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  • jefferyfreelancejefferyfreelance

    Small Box With Big Reverb Choices

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 05/02/15 at 12:41
    There are three things I look for in a pedal, besides the sound it makes, and they are: size, flexibility, and simple controls. The Hall of Fame Reverb by TC Electronic has checks by all those boxes, and it sounds really good, too.

    It is housed in a small rugged enclosure that is only 3.5” x 5”, which is great for saving space. It has ten different reverbs available plus a spot for a TonePrint. If you do not know what TonePrint is, it is a way to custom tune the pedal. There are plenty of TonePrints available, plus with the TonePrint Editor you can make your own versions of the different reverb types. Finally, there are only four knobs to dial in your desired sound, they are: decay…
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    There are three things I look for in a pedal, besides the sound it makes, and they are: size, flexibility, and simple controls. The Hall of Fame Reverb by TC Electronic has checks by all those boxes, and it sounds really good, too.

    It is housed in a small rugged enclosure that is only 3.5” x 5”, which is great for saving space. It has ten different reverbs available plus a spot for a TonePrint. If you do not know what TonePrint is, it is a way to custom tune the pedal. There are plenty of TonePrints available, plus with the TonePrint Editor you can make your own versions of the different reverb types. Finally, there are only four knobs to dial in your desired sound, they are: decay, tone, fx level, and type, plus a mini-switch to go between long and short pre-delay. So simple even I can navigate those controls without too much fuss. The tone knob works very well to make adjustments that can help dial in your sound.

    I thought the pedal sounded better than the Boss RV-5, and was more versatile than the Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail. The e-pedals on my iStomp did not have as many choices for reverb sounds as the Hall of Fame has preloaded. I also had a need for a gated reverb that was not available on the Holy Grail and iStomp. The TonePrint aspect of the Hall of Fame was really the deciding factor. The TonePrint Editor is fun to mess around with, but I haven’t made anything better than what I have heard from the professionals.

    The Hall of Fame is not a perfect pedal, but my problems with it are pretty minor. I wish it had more slots for TonePrints, I like those sounds much better than some of the preloaded reverb types. Although it is an option, do not run this pedal on batteries. It will eat through a 9-volt in a little over an hour. This pedal is a bit of an overkill for what I use it for in my rig. It isn’t even on my pedalboard, but sits on my amp head. I thought I would be switching through the different reverb types throughout the set, but I pretty much set and forget. I adjust the settings at sound check, then leave it on until tear down. I probably should have bought the mini version of the pedal, but I think that might be too dumbed down with the one knob control.

    As a pedal in a live situation, it works really well. I believe it shines a bit more as studio/recording tool. Being able to change the TonePrint as you want would be fun, and allow to create some very unique sounds. The reverb effect leaves the core of your tone alone, and adds the lushness of reverb very organically. I like the “Room” type of reverb best, but I think it captures the other types very well, too.

    This is a very good pedal with a couple of minor glitches. The Strymon Big Sky may be more versatile, but for the price point the Hall of Fame is an excellent purchase. Depending on how you use it you may want to get the mini version of the pedal, but I worry that you lose too many features that make this pedal shine.
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  • JLDavidJLDavid

    Probably very good

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 07/17/14 at 06:44
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    Reverb-only, many types, including a configurable or "downloadable" in the "Footprint" label

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration very simple pedal. Loading a Footprint too. on the other hand, edit your own preset Footprint is a bit more sporty.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It looks good, according to all the other reviews. Why is there so much used on the other hand?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I, also, bought used via AF. I plugged in, I looked at the system Footprints and I tried some and I made the rounds of all the reverbs, turned the knobs, disconnected, returned to its box, relisting AF, and sold a few days later. An hour clock.
    I'm not saying it's a bad pedal, moreover no one would bel…
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    Reverb-only, many types, including a configurable or "downloadable" in the "Footprint" label

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration very simple pedal. Loading a Footprint too. on the other hand, edit your own preset Footprint is a bit more sporty.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It looks good, according to all the other reviews. Why is there so much used on the other hand?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I, also, bought used via AF. I plugged in, I looked at the system Footprints and I tried some and I made the rounds of all the reverbs, turned the knobs, disconnected, returned to its box, relisting AF, and sold a few days later. An hour clock.
    I'm not saying it's a bad pedal, moreover no one would believe me. But I like program-reaching effects and there - apart from the single Footprint - I realized that it was very limited and I will not bore quickly.
    However, if you do not have the same disease as me, rather hold account other reviews of this topic.
    (I take this opportunity to express my amazement at the culmination of the site Audiofanzine Everything is, everything is easy, great job guys. Never let go of us!)
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  • CT-64140CT-64140

    very good value for money

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 12/18/13 at 16:40
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    See opinion very comprehensive lurker # 1 (thank you!)


