Electro-Harmonix Analogizer

Analog Saturation and Boost Stompbox with Spread Control and Gain Boost
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Keep Your Tone Intact

The Electro-Harmonix Analogizer analog saturation/boost pedal is your cure for lackluster tone. The Analogizer's analog circuit path is designed to sound like the front end of a vibrant analog delay pedal, just without the long delay times. A shorter delay time (3.5ms to 65ms) is used to make subtle tonal variations or thicken up your sound. You also get up to 26dB of boost to hype your signal further. The real magic of the Analogizer is its ability to add body and glow to any signal you run through it. It's great for beefing up your tone, but it truly excels at the end of a chain of effects pedals, especially digital effects. The Analogizer analog saturation/boost pedal will add some magic to your tone!

Electro-Harmonix Analogizer Saturation/Boost Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • All-analog signal path with 26dB of gain to maximize your guitar or bass tone
  • Adds body and depth to signals that may have lost some vibe due to digital processing
  • Ideal way to keep your signal intact after a long chain of pedals
  • Spread control uses short delay times for tonal variations
  • Power supply not included, 9V battery operation
Take your tone from weak to "wow" with the Electro-Harmonix Analogizer saturation/boost pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Analog Saturation/Boost
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2"
Width 2.2"
Depth 4.3"
Weight 0.55 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number ANALOGizer

Customer Reviews

4/5
Based on 3 reviews
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4.5/5

Sweet! As you would expect from Electro Harmonix

A tone similar to the EH LPB1 but with more tone shaping controls.Works really well in conjunction with the LPB1 for a nice pallet of gain and saturation controls. Can get a really warm milky tone when cranked up. The spread is like a slapback delay. Through my 79 MKII Marshall the spread just gives it a boxy, out of phase slap back that I don't like. Kind of a cement basement quality. Although I'm sure I can find a good use for it in the recording realm. Overall a super awesome pedal that I see using in my signal chain for every recording and live application with guitar. I can see using it on voice and other instruments as well!
Music background: Pro Guitarist and Producer
4/5

Analogizer Rocks

Got this to get rid of the 'fizzies' from my POD HD400- does a terrific job of smoothing things out. Great way to keep the warmth of analog alive and kicking! If you play through a digital product, then you need to add this to your arsenal!
3.5/5

Decent Boost

I expected a lot from this boost, and it definitely lived up to my expectations. theres a whole lot of muscle in this little pedal, and the double tracking effect is very cool. my only complaint is that it's a bit noisier than other boost pedals that i've used. I'll probably replace it in the near future, but i don't think i'll ever get rid of it.
Music background: Student, P&W 2 services a week
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