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Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Nano
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Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Nano
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nakadai nakadai
Publié le 08/29/12 à 02:12
Analog reverb pedal
Mains or battery 9Volt

UTILIZATION

Simple to use
Three types of reverb: spring, hall and flerb

SOUND QUALITY

At the risk of sounding like the ugly duckling, I find this very reverb below its notoriety.

Mode spring, compress your guitar sound and style in this, others do it better (eg 'Wet reverb')

Flerb mode is a useless gadget (unidentified reverb with a sort of light behind flanger)

This is what I call the EHX syndrome, rather than make one good effect in a pedal, he prefers (in 80% of cases) to at least two effects in one pedal, the second is more or less can .

Anyway ...

OVERALL OPINION

There is the way that Hall is doing ...

In summary you will spend between 90 and 100 euros for a single reverb.

Let me tell you a pedal as a "hall of fame" TC electronic, passed it to a gadget.

The moral: Save your money :)
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