Electro-Harmonix introduces Soul Food
Along with the Xmas victuals, Electro-Harmonix is feeding the guitar players’ soul with a new stompbox.
Soul Food is a more affordable clone of the legendary Klon Centaur overdrive pedal, designed by Mike Matthews.
The pedal circuit allows, according to EHX, for more headroom and a higher sound definition and you can choose between two true and buffered bypass modes.
Soul Food offers three Volume, Drive and Treble knobs and ships with a 9.6V DC power supply ; you can also use a 9V battery.
Visit www.ehx.com for more.
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