Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ Machine Pedal
Prepare to B inspired with the EHX B-9 Organ Machine!
With 9 presets that were finely tuned to emulate the most legendary organs from the '60s and beyond, the B9 Organ Machine will transform your guitar or keyboard. Control the instrument's signature percussive click and sweet modulation. Blend your dry signal to create lush layers. Enough tonewheel and combo organ inspiration to light your fire and cook up some green onions!
- Transform the tone of a guitar or keyboard into that of a convincing full body, electric organ
- 9 presets that were finely tuned to emulate some of the most popular and classic electric organ tones
- Control over percussive attack level, modulation speed, organ and dry volume
- Rugged and easy to use
- EHX 9.6DC-200 PSU includeD
Utterly staggering! My band has advertised for a keyboard player for a long time and we've found absolutely no one capable of meeting our needs. The B9 has completely transformed our sound. Such songs as A Whiter Shade of Pale, I'll Put a Spell on You, Gimme Some Loving and many more sixties songs that require the keyboard sound are now easily played on guitar with amazing authenticity. My one criticism is that the 9 volt transformer lead is very flimsy and the plug insufficiently robust for hard gigging wear where reliability is essential, so a more robust power source would be an improvement. I'll find a way round that though. Although Electroharmonix also do a C9 and also a Key9, for piano-type sounds, it's a pity they haven't captured the harpsichord sound for a song like For Your Love. I'm sure it will happen, though. A superb product!
excellent sound and easy to use
This is incredible. Sack your keyboard player
Sounds overall very good, but needs some practice to obtain best results. Connection via a good quality compressor would make it more easily controllable. Generally though, pretty happy with the B9, it does what it says on the box.
Very useful pedal to emulate a realistic range of classic organ sounds. I've used both a Tele and a keyboard as inputs and both work fine to produce the B9 sounds. There's no delay on the signal and the response is immediate. The guitar works best when the bridge pickup is used. Changing between the 9 presets has to be done manually via a rotary switch so I will mount the unit on a short stand rather than on the floor then I can also hit the on/off with my hand. Bought this together with the C9 which gives a different range of sounds. Best new price was from GAK. Useful where a keyboard/organist is not available or as part of a solo setup.