HeadRush Pedalboard Guitar Multi-Effects Processor

The HeadRush puts Eleven Rack amp sims and effects modeling at your feet with a 7" color touchscreen. Drag & drop to build your dream rigs, plug in and play.

Guitarists, meet the HeadRush Pedalboard -- an intuitive board designed with meticulously-crafted models! Featuring a finely tuned quad-core processor and powered by its exclusive Eleven HD Expanded DSP software, the HeadRush Pedalboard delivers the most versatile, realistic-sounding and responsive amplifier, cabinet, microphone and FX models ever found in a floorboard guitar FX processor.

Keep your HeadRush Pedalboard in tip-top shape with regular firmware updates from HeadRush's website.

7-inch High Resolution Touch Display

The guitarist-oriented user interface enables you to touch, swipe and drag-and-drop to instantly create and edit your rigs in an unprecedented realistic and intuitive way.

Quad-Core DSP System

The HeadRush Pedalboard utilizes a purpose designed quad-core system that has been tailor-made from the ground up to deliver the fastest and most powerful guitar FX processing ever.

Gapless Preset Switching

Switch between lead and rhythm sounds smoothly without any disruption or glitches in audio.

Individual Footswitch OLED Screens

Each footswitch features an assignable color LED along with a scribble-strip style OLED display that dynamically updates to provide useful feedback.

Looper with 20 Minutes of Record Time

Individually peel layers off in the reverse order they were added, change playback speed, playback direction and loop length on the fly.

Hands-Free Edit Mode

The large display also gives ultra-clear feedback read more when performing live, especially when making slight changes to your tone using the "Hands-Free Mode."

Integrate Your FX and Outboard Gear

The FX loop can conveniently integrate pedals or outboard gear at any point in your signal chain.

Record and Re-Amp Via USB

Directly record and re-amp to/from your computer via the integrated 24-bit 96kHz audio interface.
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Dimensions: 24" x 12" x 3.12"

Amplifiers (33)

- 59 Tweed Deluxe
- 59 Tweed Bass
- 64 Black Lux Vib
- 64 Black Lux Norm
- 64 Black Vib
- 65 Black Sr
- 65 Black Mini
- 65 J45
- 66 Ac Hi Boost
- 67 Black Duo
- 67 Plexiglas Vari
- 68 Plexiglas 50W
- 69 Plexiglas 100W
- Blue Line Bass
- 82 Lead 800 100W
- M-2 Lead
- Sl-100 Drive
- Sl-100 Crunch
- Sl-100 Clean
- 92 Treadplate Modern
- 92 Treadplate Vintage
- 93 Ms30
- RB-01B Red
- RB-01B Blue
- RB-01B Green
- 82 Lead 800 Bass Mod
- 89 Sl-100 Ext Range
- 82 Lead 800 Bright
- 67 Black Shimmer
- 59 Deluxe Gain Mod
- 68 Plexi El84 Mod
- 66 AC Hi Boost Mod
- 69 Blue Line Scoop

Cabinet (15)

- 1X8 Custom
- 1X12 Black Panel Lux
- 1X12 Tweed Lux
- 1X15 Open Back
- 2X12 AC Blue
- 2X12 Black Panel Duo
- 2X12 B30
- 2X12 Silver Cone
- 4X10 Tweed Bass
- 4X10 Black Sr
- 4X12 Classic 30W
- 4X12 65W
- 4X12 Green 25W
- 4X12 Green 20W
- 8X10 Blue Line

Microphone (10)

- Dyn 7
- Dyn 57
- Dyn 409
- Dyn 421
- Cond 67
- Cond 87
- Cond 414
- Ribbon 121
- Dyn 20
- Dyn 12

Distortion (6)

- White Boost
- Green Jrc-Od
- Dc Distort
- Black Op
- Tri Fuzz
- 8-Bit Crush

Dynamics/Eq (5)

- Gray Comp
- Dyn111 Comp
- Graphic Eq
- Para Eq
- Bass Eq

Modulation (11)

- Multichorus
- Chorus
- Flanger
- Vibrato
- Air Filter
- Air Flanger
- Vibe Phaser
- Orange Phaser
- Tron Phaser
- Stone Phaser
- Rotary

Reverb/Delay (7)

- Stereo Doubler
- Air Reverb
- Eleven Reverb
- Spring Reverb
- Tape Echo
- Bbd Delay
- Dyn Delay

Expression (5)

- Volume
- Shine Wah
- Black Wah
- Wham
- Harm
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 22 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 30 x 17 x 7 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): Headrush Pedalboard
with HeadRush FRFR-112 Powered Cabinet
Shipping Weight: 57.75 lbs

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 401-658-3131
Web: https://www.headrushfx.com/support

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. (20 ratings)
Submitted January 27, 2022 by Kenneth B in Glenside, PA
"Glad I chose THIS modeler"
Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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First of all, I am pretty sold school when it comes to amps and effects. A simple tube amp pushed with a couple of tube screamers, the on board reverb from the amp itself, and some modulation like delay and chorus. I joined a band a few years back that was about to go into the studio to record an album the year before covid struck. As a result, I ended up buying a Pod HD500X as a way to try to consolidate the effects that I might need all in one unit. I used it mainly as a "pedal board" in front of the [tube] amp as if it were my old analog board full of individual pedals. Needless to say, the recording project got pushed back because of the pandemic, and I was stuck at home, with a lot of time to play around with the processor. It was "good" but it left me wanting an easier to use option. As you could imagine, what that kind of time on my hands, I did a lot of floating around the internet just looking at possible modelers. All of the names. Kemper, Helix, Axe FX, Fractal, and this HeadRush board. Out of everything that was out there, the HeadRush board seemed to be VASTLY easier to try to figure out. Pushing my late 40s now, I don't really 'enjoy' learning new technology the way I did in my teens and twenties, so I didn't want a steep learning curve just to be able to use this thing. I spent a day while it was being shipped looking over youtube tutorials as to how to use it. Only took me a few hours of messing around with it once it got here to dial in the tone that I had on read more the HD500X. If you can use your cell phone, you can figure this board out. The effects sound convincing and the amp models really seem as good as the competition's offerings (even if this board doesn't have quite as many jammed into it). We are about three weeks out from going in to start laying down the guide tracks for this LP [finally], and this will make things much easier to navigate when each little tone will be more heavily scrutinized. The ability to tweak it on the fly will save time (and thus MONEY) in that studio environment. No deep dives into large menus to try to make a minor adjustment. Gives me a lot more freedom to just try to play my parts instead of worrying about the setup itself. I think this board is a bit underrated as far as the amps and cabs as well. I still will be running it to my amplifier and mic-ing it up as I do still like the "feel" that tubes give when playing. But who knows, I may use some of the sims as well. Built like a tank. A bit heavier than I had expected. Should hold up well under live applications (though that was actually not a problem with the 500X either). I highly recommend this unit if you want to get something that doesn't take a degree from Berklee in sound engineering to get started making music.

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I play anything from Rock, to jam band stuff, to country and blues and even in the church praise band. Can't say that I am great
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