We're very pleased to announce that the latest Issue of Guitar Interactive is now live and features Texas blues legend Stevie Ray Vaughan on the cover. Also in Issue 20 Stuart Bull meets renowned fusion guitarist Al Di Meola and rising Blues star Oli Brown is interviewed by Tim Slater. We also have our usual high dosage of honest and in-depth guitar and gear reviews plus our brand new studio related section 'Making Tracks.'
EHX’s Epitome, brand new this year, promises to be a Swiss Army knife of effects
pedals - containing three of the company’s top units in a single stompbox.
Michael Casswell reported for duty.
Electro Harmonix has been around since the 1970s. Th e company’s pedals from that period
are quite collectable and sought after today, even though the electronics were fairly primitive
by 21st Century standards, and, in common with everyone else’s eff ects in those far-off days,
lacked a good buff er or true bypass operation. Back then pedals in general were noisy, hissy
and sometimes unreliable - but they were fun! I remember a boy at my school, two or three
years older than me, who had a really bad Les Paul copy slung low down by his knees with a
whole bunch of EHX pedals patched together, making out of this world noises in the school
music room that just blew me away, but also covered up the fact that he wasn’t very good.
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Electro Harmonix Epitome