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Hall of Fame Reverb is a collection of reverbs, packed in one pedal designed to handle any situation that calls for a touch (or handfuls) of rich reverberation.

 

In total, Hall of Fame Reverb offers 10 reverb types. Halls, Plates, Rooms, Chambers, etc. are designed to cover “anything from subtle ambience to full-blown cathedral greatness, ” and Decay, Color and Level controls allow for tweaking of the sounds. Further, stereo inputs and outputs, handling both instrument and line level/FX Loop signals, ensure flexible routing options.

 

The new TonePrint pedals feature a new  concept  called  ‘TonePrint’  that gives  users  access  to  the  sounds  of famous guitar heroes. A TonePrint  isn’t  just a static preset, it’s a re-tuning of  the pedal. TC Electronic has  collaborated  with John  Petrucci, Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal, Joe Perry, Orianthi and Doug Aldrich –  to create  the first batch of TonePrints,

 

A simple USB cable connects these pedals to any PC or Mac for the actual Tone Transfusion. Each pedal is capable of holding one TonePrint at a time, but the concept is unlimited as users can swap TonePrints as many times as they want. All of these custom made TonePrints can be downloaded at TC Electronic’s website for free.

 

Pricing & Availability

Hall of Fame Reverb: US$204 MSRP / €122 List (excl VAT)

February 2011

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