes with enhanced stereo imaging.

    Stereo effect pedals are popular among guitarists seeking to create expansive, immersive soundscapes and enhance their overall tone with spatial effects. Whether used in stereo amplifier setups, stereo pedalboard configurations, or stereo recording environments, stereo effect pedals can add depth, dimension, and movement to the guitar tone, enriching the listening experience for both players and audiences.

  • Vibrato
  • Vibrato is an effect commonly used in music, particularly in guitar playing, that involves modulating the pitch of a note to create a wavering or trembling sound. It adds a dynamic and expressive quality to the music, enhancing the richness and depth of individual notes or chords. Here’s how vibrato works and some common features of vibrato effects:

    1. **Pitch Modulation**: Vibrato effect pedals modulate the pitch of the guitar signal, causing it to oscillate above and below the original pitch at a controlled rate and depth. This creates a shimmering or undulating effect similar to the natural vibrato produced by a vocalist or instrumentalist.

    2. **Controls**: Vibrato pedals typically offer controls for adjusting the rate (speed) and depth (intensity) of the pitch modulation. The rate control determines how quickly the pitch oscillates, while the depth control determines the extent of the pitch modulation.

    3. **Waveform Options**: Some vibrato pedals provide options for selecting different waveform shapes, such as sine wave, triangle wave, or square wave. Each waveform shape produces a different character of vibrato, ranging from smooth and subtle to choppy and pronounced.

    4. **Expression Pedal Compatibility**: Many vibrato pedals are compatible with expression pedals, allowing players to control the rate or depth of the vibrato effect in real-time using their foot. This adds a dynamic and expressive element to the performance, allowing for greater control over the vibrato effect.

    5. **True Bypass**: Like many other effects pedals, vibrato 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 pedal is bypassed.

    6. **Blend Control**: Some vibrato pedals include a blend control that allows players to mix the wet (effected) and dry (unaffected) signals. This enables subtle blending of the vibrato effect with the original guitar signal, preserving clarity and definition while adding depth and texture.

    7. **Vintage vs. Modern Voicing**: Vibrato pedals may offer different voicing options to emulate the characteristics of vintage vibrato effects or provide more modern and versatile tones. Vintage-style vibrato pedals often replicate the sound of classic amplifier vibrato circuits, while modern pedals may offer enhanced features and flexibility.

    Overall, vibrato pedals are versatile tools for adding movement, texture, and expression to guitar tones. Whether used subtly to add warmth and depth to clean passages or dialed in for dramatic pitch modulation effects, vibrato pedals offer guitarists a wide range of creative possibilities for shaping their sound.

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