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Q-Tron Envelope Filter
Also see Q-Tron+
your Groove! The Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron - the phattest, funkiest envelope
filter ever made! Features like switchable Boost and Filter Mix mode allow
for an unlimited supply of all-new auto-wah effects that drip with
attitude. Increased frequency response and improved signal-to-noise ratio
make the Q-Tron perfect for use with any instrument. Bootsy Collins and
George Clinton already have theirs - How about you?
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||"No band in the whole world has gotten more
mileage out of Electro-Harmonix pedals than Ween," claims cofounder Mickey Melchiondo
(aka Dean Ween). The duo has been using EH effects since they first got started in 1984,
exploring every musical genre from Beatlesque pop to Afro-Caribbean funk. Dean says the
Microsynth and Deluxe Memory Man are always on hand, and much of the bandís second album, The
Pod, was done through the Stereo Polychorus. Known for an oddball sense of humor and an
acute gift of parody, Ween has released such albums as God Ween Satan, Chocolate and
Cheese, White Pepper and The Mollusk.
||The mastermind of the Parliament/Funkadelic
collective during the 1970s, George Clinton revolutionized R&B, twisting soul music into
funk by adding influences from several late-'60s acid heroes like Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, and
Sly Stone. The result was more than 40 R&B hit singles and three platinum albums. Clinton began
recording solo albums in the early '80s, occasionally performing live with his former bandmates
as the P.Funk All-Stars.
||Elliott Randall's guitar solos on Steely Dan's
"Reelin' in the Years" and the motion picture soundtrack for "Fame" have entered him into the
annals of Rock 'n' Roll history. In addition to playing and/or recording with artists like
The Doobie Brothers, Asia, Carly Simon, The Blues Brothers and Peter Frampton, he's composed
a slew of well-known jingles for clients including Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Budweiser and MTV.
||Guitarist Tim Mahoney started 311 along
with singer/guitarist Nick Hexum, singer S.A. Martinez, drummer Chad Sexton and bassist P-Nut.
Founded in Omaha, Nebraska in 1990, the band hit mainstream prominence with their self-titled
album in 1995, which spawned such radio hits as "All Mixed Up" and "Down." They followed that
success with the albums Transistor, Live!, Soundsystem and From Chaos.
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