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US Electro-Harmonix posts a video of their new KEY9 pedal in action      08/09/15

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Well, we brought you their teaser pic a couple of weeks back and now Electro-Harmonix have posted a video featuring their new KEY9 pedal in action. The KEY9 emulates electric pianos and more from a guitar input, and EHX says that each preset of the 9 presets lets guitar players control the fundamental parameters that help define that instrument's sound. Some of the presets include adjustable modulation like tremolo, phaser and chorus.

The company says that the KEY9 completes a trilogy forged by the B9 and C9 Organ Machines. Shame they didn't stick with that  tradition and call it the K9 - we were looking forward to all the dog and bitch jokes...

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