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Harmonica Effects Pedals

Effects pedals can add real depth to your tone and make your harmonica sing! The Harmonica Company offers a range of effects pedals, from tube-replicating overdrives to reverb pedals that accurately emulate spring, plate and natural reverb sounds. We also offer delay and chorus pedals, which can give depth to your sound and allow you to explore new avenues in your musical repertoire.

Danelectro Billion Dollar Boost Pedal

Danelectro Billion Dollar Boost Pedal

£73.99

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The Danelectro Billion Dollar Boost Pedal is a reissue of a rare 80’s ‘hidden gem’. Boosts all frequencies, plus provides pure pre-amp clean with lots of gain. Clean and crisp at 50% or less, but pushes the amp into crunchy bite at 50% or more, this pedal will become your secret weapon. Works brilliantly with Class A type amps, such as our Supro Super 1 x8 to give you that pure vintage tone and response. With their die-cast steel construction and featuring high gloss ‘classic car’ finishes, the new superb range of Billionaire Pedals from Danelectro USA not only look the business, but also deliver tons of vintage tone in spades. They also have a nice wide footprint, which gives them good stability when used in a live environment. All Danelectro Billionaire Pedals are true bypass and can be powered via standard 9 volt battery or power supply unit. About Danelectro Danelectro was originally founded in the USA by Nat Daniel in 1947. During the 1940s, the company produced amps for various large US retailers, before branching out into solid body electric guitars in the 1950s. Throughout this decade they also produced own brand guitars and amps for a number of US stores. In 1966, Danelectro was sold to MCA, but was disbanded only a few years later, following an abortive attempt to take the brand upmarket and into more specialist retailers. Having been purchased by the Evets Corporation in the 1990s, Danelectro today produces a range of retro styled guitars, amps and effects pedals that hark back to their origins in the 1950s and 1960s, but which use modern manufacturing techniques to achieve great vintage tone at a reasonable price level. Be sure to check out the Danelectro Cash Cow pedal, if you're looking for more of a vintage overdrive/distortion sound.... Read more
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Danelectro Billionaire Cash Cow Overdrive Pedal

Danelectro Billionaire Cash Cow Overdrive Pedal

£83.99

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The Danelectro Billionaire Cash Cow Overdrive Pedal is an amazing, vintage-sounding overdrive pedal that works perfectly with a miked up harp With their die-cast steel construction and featuring high gloss ‘classic car’ finishes, the new superb range of Billionaire Pedals from Danelectro USA not only look the business, but also deliver tons of vintage tone in spades. Money talks. But this Cow screams! Chunky, full-bodied sounds leap from the amp with note for note clarity. From oversaturated to classic tones. If you have a volume control on your microphone you can adjust the cleanness just by altering your volume level. Huge low end. Bright chimey highs. It is all here. Welcome to the land of milk and honey! Danelectro Billionaire pedals are true bypass, and able to be powered via 9 Volt battery or power supply unit. About Danelectro Danelectro was originally founded in the USA by Nat Daniel in 1947. During the 1940s, the company produced amps for various large US retailers, before branching out into solid body electric guitars in the 1950s. Throughout this decade they also produced own brand guitars and amps for a number of US stores. In 1966, Danelectro was sold to MCA, but was disbanded only a few years later, following an abortive attempt to take the brand upmarket and into more specialist retailers. Having been purchased by the Evets Corporation in the 1990s, Danelectro today produces a range of retro styled guitars, amps and effects pedals that hark back to their origins in the 1950s and 1960s, but which use modern manufacturing techniques to achieve great vintage tone at a reasonable price level. Be sure to check out the Danelectro Billion Dollar Boost pedal, if you’re looking for a cleaner, but still overdriven, boost for you harp.... Read more
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Xvive Maxverb Digital Reverb Pedal

