A pedal you'll never get bored of
There aren't many pedals in existence that give you such a massive range of choice. You can experiment with delay in more ways than ever thanks to the Grand Canyon's 13 different modes.
Enjoy gorgeous, natural-sounding echo. Apply complex-sounding reverse delay with ease. Shift your pitch and add digital delay. There's even a tap tempo feature to ensure your timing stays precise. The list goes on and on. No matter your playing style or genre, you'll find a voice that's perfect for your music.
Make your sound massive
A pedal that gives unrestrained potential to your music. The Electro Harmonix Grand Canyon features a looper mode that gives you up to 16 minutes of recording time, allowing you to record plenty of your magnificent delay effects and store them for later use. There are also unlimited overdubs, meaning you can build and layer a track as much as you like. You can make a single guitar line sound like an entire orchestra. Capture immense sound.
The perfect addition to your pedalboard
A unit to comfortably slot into your effects collection. You'll be able to add the Grand Canyon into even the fullest of pedalboards thanks to its top-mounted jacks. This means the pedal can easily sit flush against other units on your pedalboard, minimising the space it takes up. This gives you the freedom to grow your collection even further. Although, with the extreme power and versatility of the Grand Canyon, you might decide that you don't need to.
Crafted by the kings of effects
Made by the best. Electro Harmonix, founded in New York City in 1968, have rightfully earned their place in the history of popular music. Their effects boxes have been heard in the music of some of the industry's greatest artists for 50 years.
Their initial breakthrough came with the invention of the Big Muff Pi pedal in 1969. This top-quality, high-clarity fuzzbox was quickly adopted by Jimi Hendrix. He would use the pedal to craft the iconic, fuzz-driven sound that he became synonymous with at the end of his career. Electro Harmonix had already passed into rock legend, and they'd barely been around a year.
They continued to release pedals that were considered the best on the market. As such, the list of esteemed artists who were Electro Harmonix fans speedily grew. You can track their pedals through some of the best music released across the decades. Pink Floyd in the 70s. New Order and U2 in the 80s. Then Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana, Oasis, Radiohead, and more. All the way up to the present day with Jack White and Arctic Monkeys. Electro Harmonix are the effects masters. It's time to experience why.
Echo: 24-bit digital delay with bit crush/sample rate reduction and low/high pass filtering
Mod: Modulated delay, yields flanger, chorus, vibrato, and more
Multi: Multi-tap delay, set the exact number of echo repeats up to 31
Reverse: Reverse delay with an intelligent pluck detection algorithm
DMM: Deluxe Memory Man, recreates the tone of the EHX bucket-brigade delay pedal
Tape: Tape delay, simulates analog tape echo including tape distortion, wow, and flutter
Reverb: Lush plate reverb plus echo
Pitch: Polyphonic pitch shifting plus digital delay creates pitch-shifted echoes
Shim: Shimmer generates a rich octave-shifted wash
Sample/Hold: Sample and hold, senses a note being plucked and produces echoes indefinitely until another note is detected
Drum: Magnetic drum echo that emulates a classic Binson Echorec-style delay
Double: Thickens up a mono signal or creates a stereo spread
Looper: Looper with up to 16 minutes of recording time. Includes unlimited overdubs, undo/redo, dedicated stop button, loop fade-out, reverse, and speed adjust
Pedal Type: Delay/Looper
Manufacturers: Electro Harmonix
Graphic: Grand Canyon
Power Supply: EHX 9.6V DC 200mA Power Supply (Included)
Current Draw: 150mA at 9V DC
Dimensions: 4.75" x 4" x 2.25"