    UTILIZATION

    Ultra-simple setup! as rightly said Reverend in his opinion, even a guitarist will reach the set! :-))

    The manual is clear if one has the internet for download. TCelectronic a sticker comes with the pedal, but not the manual! This should be cheaper and it's a little pub. For those who wish to free advertising for TC to thank them not providing a manual, I will gladly give in them my sticker!

    A review of this site indicates that you can not store custom preset. In fact, you can make one and store it in the selection TonePrint types of reverb. It should be edited and "inject" into the pedal from the software…
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    See opinion very comprehensive lurker # 1 (thank you!)


    UTILIZATION

    Ultra-simple setup! as rightly said Reverend in his opinion, even a guitarist will reach the set! :-))

    The manual is clear if one has the internet for download. TCelectronic a sticker comes with the pedal, but not the manual! This should be cheaper and it's a little pub. For those who wish to free advertising for TC to thank them not providing a manual, I will gladly give in them my sticker!

    A review of this site indicates that you can not store custom preset. In fact, you can make one and store it in the selection TonePrint types of reverb. It should be edited and "inject" into the pedal from the software "TonePrint Editor" (free and works on PCs or Macs, and I think tablet) which also allows very complete settings. This preset then remains permanently until there is not replaced by another. Note that we can, from a mobile phone, "inject" into the pedal, while its selector is "Toneprint" settings (more or less interesting) "prefabricated" and donated by TC electronic. Some find this gadget, others not ... Say it is used at home or in repeated, but, in my opinion, not on stage. Personal presets can not (a priori ... but check) to be "injected" into the pedal by means of telephone, why the TonePrint Editor and a computer or tablet software seem indispensable.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Overall, the effects seem very successful.

    For my part, for reasons of taste, I use mainly 2: Hall and Church.

    I do not like the reverb Mod Type: the effect of modulation added (not adjustable directly on the pedal) seems too strong for my taste - but a "Tone print" staff stored in the pedal overcomes the thing .

    It is in judgments of taste.

    Contrary to what I read in a review below, the tone control seemed effective, its effectiveness probably depends on many factors: microphones (and knobs, and possibly active electronic) instrument, amp , type of connection (serial or parallel), pedal position in the chain of effects and internal selection pedal "true bye-pass" or not, etc ...

    This is, in my opinion, a clean reverb! precisely controllable and adjustable. Its range of possibilities must meet the needs of most musicians who do not want to € 400 in a pedal probably better - but not much more. In any case, I think the Hall of Fame does not have to blush before its more expensive sisters!

    Used on 3 different amps: Laney Cub 12R, Egnater Rebel 112 and Combo Hughes & Kettner Tubemeister 18 combo, either in series or in parallel, I was very satisfied with this Hall of Fame ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for more than a month and I quite "peeled" from every angle.

    I have not tried other models''. I relied on the satisfaction that I have a TC electronic M-One XL that my sound team.

    The +:
    - Easy!
    - Quality and purity of sound!
    - Price / quality ratio
    - Low profile in a pedal
    - Opportunity with a switch inside the pedal to select or deselect the "bypass" mode and "kill dry"
    - Pre-delay selector (called so prosaic, pre-delay allows the reverb to snap a little after the emission of sound that keeps the note attack and clarifies the game )
    - For lovers of studio: Stereo
    - Seems to behave on different amps as well as a long chain of pedals that I imposed.

    The -:
    - No power supply
    - No printed manual (technicality rather referred here to the principle, even a guitarist will come out without a manual for the principle yes-because TC electronic does not provide, for example, manual with his Nova!! Modulator in my opinion unusable as-is)

    The value for money? Excellent in my opinion.

    A pedal that is not destructive and very excellent from this viewpoint. If I did not have a reverb pedal, this is the one I would buy!
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  • le reverendle reverend

    Reveeeerrrrbbb!

