Today, I came across an interesting pedal – the Electro-Harmonix Hum Debugger. It’s a pedal to remove60 cycle hum (or other types of hum) from your signal. It’s not a noise suppressor and it’s not a noise gate. I think it’s similar to something like a Ebtech Hum Eliminator but in pedal form. It states that is doesn’t effect the tone of the instrument. Might be good if you switch from humbuckers to single coils (either splitting coils or switching guitars).
Here is the official description of the Electro-Harmonix Hum Debugger:
Listen â€“ do you hear that? That sound coming from your amp vaguely like a swarm of African killer bees coming to chase away your audience? The Electro-Harmonix Hum Debugger Hum Eliminator Pedal completely and totally eliminates hum from any audio source. It is not a suppressor. It is not a noise gate. It is absolute silence. Small and compact so it won’t take up valuable space on your pedalboard. Green LED indicates when it’s engaged.
I came across an interesting video while searching YouTube for this pedal. Could be due to the early morning (and lack of coffee) but this video cracked me up. It shows what the pedal can do, but the guy in it was cracking me up. The video is by bloodySunday77
Which then lead me to this video by GearWire: