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  • Effect Type: others
  • Construction: Analog
  • Mono / Stereo: Mono In, Mono Out
  • Controls: Speed, Gliss, Dry, Effect
  • Modes: Auto, Latch
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Item Weight612 g
Product Dimensions18.4 x 8.3 x 15.7 cm
Item model number68327401127 1
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ASINB0086UZMCM
Best Sellers Rank 18,472 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight721 g
Date First Available25 Jun. 2012
  
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The polyphonic SUPEREGO Synth Engine reinvents sample and hold, performs fluid glissandos and creates oscillator like, synthesizer effects. It can stack sounds or create infinite sustain, it even lets you tweak attack and decay, or use its effects loop to invent novel synth patches. Indulge your guilty pleasures!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. Nelson on 3 July 2013
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So far i've used this thing to simulate:
A pipe organ
An 80s-style synth
Ambient horror sound effects (which are freakishly close to the silent hill 2 soundtrack)
NIN-style drone (via a distortion pedal in the FX loop)

If you like weird guitar sounds, just get it
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By Pete W on 1 Oct. 2013
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It's powerful and requires some experiment to avoid wild surges, but for me it's becoming a subtle and adaptable aid to solo ambient music.

Different modes (Auto etc.) make it capable of a wide range of uses.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Myers on 8 Dec. 2012
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The best you are going to get from this pedal is by using it in conjunction with other effects. Yes, it's also a version of the same companies "Freeze" pedal - which I found to be a bit hit-and-miss regarding triggering and is a LOT cheaper. This seems more efficient at that level - but you're paying bigger bucks for more than that. If I could talk to the creators at EH, I'd also suggest that they overhaul their instruction leaflets - perhaps with diagrams/better diagrams and links to You Tube or their own website - because getting the best from the Super-Ego is not easy. I found that it failed to trigger on quite a few chords and I had to adjust my playing and guitar volume to compensate for that. That's not good - the tail wagging the dog - and because of that, I really would not recommend it for live work. It also has a tendency to "boom" volume-wise - another strike against it for live work. Yes, you could put a compressor/noise gate at the end of the chain - but that stifles the effect this pedal actually produces. In conjunction with other FX this granular synthesiser has a lot of possibilities - but you're going to be 'tweaking' a lot of buttons to exploit it fully.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
EHX Has Done It Once Again! 3 Mar. 2013
By Mark Showalter - Published on Amazon.com
I've had this pedal for several months & it's a great gadget. The FX loop is very useful for pedals that you want running whenever you use the SuperEgo. I have an EHX Neo Mistress always running so I don't have to stomp another pedal when I use the SuperEgo. I must point out that like the H.O.G. This pedal is dependent on what you put in front of it. It's tone can be dramatically altered as well as how it responds to your playing. The SuperEgo allows for a lot of experimentation & to me that's one of the hallmarks of a great pedal. EHX has done it again!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Outstanding Pedal 18 Dec. 2012
By Sal Laughter - Published on Amazon.com
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This extends the EHX Freeze, and it's awesome.

One big plus is that the switch is quiet.

The additional functionality beyond what the Freeze does, Gliss and Auto and Effects loop really work together to create a pedal that really is pretty much a synth for your guitar- it does ambient pads really well. There's nothing else for guitar quite like it.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Coolest thing since the Space Station 12 Mar. 2014
By Fugawi - Published on Amazon.com
If you do any type of ambient/post rock/shoegazer stuff, you're a fool to not have this pedal in your chain! While in truth it's kind of a one trick pony, that one trick is too damn cool to pass up. Ever since I foolishly sold my Digitech Space Station to pay my rent years ago, I've been looking for a pedal to fill that void. This guy does a pretty great job of that, at least for swelly, pretty, spacey tones. As others have said, it's better if you're running other pedals in its fx loop. I am running the line6 FM4, a byang tremolo and a digitech Multi play, into the fx loop. Endless hours of fun to be had!! Not to mention what happens when I pass it through the "ambient scene" on my line6 m13!! If you're the type who can spend hours with a lava lamp making Aphex Twin/Bonobo/TWDY/Slowdive sounds, don't think, just click the buy button! While it's not really a "go to" pedal, it's beyond brilliant!
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Decent Pedal with Interesting Sound 30 Jan. 2014
By Alex Ariza - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this pedal to expand my collection of interesting sounds to mix into my band's music. I think I was more excited about the ideas I had in my head about what this pedal would be able to do than when I actually began experimenting. I don't want to dismiss it too quickly, though. I have had a few people come up to me after some of my performances asking what the heck I was doing to sustain a chord as I soloed on top of it. This pedal definitely performs better when you add effects to it's fx chain. With a tremolo or delay you are bound to get some sweet sounding background ambiance. The glissando effect is something you gotta get used to since you can control how fast you come in or out of it. Basically what I'm trying to say is that this pedal is for experimenting, it's definitely not a plug and play kinda effect, it's something you must meddle with for hours until you get what you want out of it.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Rad 19 Feb. 2013
By Daniel C. Dimarchi - Published on Amazon.com
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Some awesome s*** up in here. You can turn off the dry signal and just have your guitar sound like a stabby synth. its great.
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