Today, I wanted to talk about the Worm by Electro Harmonix. I stumbled across a older video demo by Peter Stroud, but I wasn’t too familiar with this pedal at all.Â The worm looks and sounds pretty cool. It’s a ‘all analog’ effects processor with phase, trem, vibrato and modulated wah. Pretty interesting.
Here is the official description by Electro-Harmonix:
The Electro-Harmonix Worm is a guitar effects pedal with an all-analog multi-effects processor featuring Phaser, Tremolo, Vibrato, and a Neo-modulated Wah. At the heart of The Worm is a specially designed tone-bending engine that creates groundbreaking oscillatory effects.
Electro-Harmonix XO Worm Analog Modulation Multi Effects Pedal Features:
* True bypass
* Mode-selectable analog modulation effects: wah, phaser, vibrato, tremolo
* Manual mode removes the modulation so the effects can be swept by hand
* Optional expression pedal sweep capability
* Tough and compact die-cast chassis
* 24VDC-100 power supply included
Below is the video I mentioned above by EHX. This is the older chassis version. The current version comes in the smaller enclosure.
You can pick up the Electro-Harmonix XO Worm Analog Modulation pedal for $103.50 at Musician’s Friend.
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