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Electro-Harmonix

In the world of guitar effects pedals, there is no brand more iconic than Electro-Harmonix pedals. The fact that they’ve managed to stay ahead of the curve over the decades is a testament to their mastery of all things stomp-box. We are proud to announce that Midwood has recently become an EHX dealer, and look forward to displaying some of our favorite units in the showroom.

When the electronic transistor became available, inventors scrambled to cram studio effects into small footprints. The 1962 Maestro Fuzz Tone pedal introduced the world to the potential of pedal fueled distortion (inspired by faulty amplifier valves). The Rolling Stones used a fuzz box on “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, and Jimi Hendrix used an octave fuzz called the Octavia designed by Roger Mayer on numerous tracks. New York IBM employee, Mike Matthews, wanted in on the action, and began building fuzz units for the Guild Guitar Company branded “Foxy Lady” (after the Hendrix tune). In 1969, Matthews teamed up with the aforementioned Roger Mayer to design the LPB-1 (linear power booster), followed by the Bass and Treble boosters.

During the 70s, EHX released a greatest hits of effects that included the Electric Mistress, Memory Man, and Small Stone (a flanger, delay, and phase, respectively). They even designed the first pedal-based guitar synthesizer! Their most famous pedal, however, was the Big Muff. This thick, swampy fuzz box has been immortalized on countless recordings and has helped shape the aesthetic texture of hard rock and heavy metal. It’s hard to think of a more influential pedal.

Now well into the 21st century, EHX continues to release refined versions of their classic pedals, along with hybrids, and totally new innovations. From their Ravish Sitar (which emulates the droning Indian string instrument) to the Pitchfork polyphonic pitch shifter, they are constantly exploring new ideas and designs. Give us a call or stop by and add an Electro Harmonix pedal to your rig today.

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  • Electro-Harmonix Pico POG Polyphonic Octave Generator Pedal Electro-Harmonix Pico POG Polyphonic Octave Generator Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Pico POG Polyphonic Octave Generator Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix
    $240.00
    Electro-Harmonix Pico POG Polyphonic Octave Generator Pedal MGS is proud to offer the all new Pico line from Electro-Harmonix! From EHX: Music’s best octave pedal in a powerhouse pico package! EHX’s smallest and most powerful compact...
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  • Electro-Harmonix Pico Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal Electro-Harmonix Pico Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Pico Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix
    $217.60
    Electro-Harmonix Pico Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal MGS is proud to offer the all new Pico line from Electro-Harmonix! From EHX: Offering a total of 30 pitch shift options and expanded controls, the Pico Pitch Fork is the next evolution in...
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  • Electro-Harmonix Pico Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal Electro-Harmonix Pico Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Pico Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix
    $136.90
    Electro-Harmonix Pico Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal MGS is proud to offer the all new Pico line from Electro-Harmonix! From EHX: The original Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator is known for producing volume and reverse swells, backward...
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  • Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix
    $156.00
    Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator Pedal  Midwood Guitar Studio is a proud dealer of Electro-Harmonix pedals! From EHX: The circa-1980 Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay is a sought after prize among vintage pedal aficionados...
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  • Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork + Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork + Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork + Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix
    $246.70
    Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork + Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal Midwood Guitar Studio is a proud dealer of Electro-Harmonix pedals! From EHX: The EHX Pitch Fork®+ features two independent pitch shifting engines with full control over each. Both will...
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  • Electro-Harmonix POG2 Polyphonic Octave Generator Electro-Harmonix POG2 Polyphonic Octave Generator

    Electro-Harmonix POG2 Polyphonic Octave Generator

    Electro-Harmonix
    $400.00
    Electro-Harmonix POG2 Polyphonic Octave Generator  Midwood Guitar Studio is a proud dealer of Electro-Harmonix pedals! From EHX: Back in 2005, Electro-Harmonix unveiled the original POG, a polyphonic octave generator that enabled guitarists to...
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  • Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix
    $197.80
    Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork Polyphonic Pitch Shifter Pedal Midwood Guitar Studio is a proud dealer of Electro-Harmonix pedals! From EHX: The EHX Pitch Fork transposes an instrument’s pitch over a +/- three octave range and features three modes...
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About Electro-Harmonix Pedals

When the electronic transistor became available, inventors scrambled to cram studio effects into small footprints. The 1962 Maestro Fuzz Tone pedal introduced the world to the potential of pedal-fueled distortion and was inspired by faulty amplifier valves. The Rolling Stones used a fuzzbox on “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, and Jimi Hendrix used an octave fuzz called the Octavia designed by Roger Mayer on numerous tracks.


New York IBM employee, Mike Matthews, wanted in on the action and began building fuzz units for the Guild Guitar Company branded “Foxy Lady” after the Hendrix tune. In 1969, Matthews teamed up with the aforementioned Roger Mayer to design the LPB-1 (linear power booster), followed by the Bass and Treble boosters.


During the 70s, EHX released the greatest hits of effects that included the Electric Mistress, a flanger, Memory Man, a delay, and Small Stone, a phaser. They even designed the first pedal-based guitar synthesizer! Their most famous pedal, however, was the Big Muff. This thick, swampy fuzz box has been immortalized on countless recordings and has helped shape the aesthetic texture of hard rock and heavy metal. It’s hard to think of a more influential pedal than the Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Fuzz.


Now well into the 21st century, EHX continues to release refined versions of their classic pedals, along with hybrids, and totally new innovations. From their Ravish Sitar that emulates the droning Indian string instrument to the Pitchfork polyphonic pitch shifter, they are constantly exploring new ideas and designs. Give us a call or stop by and add an Electro-Harmonix pedal to your rig today.