Which EHX Organ pedal is better, and why? C9 or B9?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by muku, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. muku

    muku Supporting Member

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    Are these pedals workable(and musical) or is there some inherent issues that 6 stringers need to know to play them at gigs?
    Recording wise do they take time to setup and the need to condition the track to sound full , or?
    Are they best to get two speaker, stereo outputs to get a Leslie approximation?

    I haven't tried either one.
    The B9 looks like it came out last June and the new C9 looks very interesting.
    Are these musical at many settings or do the sales / YouTube videos, just get that sweet spot and fade the edges, or something?
     
  2. Matt L

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  3. muku

    muku Supporting Member

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    Thanks Matt, I am gassing for these.

    Basically I love to do partial chords. I learned long ago to leave space in the mix for the bass player and other mid players / singers. Passing and transition triple stops at low volume are really comfortable sounding instead of full strums, on the beat, for a whole set.


    Still would love to find out how to mod the MIX pot to an expression pedal and get Leslie rotation changes!
     

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