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Electro Harmonix Worm Modulation – New Electro Harmonix Vibrato Wah Multi Effects Phaser Analogue Guitar Effect Pedal

£98.00

The Electro Harmonix Worm Modulation is an all-analog multi-effects processor featuring Phaser Tremolo Vibrato and a Neo-modulated Wah. Thats a lot of modulation for one relatively small enclosure. With expression pedal capability you can really get involved with minutely altering each effect; sweep the rate of phase vibrato and wah and alter the level of…

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The Electro Harmonix Worm Modulation is in New condition and made by Electro Harmonix , it is a great Wah Vibrato Multi Effects Phaser Analogue Guitar Effect Pedal – The Electro Harmonix Worm Modulation is an all-analog multi-effects processor featuring Phaser Tremolo Vibrato and a Neo-modulated Wah. Thats a lot of modulation for one relatively small enclosure. With expression pedal capability you can really get involved with minutely altering each effect; sweep the rate of phase vibrato and wah and alter the level of tremolo by foot- no hands needed. If you need an all-in-one solution to your modulation desires the EHX Worm has you covered. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 98 Myriads of modulation options Mental modulation capacity. The Electro Harmonix Worm Modulation lets you dial in just about any modulation sound you can dream of. Its range and rate controls offer a big sweep and radically alter the timbre of each effect making this one of the most versatile effects pedals in existence. This isnt like other jack of all trades multi-effects the Worm builds upon EHXs reputation for modulation brilliance and delivers tones that live up to the high esteem their pedals are held in. With this likely to become a mainstay in your setup its quality audio is complemented by exceptionally solid build quality- another common trait of EHX products. Housed in a robust Hammond-style metal enclosure it will handle any inevitable bumps and knocks with ease leaving you safe to dial in wacky modulation tones knowing the Worm will constantly deliver reliable performance. Features True bypass Mode selectable analog modulation effects: wah phaser vibrato tremolo Manual mode removes the modulation so the effects can be swept by hand Optional expression pedal sweep capability Tough and compact die-cast chassis 24VDC-100 power supply included 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
  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • Multi Effects
  • Multi-effects pedals are versatile devices that combine multiple guitar effects into a single unit. They offer guitarists a wide range of built-in effects, amp simulations, and signal processing capabilities in a compact and convenient package. Here are some key features and benefits of multi-effects pedals:

    1. **Variety of Effects**: Multi-effects pedals typically include a wide range of effects, such as distortion, modulation, delay, reverb, chorus, and more. They allow guitarists to access a diverse palette of tones and textures without needing to invest in individual pedals for each effect.

    2. **Amp Modeling**: Many multi-effects pedals feature built-in amp and cabinet simulations, allowing guitarists to emulate the sound of various amplifier models and speaker configurations. This versatility enables players to achieve different amp tones and styles with a single pedal.

    3. **Presets and Programmability**: Multi-effects pedals often include preset patches and programmable settings, allowing guitarists to save and recall their favorite sounds easily. This feature is particularly useful for live performances, where players can switch between different tones and effects with the press of a footswitch.

    4. **Flexibility and Customization**: Multi-effects pedals offer extensive control over parameters such as gain, tone, modulation rate, and delay time, allowing guitarists to tailor their sound to suit their preferences. Some pedals also support deep editing and customization via computer software or mobile apps.

    5. **Space-saving and Portability**: By combining multiple effects into a single unit, multi-effects pedals help save space on the pedalboard and simplify setup and teardown for gigs and rehearsals. They are also lightweight and portable, making them ideal for traveling musicians or players with limited space.

    6. **Cost-effective Solution**: Investing in a multi-effects pedal can be more cost-effective than purchasing individual stompboxes, especially for players who require a wide range of effects. Multi-effects pedals offer excellent value for money and can provide access to high-quality tones and effects at a fraction of the cost of buying separate pedals.

    Overall, multi-effects pedals are versatile tools that offer guitarists a convenient and cost-effective way to access a diverse range of tones and effects. Whether used for practice, recording, or live performance, multi-effects pedals provide flexibility, convenience, and creative potential for players of all levels.

  • New
  • Phaser
  • A phaser is a type of guitar effects pedal that creates a swirling, sweeping sound by modulating the phase of the audio signal. It works by splitting the incoming signal into two paths, shifting the phase of one path, and then recombining them. This creates peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum, resulting in a distinctive, “phasing” effect characterized by moving notches in the frequency response.

    Here’s how a phaser pedal typically works and some common features:

    1. **Rate**: The rate control adjusts the speed at which the phase-shifting effect oscillates. Increasing the rate produces faster modulation, creating a more pronounced swirling effect, while decreasing the rate slows down the modulation for a smoother, more subtle effect.

    2. **Depth**: The depth control adjusts the intensity or depth of the phase-shifting effect. Higher depth settings result in more pronounced peaks and troughs in the frequency response, while lower settings produce a more subtle modulation.

    3. **Feedback (or Regeneration)**: Some phaser pedals feature a feedback control that determines the amount of modulated signal fed back into the effect. Increasing the feedback creates more pronounced peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum, resulting in a more intense and resonant phasing effect.

    4. **Stages**: Phasers typically have multiple stages (usually four, six, or eight), each of which contributes to the overall phase-shifting effect. More stages generally result in a more complex and textured phasing sound.

    5. **Sweep (or Manual)**: The sweep control adjusts the center frequency of the phase-shifting effect. This allows you to focus the phasing effect on specific frequency ranges, altering the tonal character of the modulation.

    6. **Resonance (or Feedback)**: Some phaser pedals feature a resonance control that emphasizes the peaks and troughs in the frequency response, creating a more pronounced and resonant effect. This control can add richness and depth to the phasing sound.

    Phaser pedals are commonly used in various music genres, including rock, funk, and psychedelic music, to add movement, depth, and texture to guitar tones. They can be used to create swirling, swirling effects on rhythm parts, add dynamics to lead lines, or create atmospheric textures for ambient music. Overall, phaser pedals offer guitarists a versatile tool for shaping their tone and adding expressive modulation effects to their playing.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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