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 12/06/13 at 04:43
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    Simple Reverb and everything is written on the pedal or below.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple Config: you turn the knobs, listen, if we're happy allowed if you are not contetn buttons etc. we return ...
    Even a guitarist can be used (mais. .. wait ... I do what I like instrument? The guitar, oh yeah)
    In fact I'm always set to the same type of reverb, so for me the possibilities of the pedal are sufficient widely.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Good sound quality for the use I make of

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year let's say, irregularly. I put this little pedal on my pedal board when I mmon reverb on amp? Yes indeed, it is there for when I do not take the amp. In my setup "light…
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    Simple Reverb and everything is written on the pedal or below.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple Config: you turn the knobs, listen, if we're happy allowed if you are not contetn buttons etc. we return ...
    Even a guitarist can be used (mais. .. wait ... I do what I like instrument? The guitar, oh yeah)
    In fact I'm always set to the same type of reverb, so for me the possibilities of the pedal are sufficient widely.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Good sound quality for the use I make of

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year let's say, irregularly. I put this little pedal on my pedal board when I mmon reverb on amp? Yes indeed, it is there for when I do not take the amp. In my setup "light", I plug my pedalboard in a Torpedo CAB plugged directly into a console. So there, I had a nice reverb.
    The HOF is the job I have to use one tenth of its possibilities, but compared to what I play is more than enough. I do not touch that mix in fact, just to mitigate or force a little effect, but nothing extreme.
    In this use (very limited, but good huh, I scratch myself) it's a good pedal.
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  • audiopat.krzaudiopat.krz

    CORRECT

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 08/26/13 at 06:49
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    The format and the top plate under the pedal away with the pick, super cool.
    Still doubt the fact that the direct sound is not treated. I hear a difference, but it feels small.

    UTILIZATION

    We quickly found a sound and quickly pass a reverb to another, pretty cool. The main controls are there. The tone control is not the top in this field but still nice.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I remember 5 reverbs on 10 proposed (excluding tone print).
    ROOM / HALL / PLATE / CHURCH / AMB ... are all successful (especially PLATE actually). One can go from subtle to extreme.
    The rest seems to me unnecessary.
    The SPRING is disappointing but this simulation is quite complex, it is not very su…
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    The format and the top plate under the pedal away with the pick, super cool.
    Still doubt the fact that the direct sound is not treated. I hear a difference, but it feels small.

    UTILIZATION

    We quickly found a sound and quickly pass a reverb to another, pretty cool. The main controls are there. The tone control is not the top in this field but still nice.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I remember 5 reverbs on 10 proposed (excluding tone print).
    ROOM / HALL / PLATE / CHURCH / AMB ... are all successful (especially PLATE actually). One can go from subtle to extreme.
    The rest seems to me unnecessary.
    The SPRING is disappointing but this simulation is quite complex, it is not very surprising.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Quite honest for the price and size.
    Without mincing words, I will say that it sounds a little "cardboard".
    The sound quality, however, is not to go, I think. Not very inspiring. Rather cartoonish (like modulation on the MOD reverb is very rough).
    I am separated quickly. I decided to put the price and taste excellence STRYMON.
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  • gragrattegragratte

    quality!

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 09/24/12 at 12:35
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    10 types of reverb + the TonePrint allows to download additional reverb

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, you select the reverb that you want with the rotary knob and is refined with the rest of the settings ie "decay", "tone" and volume effect "fx level."
    We can therefore position with TonePrint, download additional preset with the supplied USB socket or a smartphone app. This works very well and keeps the best preset in the Favorites app, it's great! (You can see the demo on the site, just remember to update the pedal downloading firmeware for this to work)

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are the tops! I use it mainly with a live electroacoustic sound, I plug in stereo and there…
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    10 types of reverb + the TonePrint allows to download additional reverb

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, you select the reverb that you want with the rotary knob and is refined with the rest of the settings ie "decay", "tone" and volume effect "fx level."
    We can therefore position with TonePrint, download additional preset with the supplied USB socket or a smartphone app. This works very well and keeps the best preset in the Favorites app, it's great! (You can see the demo on the site, just remember to update the pedal downloading firmeware for this to work)

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are the tops! I use it mainly with a live electroacoustic sound, I plug in stereo and there is huge!
    It's true that I prefer the "spring" of my tube amp, but other reverb are superb.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have not tried tons of reverb pedals, but I know when it rings and then I'm happy.
    This quality effect pedal in a format and 120 €, really should not go without ...
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  • Jedi64Jedi64

