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Electro-Harmonix Attack EqualizerPublished on 02/14/10 at 20:52
The Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer is a unique guitar pedal, suitable for use with electronic instruments of all kinds. This is a vintage pedal that is no longer being manufactured. They do have a reissue of the pedal called Knockout, which sounds pretty close to this one. The Attack Equalizer has 1/4" TRS connections for input and output, and has an on/off switch. This isn't a rack mountable piece of gear as it is a stomp box.

UTILIZATION

Using the Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer is very simple, as there are only three separate parameters to work with. The pedal has knobs for fundamental, which is the volume of your original tone, one for blend, and one for attack. Even if......
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The Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer is a unique guitar pedal, suitable for use with electronic instruments of all kinds. This is a vintage pedal that is no longer being manufactured. They do have a reissue of the pedal called Knockout, which sounds pretty close to this one. The Attack Equalizer has 1/4" TRS connections for input and output, and has an on/off switch. This isn't a rack mountable piece of gear as it is a stomp box.

UTILIZATION

Using the Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer is very simple, as there are only three separate parameters to work with. The pedal has knobs for fundamental, which is the volume of your original tone, one for blend, and one for attack. Even if you're unsure off the bat what these parameters will do, after playing with it for a minute or two you should be able to catch on. A manual for the Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer would probably be pretty hard to find.

SOUND QUALITY

Let me start off by saying that the Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer isn't the type of pedal that is necessary a player of any type. It is a cool pedal to have if you're looking to have some subtle toning available at your feet. I've used the pedal with a '76 Fender Twin Reverb and a Fender Jazzmaster, so I'm getting a pretty good idea of what this pedal sounds like. I also use both a Big Muff and an Ibanez Tube Screamer, and this helps me to control the attack of my sound in great detail. I don't use it all of the time, but only in situations where I feel a tone I am already working on could use it. As always with EH, you've got a clean sounding pedal here without too much noise.

OVERALL OPINION

If one of the studios I've worked at didn't have the Electro-Harmonix Attack Equalizer, I'm sure that it isn't a pedal that I would have sought out myself, as these are pretty rare. Like I said earlier, they do have a reissue known as the Knockout, which works quite well and is a lot more readily available. If you're looking for ultimate control over your attack levels this is the perfect thing to help you level it all out, but isn't a necessity.
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Electro-Harmonix Attack EqualizerPublished on 04/23/06 at 14:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is a ... uh ... let's say an EQ, but a strange ... : D

Three controls: a two-band EQ and a blend between the sound that passes through the EQ and the original sound.

Obvious analogy, given that the age a.

UTILIZATION

It is therefore an EQ. EQ has two bands. That a particular feature funny, when you cut the two bands there is nothing. Shit. More sound.

Both bands are:
* A in the bass, which boosts rev faster, and a volume that comes standard. A 20% dj is maddening ... Handle with prcaution! They call it Fundamental, well, why not.
* A in the treble, Appell Attack, or the name of the thing. In fact, it is just the AC and increases the attack of the note, exactly. Good......
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This is a ... uh ... let's say an EQ, but a strange ... : D

Three controls: a two-band EQ and a blend between the sound that passes through the EQ and the original sound.

Obvious analogy, given that the age a.

UTILIZATION

It is therefore an EQ. EQ has two bands. That a particular feature funny, when you cut the two bands there is nothing. Shit. More sound.

Both bands are:
* A in the bass, which boosts rev faster, and a volume that comes standard. A 20% dj is maddening ... Handle with prcaution! They call it Fundamental, well, why not.
* A in the treble, Appell Attack, or the name of the thing. In fact, it is just the AC and increases the attack of the note, exactly. Good point.

Since there is nothing between these two bands, the output was no more mediums ...

The BLEND in the middle allows rcuperer a bit, and bring some life to make something a little softer.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is ... uh ... violent, let's say. It's a bit of a crazy pedals, a sort of EQ SPECIFICATIONS, pushed to Strode. Especially ...

I really like this kind of DLIR from EHX, but under normal circumstances, I prfere a real EQ controls with real ...

OVERALL OPINION

What sail. An old thing of EHX, yet. I love it. But it is still a museum piece, not really a trick to use on a daily basis.

Mine is in my warm and I go out occasionally for fun, it is not usual in my pedalboard.

Note: Notes taken by eye as always ....
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  • Manufacturer: Electro-Harmonix
  • Model: Attack Equalizer
  • Category: Graphic equalizer pedals
  • Added in our database on: 04/19/2004

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