Mega Music are dedicated to all things musical, and Electro-Harmonix are dedicated to way-cool guitar effects pedals. So we get along quite well.
Mega brings you Electro-Harmonix effects pedals, a stunning range of distortion, reverb and many, many others. For those taking a journey out of this world, then synthesizer pedals like Clockworks, POG, HOG2, Superego and Ravish take a guitar places where normal people don’t dare. But not everyone wants ‘normal’ anyhow, right?
Shoot off to a plethora of new worlds with an Electro-Harmonix pedal at Mega Music. Or just make yourself sound a bit better...up to you.
The Switchblade+ offers a convenient solution to a player’s switching needs. Route your signal to either output A or B, or send it to both at once. Connect a tuner or effects pedal to its dedicated Tuner output. With a fully passive audio path and active LED indication, the new Switchblade+ is your utilitarian sidekick.
The classic Deluxe Electric Mistress Flanger is now available in a compact die-cast package with a number of enhancements to make the venerable analog pedal more user-friendly for today’s pedalboard using players.
An exact recreation of the original LPB-1 circuit that ushered in the age of overdrive in 1968. Put the LPB-1 in line with any effect to provide boost and definition. Improve the gain and saturation of your amp.
Reissue of the original 1969 Muff Fuzz. Crank up your amp and dial back the guitar volume and you have the perfect rhythm overdrive. Adds just a touch of funky dirt with an edge. Sounds like a vintage tube amp with a worn but warm speaker.
Not one, but two narrow filters sweep your tones under control of the envelope, generating very unique vocal-like sounds. A distortion switch enriches the harmonics. The response control varies the sweep range determined by your attack. Not only designed for and great on bass guitar, but also very funky on guitar.
Back by overwhelming demand... in a mini package! The cult classic Green Russian Big Muff first shook the ground in the mid-1990s. Since then it has been heralded by guitarists and bassists for its devastating low-end and unique sludge and sizzle. The Green Russian Big Muff creates a huge tone that is all its own, but is undeniably Big Muff.