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Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ Machine Pedal

Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ Machine Pedal

The Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ Machine transforms your axe into nine different organs, everything from a massive cathedral organ to an oh-so-'60s rock organ.

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Submitted August 19, 2016 by Richard Y in Geneva, NY
"WORTH EVERY PENNY"
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Great organ sounds and so simple to use. Only thing I would like to add that it would be nice to be able to change tones remotely but still well worth the money.
Musical Background:
Playing Guitar professionally since I was 14 years old (1959)
Musical Style:
Right now doing Country and Classic Rock but have done it all
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Submitted March 15, 2021 by a customer from mms.att.net
"A Musical Pedal for Weirdness"
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I bought the pedal for its ability to transform my guitar into an organ but instead was catapulted into a world of supernatural vibes and haunting melodies that you only hear from reading 1950's horror comics.I heard the demos but I'm not getting any of the demos except on number 8, the Continental. Not saying its a bad thing or its defected, I really like what I get out of this box. I do get organish sounds but I also get the weirdest, blackest overdrives I ever heard. Maybe, I'm suppose to play it different; the way I play and the sounds emitting from it got me in other realms of the sonic spectrum I never knew existed. Its that much of a mojo-machine in my arsenal right now. You thought EQD Rainbow Machine was weird, well this is easier to digest, tastes great and sounds are in your control instead of wildin' out on its own. Also speaking of EQD, I have the Organizer, and the B9 blows it out the swamp. Sure you get organ tones for a cheaper price, but the B9 tones are very convincing, reactive to the strings and you get 9 different sounds to play with, its a crazy machine you need for studio recording. For live, if you are the experimental type, this will open you up to new frontiers.
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Submitted November 26, 2016 by Eugene Flowers in Gulfport, MS
"A much needed peice of equipment"
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As a gospel guitarist I need to have a keyboard player, however with this I always have an organ player in my guitar case. Love it . The only problem is you will have to have a amp with two inputs or two amps for a good sound.
Musical Background:
Gospel artist
Musical Style:
All
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Submitted March 15, 2015 by ronald basden in allton, IL
"EHX. B-9 ORGAN MACHINE;"
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Alot of fun. I've tried several cheap rotary & organ/leslie emulating pedals in the past 10 years, or so. They were all fun but the engine was not strong enough to jam with other players, just wouldn't keep up. This pedal is great fun; seems to sound more real and full. I love it. I wish you could use an expression pedal with it that would work with the "mod" dial so you could control the ramp speed.-(that would be choice)-.Still, a great pedal reasonably priced, & not very big...... oh yeah........
Musical Background:
Been playing guitar since 1966. Play in bars now & then. Jam weekly regardless(64 yrs old)
Musical Style:
rock, blues, some mo-town. some light jazz.
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