NAMM: Two New From Electro Harmonix

16 second delay and POG on show in Nashville      23/07/04

NAMM: Two New From Electro Harmonix


The legendary Electro Harmonix 16 second digital delay has been reissued by the company and was being demonstrated alongside several other E-H pedals at the NAMM show. Capable of standard short delays as well as loop recording and the ability to play back reversed audio, the unit will be available in a limited production run. POG stands for Polyphonic Octave Generator. It is a stompbox that can add one octave up and one octave down and blend them all together with the straight through signal. Unlike previous octave pedals which have been limited to effecting single notes this one is polyphonic and can work on chords. E-H say that not only can it make a standard guitar sound like a 12-string but it can even make it sound like an 18-string. More info:
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