Electro-Harmonix unveils the Triple Foot Controller

Controls up to three secondary functions.

Electro-Harmonix Triple Foot Controller.

Image: Electro-Harmonix

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Electro-Harmonix (EHX) has announced the Triple Foot Controller – an external foot controller that allows users to remotely control functions of a compatible secondary pedal.

The new utility pedal joins the ranks of other such controllers including Digitech’s FS3X Foot Switch, Strymon’s Multi Switch and TC Helicon’s Switch-3 Foot Pedal.

Depending on what pedal it is connected to, the Triple Foot Controller can handle functions such as setting tap tempo, toggling through programmes and mode selection. As its name suggests, EHX’s newest creation allows for up to three functions to be managed. 

The Triple Foot Controller is compatible with a number of EHX’s pedals, including the 720 Looper, Grand Canyon Delay & Looper, Mod Rex Polyrhythmic Modulator, Superego+ and Super Pulsar. It also works well with other pedal brands as well, such as:


  • Brian May Red Special Pedal
  • EX7 Expression Factory
  • Jamman Solo Looper
  • Jamman Stereo Looper
  • Jimi Hendrix Experience Pedal
  • TimeBender Digital Delay
  • Trio+ Band Creator & Looper
  • Whammy DT


  • Eventide H9
  • Eventide Modfactor
  • Eventide Nova Drive
  • Eventide Nova System
  • Eventide Pitchfactor
  • Eventide Space
  • Eventide Timefactor


  • Strymon BigSky
  • Strymon Mobius
  • Strymon Timeline

TC Electronic

  • TC Electronic BG250 Bass Combo
  • TC Electronic BH250 Bass Micro Head
  • TC Electronic BH550
  • TC Electronic BH800

The Triple Foot Controller’s compact footprint makes it an easy fit for most pedalboards, and it also doesn’t require power to function. 

Check out EHX’s demo here:

Available now and retails for $40.80. More information at ehx.com. 

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