    Wonderful

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 06/21/12 at 00:01
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    10 Reverb downloadable with a bank,
    Digital, with a mode to simulate the analog Lofi

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy, 3 settings knob and a micro switch

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very realistic, varied and works well with guitar.
    The downloadable mode Toneprint is amazing because you can download unreleased trimmings changing the settings of the internal processor.
    the sound is very clean

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought it, and I am amazed at the quality compared to the same brand of multi pedal G system, in which the reverb I liked much less
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    10 Reverb downloadable with a bank,
    Digital, with a mode to simulate the analog Lofi

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy, 3 settings knob and a micro switch

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very realistic, varied and works well with guitar.
    The downloadable mode Toneprint is amazing because you can download unreleased trimmings changing the settings of the internal processor.
    the sound is very clean

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought it, and I am amazed at the quality compared to the same brand of multi pedal G system, in which the reverb I liked much less
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  • sergioreissergioreis

    Happy New Reverb

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 05/30/12 at 01:07
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    UTILIZATION

    Too bad we can not edit the sounds from a computer ...
    No possibility to save presets personal.
    If not the system is very nice tone print.
    It would not hurt to have a sound example for each tone print?
    Too bad there is only one slot for charging a toneprint

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are very good
    tested on guitar and bass: nickel
    Be careful not to push too hard on the knobs, the 12:00 setting is often more than enough!

    OVERALL OPINION

    used for 1 week
    I once had an EXH Hollier grail, well
    I had a boss, not bad

    if I had to make my choice when I test the same cathedral in the EHX (slightly more expensive)
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    UTILIZATION

    Too bad we can not edit the sounds from a computer ...
    No possibility to save presets personal.
    If not the system is very nice tone print.
    It would not hurt to have a sound example for each tone print?
    Too bad there is only one slot for charging a toneprint

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are very good
    tested on guitar and bass: nickel
    Be careful not to push too hard on the knobs, the 12:00 setting is often more than enough!

    OVERALL OPINION

    used for 1 week
    I once had an EXH Hollier grail, well
    I had a boss, not bad

    if I had to make my choice when I test the same cathedral in the EHX (slightly more expensive)
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  • Anonymous

    As reverbs!

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 03/27/12 at 11:02
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    What are the effects, or types of effects available?
    reverbs galore

    Are they edited? Via an editor for Mac / PC?
    location "Toneprint" is editable via USB on a computer or directly from a smartphone, after downloading the ad hoc application

    Is it a rack or rack-mount model?
    no, it's a simple pedal effects

    What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)
    given the number of reverbs available, I would bet on the digital

    What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
    2 in / 2 out (stereo would have it), the socket-type boss (center negative, classical), and mini-USB plug to be able to update the firmware and to change the edit toneprint

    UTILIZATION

    The general confi…
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    What are the effects, or types of effects available?
    reverbs galore

    Are they edited? Via an editor for Mac / PC?
    location "Toneprint" is editable via USB on a computer or directly from a smartphone, after downloading the ad hoc application

    Is it a rack or rack-mount model?
    no, it's a simple pedal effects

    What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)
    given the number of reverbs available, I would bet on the digital

    What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
    2 in / 2 out (stereo would have it), the socket-type boss (center negative, classical), and mini-USB plug to be able to update the firmware and to change the edit toneprint

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is simple? / The sound editing and effects is easy?
    there are three knobs, a 11-position rotary switch and a mini, not to mention the inevitable footswitch.
    First, choose the type of reverb you want from the 11 position rotary switch:
    - Room that simulates a "regular size"
    - Hall that simulates a large room
    - Which simulates a spring reverb springs
    - Platform that simulates a plate reverb
    - Church, which simulates a church
    - Mod that adds modulation of the reverb
    - Lofi as the name implies, dirty sound
    - Tile simulates a very very small room reverberation
    - Amb which "emulates the feeling of space" according to the manual
    - Adding a gate door of her (hence the name) to cut the end of reverb
    - Toneprint which loads a set from a choice of settings available on the TC Web site (for free, and can be changed as often as you want, and always free)
    Then set using the corresponding knobs DECAY (the length of reverb) and TONE (tone of the reverb).
    Then assayed the level of the effect using the FX LEVEL knob (100% dry to full left, 50/50 dry / wet bottom right but it depends on dip switch that I discovered tonight).
    The mini switch lets you choose between a PRE-DELAY long or short, thus leaving the original signal spend a little before the processed signal from becoming an add.
    Finally both dip switch (stashed in the warmth of the pedal) allows for one to choose if the pedal is "True Bypass" or "buffered bypass" and, for another, if the pedal is "buffered bypass ", you can mute the Dry signal on the output of the pedal. This must be used according to the manual, when the pedal is plugged into an effects loop in parallel.