Xvive Maxverb Digital Reverb Pedal

£62.99

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The Xvive Maxverb digital reverb pedal features the three most popular types of reverb in one durable and convenient unit. Great for harmonica players who want to add a bit of expansiveness to their sound, but also suitable for guitarists and any musician playing plugged in. • Three reverb types: 50s Plate reverb, 60s Spring reverb and the universal music hall. These are all authentically replicated effects that allow the user to accurately emulate anything from the reverb sound of a mid-60s Fender amp, through to that of a large hall. • Blend control – allows the level to be set anywhere between fully dry and fully wet. • Mode toggle switch enables any of the three reverb types to be selected easily. • Excellent dynamic response. • Digital design with True Bypass circuitry, so it won't affect your tone when switched off • “Effects on” indicator light, so that you can easily check the pedal status in low light situations, such as gigs. • The Xvive Maxverb Digital Reverb Pedal is constructed as a micro pedal package – very small and compact. The footswitch itself provides a clearly discernible click when used - perfect for live situations where consistent response is vital. • Durable all-metal housing - will last for years. • Perfect for use with our Bulletini microphones. • Note that this pedal requires a 9V DC unit to power it. • Dimensions are 46w x 94d x 50h mm... Read more
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Xvive Sweet LEO Overdrive Pedal

Xvive Sweet LEO Overdrive Pedal

£62.99

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Xvive Sweet LEO Overdrive Pedal has a range of overdrive sounds that replicate classic Class A valve and tweed amps from the 1960s - perfect for players who are seeking mild to moderate overdrive in a package that will be durable for gigs and also sweet sounding for recording. The 'Growl' control enables you to change the overdrive characteristic from the shimmering bell sound typical of amps such as the Vox AC30 and AC15, through to the dirtier tones of fully cranked up tweed amps - and all without the need to deafen yourself or annoy the neighbours! Adjusting the volume level down will also enable a clean boost, which can be useful in live scenarios. Housed in a very sturdy metal box, with a positive action to the footswitch, and with an LED light to indicate status, this pedal is perfect for gigging. Note that this pedal will require the use of a 9V DC power supply.... Read more
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Xvive Tube Squasher Overdrive Pedal

Xvive Tube Squasher Overdrive Pedal

£62.99

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Xvive Tube Squasher Overdrive pedal features FET-based overdrive circuitry, which allows it to realistically emulate the smooth overdrive characteristics of a good vacuum tube amp. The playing dynamics are tube-like in tone and feel. The Tube Squasher is a very powerful tone-shaping tool. An internal supply voltage step-up allows more dynamic range and headroom with tight bass tones. It is a low to medium gain overdrive unit - perfect for harmonica players who want to add a classic overdrive sound to their repertoire. Controls • TONE – shapes colour of distorted signal • VOLUME – controls overall volume of effect • DRIVE – controls amount of overdrive • LO CUT – 2 position switch that can alternate between a fat full range tone and a clear, transparent sound featuring mids and highs. • Foot Switch toggle effects on/bypass (blue LED ‘on’ indicator) Note that this pedal requires the use of a 9V DC power supply (not included).... Read more
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Xvive V5 Delay Pedal

Xvive V5 Delay Pedal

£52.99

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The Xvive V5 Delay Pedal provides analog style delay from 2ms to 600ms. It has a warm vintage tone that is perfect for use with the harmonica. A whole range of sounds are available from this rugged and compact pedal, from short, slapback delay, which adds depth to solos, through to full on long, spacey echoes reminiscent of 60s and 70s psychedelia. Shorter delay time, with low levels of feedback and mix are also useful to provide reverb-style sounds -perfect if you're playing through an amp that doesn't feature spring reverb, or has a poor reverb sound. The V5 features true bypass, so when it's switched off, via the chunky and positive footswitch, you know that it's not affecting your tone. The in built LED light provides an easy to see visual indicator of its status - especially useful in gigs, where light levels are often low. Like all of the Xvive micro series, the V5 features a sturdy metal body that is designed to withstand years of use. It offers controls for echo, time and feedback, enabling you to fine tune your sound. The echo function controls the level of the effect, the time function controls the length of delay - from 2m/s to 600ms/s - and the feedback function controls the number of repeats. We also stock Xvive reverb and overdrive pedals - check out our range of effects pedals here. Note that this pedal requires a 9v DC power supply (not included).  ... Read more
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All of our pedals come in robust metal cases, built to withstand the rigours of gigging, and feature easily discernible lights to indicate their status - an important factor that is sometimes overlooked by other pedal manufacturers. Team one up with one of our amps and you have a great basis for your live performances.

Our Xvive reverb pedal is the perfect way to add authentic sounding reverb to your sound - whether live or in a recording situation.

All pedals are available to ship worldwide with fast courier and postal services and - as always - we strive to provide the highest standards of service.

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