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20 September 2011

Enter to Win an Electro-Harmonix Distortion Pedal

By Nancy Woo

September 2011 Mailing List Giveaway
Don't forget to sign up to be on the Online Rock mailing list during the month of September for your chance to win this month's free giveaway: a really rocking guitar pedal.

If you sign up on our mailing list with a valid e-mail, you could win an Electro-Harmonix XO Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal. Now that's a mouthful. This pedal is a best seller item from Musician's Friend and is valued at $89.25. But you could get it for freee!




Here's a short description of what this pedal is all about:
The Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker is a guitar effects pedal that taps into the sonic power of the legendary Big Muff Pi, and creates new tonal possibilities at the flick of a switch—or two. Use the Wicker switch to open up 3 high-frequency filters for raspy, sustaining distortion with top-end bite, or flick on the Tone switch to bypass the tone control for unabated tonal slam. Want the original Big Muff sound? Just switch off the Wicker and turn on the Tone. The ability to create your own personal Big Muff sound is what truly makes this guitar pedal the Wicked Wicker.
And here are some of its cool features:
  • True bypass
  • The Wicker switch opens up 3 high-frequency filters providing a sustain that is raspy and defined
  • The Tone switch completely removes the tone control, providing a devastating broadband Big Muff slam
  • With the Wicker switch off and the Tone switch on, you have the original Big Muff Pi
  • 9V battery included
  • Optional power supply available (not included)
Visit the official product page for more info. 

About the contest:

We will pick one winner on October 1st, so you have until the end of the month to enter your e-mail on our mailing list, or refer your friends to sign up if you are already subscribed. In addition to being entered in this contest to win a distortion effects pedal, you will also get our monthly newsletter chock full of our new music updates, including our artist profile, new CD reviews, artist interviews and more. But we won't clog up your inbox - we only send it once a month!

So if you're a guitar player who loves to experiment with distortion, sign up now! And refer your friends!

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