SNAMM06: Electro-Harmonix Introduce Smaller Pedals

GB Nano and Micro range make their debuts      19/07/06

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No doubt influenced by the difficulty of fitting some of their larger offerings on a guitarist’s pedal board, E-H have intoduced two ranges of pedals that take up less real estate. The Nano and Micro ranges take some familiar effects usually found in larger enclosures and shoe-horn them into boxes that should sit nicely on a board alongside other compact pedals.
Nano Pedals:
  • Nano Bassballs (twin envelope filter)
  • Nano Clone (chorus)
  • Nano Small Stone (phase shifter)
  • Nano Muff (fuzz/overdrive)
  • Nano Dr. Q (funky envelope follower)
  • Nano Switchblade (channel switcher)
  • Nano LPB-1 (power booster)
  • Nano Pocket Metal Muff (metal distortion)
Micro Pedals:
  • Micro Q-Tron (envelope filter)
  • Micro Stereo Pulsar (stereo tremolo)
  • Micro Metal Muff (metal distortion)
  • Micro Clone Theory (stereo chorus)

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