JHS Pedals announces its first reverb
With almost 30 stompboxes, we thought that JHS Pedals had it all covered for the guitarist pedalboard. Except for the reverb range…
This inexplicable lack of reverb pedals is about to be fixed with the release of The Alpine, a large format stompbox based on the Sky Pedals Cloud9 after JHS Pedals recently acquired the company.
The Alpine is described as flexible and easily tweakable thanks to its dry/wet mix (Reverb), Highs (works as a high-pass filter), Depth for space and Length knobs, as well as the Shift control and associated right footswitch which offers a second Reverb control for two presets that can be used on the fly. The left switch activates a buffered bypass, the latter adds the ability to generate reverb trails instead of suddenly cutting the effect.
The pedal is also equipped with an effect loop.
The Alpine will be available on Friday November 289th for $249. You’ll find more info at www.jhspedals.com.
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