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    I did that traveled diagonally, I will abstain from judging

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?
    The effects are just great, simple enough to adjust, and they sound superb!

    Which instruments do you use?
    I use it with my guitar

    Which ones do you prefer, you hate?
    for group play, I love the reverb Amb. It's hard to describe, but I would say we do not realize that she is engaged until the cut: it provides a "little extra" to the sound. The Spring Room and are also very nice. There are none that I hate, but only that I am using very little, Lofi and Tile in mind.
    An important advantage of this pedal is its location Toneprint: it can load on the fly (using a smartphone) reverb, based on models of the pedal, but whose parameters "hidden" have been adjusted by big names in music.

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long you use it?
    I use this pedal for about 8 months.

    Did you tried many other models before buying it?
    No.

    What is so special that you love the most, least?
    Most: toneprint
    The least: there is a site toneprint

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    pretty good, although I do not have too many bases for comparison

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    YES!
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  • MrVenceslasMrVenceslas

    Really

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 02/18/12 at 04:29
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    Characteristics already given, it is a reverb pedal format, compact stereo and more! (Very good)
    TonePrint functionality is a plus, too bad All the presets are not all as good as the presets already on the pedal.
    I love the look of the box!

    UTILIZATION

    Use SUPER simple and effective. Three knobs: decay, level (the original signal from the guitar is kept, it is not a blend!) And tone. A short but resonant reverb to add something to her? Too easy: decay fairly low level and tone to 14h in the middle of a long reverb (plate, hall or church).
    All presets are good and they are among ... 11! Room, Hall, Spring, Plate, Church, Mod, Lo-Fi, Tile, Ambient, and Toneprint Gate.

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    Characteristics already given, it is a reverb pedal format, compact stereo and more! (Very good)
    TonePrint functionality is a plus, too bad All the presets are not all as good as the presets already on the pedal.
    I love the look of the box!

    UTILIZATION

    Use SUPER simple and effective. Three knobs: decay, level (the original signal from the guitar is kept, it is not a blend!) And tone. A short but resonant reverb to add something to her? Too easy: decay fairly low level and tone to 14h in the middle of a long reverb (plate, hall or church).
    All presets are good and they are among ... 11! Room, Hall, Spring, Plate, Church, Mod, Lo-Fi, Tile, Ambient, and Toneprint Gate.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I find the preset spring not really successful and not natural ... Same for the tile and lofi ...
    The best for me are hall, ambient, church but the others are very usable. You can really do any mood with my stuff.
    The preset gate is ... weird, I do not really see how we can use it, strange.
    The reverb is really great to give a "trick" the sound when playing alone or even in groups, against it have to watch out assay the effect if we do not want to "lose" his own sound in the mix!

    OVERALL OPINION

    After a big month I do not find many drawbacks and is perfect on a really small pedalboard already congested and can not sublimate her that there is enormous transformation.
    For the price it's really good. To couple with a stereo delay and for even more fun, guaranteed results!
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Cool pedal

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 02/14/12 at 14:24
    TC electronics came out with this line of effects pedals a couple years ago and they have been the raging success for a lot of guitar players around the world. This pedal is called the TC electronic hall of fame reverb. This reverb is a four button control which controls your decay, tone, fx level, and then you're different types of modes. You also have a long and short pre-delay reverb switch. In addition to that the overall pedal is a stereo pedal which allows you to hook it up and running in stereo or mono operations. Overall this is a great pedal and has a load of features and for the price it really doesn't get a whole lot better than this.

    UTILIZATION

    TC Electronic Hall of Fa…
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    TC electronics came out with this line of effects pedals a couple years ago and they have been the raging success for a lot of guitar players around the world. This pedal is called the TC electronic hall of fame reverb. This reverb is a four button control which controls your decay, tone, fx level, and then you're different types of modes. You also have a long and short pre-delay reverb switch. In addition to that the overall pedal is a stereo pedal which allows you to hook it up and running in stereo or mono operations. Overall this is a great pedal and has a load of features and for the price it really doesn't get a whole lot better than this.

