The EHX B9 Pedal Allows Guitarists to Generate Classic Organ Sounds

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Jun 23, 2014
References: ehx & gizmag
New York-based musical equipment manufacturer EHX has designed a wonderful new effects pedal, the EHX B9, that gives guitarists the ability to generate classic 1960s and 1970s organ sounds from their guitars. Moreover, they will be able to do this without having to use complex equipment and cable-routing techniques.

This ingenious organ machine offers nine presets featuring chorus, tremolo and vibrato effects, a percussive click control as well as a series of knobs that allow players to control signals and sound effects.

The EHX B9 uses the signal of the electric guitar (or bass guitar) to produce the chosen organ sound. Players can select the chosen organ tone using a special knob.

The EHX B9 Organ Machine comes equipped with a proprietary power supply. It carries a recommended price of $293.73, but is expected to be available at lower prices in stores.