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It simply can't be denied that modern rock owes much of its sound to Electro-Harmonix and their groundbreaking guitar innovations. From Hendrix to the 90's grunge boom in Seattle, what began in the late 60's soon turned into a phenomenon that stretched to the farthest reaches of the globe. Even today, in a world full of various effects pedals, the popularity of Electro-Harmonix is still stronger than ever. When it comes to Electro-Harmonix, it's safe to say that the classic Big Muff Pi distortion pedal is their most commonly known invention. But with a quick glance through their extensive catalog, you'll learn fast that Electro-Harmonix has come a long way since 1968. Today, the Electro-Harmonix name can be found on everything from multi-track looping recorders to bass micro-synth pedals, phase shifters, tubes and even adapters.

For a complex and powerful polyphonic sound, the Electro-Harmonix Micro POG pedal gives you a milkshake thick sound, and works amazingly for both guitars and basses. This three-knob micro pedal includes dry, sub-octave, and octave-up controls, and would make a superb addition to any pedal board. Another popular item is the Electro-Harmonix Freeze Sound Retainer Compression guitar effects pedal. Delivering infinite sustain of any note or chord, this pedal has the ability to capture a frozen moment, and turn it into a tonally unique sonic effect.

Of course, you couldn't mention Electro-Harmonix without bringing up the USA Big Muff Pi distortion/sustainer pedal. Just like the iconic Big Muff Pi of the 70's, this reissue has three controls to let you dial into the greatest harmonic distortion/sustain ever produced. In short, no electric guitarist should ever go without trying this legendary pedal.

While some trends fade into obscurity, other trends build off their popularity and use it as a springboard into even greater things. The Electro Harmonix name may have started out on fuzz pedals, but it didn't take long before their logo was adorning a massive range of guitar products and accessories.  With a reputation for quality, durability, and affordability, the popularity of Electro-Harmonix will only continue to grow amongst beginner and professional guitarists alike.