Electro Harmonix Switch Blade


User Reviews of the Electro Harmonix Switch Blade

  • Submitted by AULOS from Hereford Uk (480 points) on Jun 3, 2008
  • I have the new "Nano" Switchblade. It's a good cheap and cheerful piece of kit. I run both outputs of a "Boss DD-5" (stereo out/mono out) into it so I can flick in between live which is only a slight change unless I use 2. The in/out is opposite to "Boss" Pedals so I run it upside down. The thing is it's also passive so it works right out the box. You can use it just for an easier stage show, for switching amps/guitars/pedals or use it as a bypass to tune.
  • Good Points: Passive, Would survive a nuclear holocaust, True Bypass
  • Bad Points: A/B Only not A/B/Y
  • Price Paid: US$32.00
  • Purchased At: Ebay
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  • Submitted by jkndrkn from Gainesville, FL (26 points) on Apr 8, 2007
  • Mine is the "nano" reissue of this pedal. Useful for cutting between two sound sources abruptly. Useful for sharing a channel between two sound sources when you have limited inputs on your mixing board.
  • Good Points: Cheap, compact, no power required.
  • Bad Points: Only an A/B pedal, not an A/B/Y.
  • Price Paid: US$35.00
  • Purchased At: noisefx.com
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  • Submitted by grizzlor from Springfield, PA (664 points) on Apr 17, 2006
  • it's an a/b switch. i picked mine up for $25, because it was altered from the original. DO-NOT-PAY-VINTAGE-PRICES MAKE YOUR OWN! IT'S VERY EASY! DO-NOT-PAY-VINTAGE-PRICES MAKE YOUR OWN! IT'S VERY EASY!
  • Good Points: a/b switches are very useful. another way to differ your sound
  • Bad Points: a mint vintage one will cost you...lots for no good reason.
  • Price Paid: US$25.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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