    UTILIZATION

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb Guitar Stompbox Features at a Glance:

    10 reverb types give you a wide range of reverbs for a world of inspiration
    TonePrint gives you instant access to custom pedal tweaks made by top guitarists
    Stereo I/O
    True Bypass preserves your tone
    Analog-Dry-Through maintains the tone of your dry signal
    Decay, Tone and Level controls
    Easy single-screw battery access
    Small footprint saves precious pedal board space
    Made with high-quality analog and digital components
    Road-ready ultra-tough all-metal chassis

    SOUND QUALITY

    You have a lot of different features that you can get with this pedal. You have basically 10 reverb types that have a larger range of different tones that can give you pretty much any type of reverb setting that you require. This pedal is also true bypass pedal, so it doesn't degrade your guitar tone in anyway. This pedal has a small MXR type box which fits nicely on your pedal board as well. Overall the tone of this pedal is a very high-quality analog and digital component pedal. if you have the tone that needs some nice reverb than this is a great priced pedal and great sound as well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    At new you can pick find this pedal for right around hundred and $150. That is a great price for a great sounding pedal that has a load of features and options. If you're looking for a inexpensive pedal for missed my beard go to reverb pedal. There are a lot of pedals out there and it can be hard to choose the right one. You must know that TC always does things very well and with a great attention to detail. They have a sound that is respectable and you can count on getting a great product every time with every unit.
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  • vincislexvincislex

    Waoow!

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 02/09/12 at 13:23
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    What are the effects, or types of effects available?
    There are 10 different types of reverb ... Hall, Church Plate, Lo Fi ... must go to the manufacturer's website

    What technology is used?
    Digital
    Are they edited?
    No! This is a simple pedal. A selector for the type of reverb. A knob to set your "tone", one for the "decay" and to mix the reverb and the guitar. No memory. You turn the knobs and basta!
    What is the connection?
    2 In and 2 Out => Stereo

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra easy to use. We choose a style of reverb and adjusted "by ear" ... It can not be simpler and creative ...

    Me, Me, I love ... You can play "live" with sound. Nothing to do with digital pedals armored p…
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    What are the effects, or types of effects available?
    There are 10 different types of reverb ... Hall, Church Plate, Lo Fi ... must go to the manufacturer's website

    What technology is used?
    Digital
    Are they edited?
    No! This is a simple pedal. A selector for the type of reverb. A knob to set your "tone", one for the "decay" and to mix the reverb and the guitar. No memory. You turn the knobs and basta!
    What is the connection?
    2 In and 2 Out => Stereo

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra easy to use. We choose a style of reverb and adjusted "by ear" ... It can not be simpler and creative ...

    Me, Me, I love ... You can play "live" with sound. Nothing to do with digital pedals armored parameters ...

    You turn the knobs, you can play, listen, we return the buttons.

    The downside, of course, is that nothing can save. Must be set by hand => for manic ... write down your settings on a sheet!

    Haaa yes! 2 small defects on the Hall of Fame and the Delay. The red LED is too bright ... so that in a dark atmosphere (local snooze and concerts) it is "dazzled" by the LED and you can not read the selection knob reverb. Damage.

    Second flaw ... type of buttons (admittedly pretty good) you can only manually adjust => Should we let go of the handle (the guitar: o) ... For example, in MXR, the buttons are octagonal and are provided with a sort of rubber sleeve that can turn the knob at the base ...

    On a reverb, it might be interesting to gradually move from short to long reverb for example finishing a piece ... impossible, so ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    So there! I am amazed! 10 types of reverb that really make a difference ... There really means to give very different atmosphere from space ... between the cathedral, or the reflection metal or spring ... there really a difference ... and it's very fun to try ... More "Tone" does not change the tone of your guitar (More or less treble) but the frequencies of the reverb sound ... ON is a sound more "low" or "highest" which reverberates ... Very creative ... I love it.

    I play with an acoustic guitar ... and honestly, it's much more enjoyable as reverb that everything I've heard included in the amps ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month ... I needed a reverb to replace the rotting of my amp Ibanez Troubadour (I'm also going to change soon) ... Having bought a TC Electronic Delay in that I liked ... I purchased the Hall Of Fame as the price and quality seemed unbeatable.

    And what a joy to discover that a ten reverb that can "color" the sound environment, change a bit how it sounds ...

    THE simplicity and robustness are really a plus for me ... I thought this would set a reverb time of any adjustment, but I catch myself tinkering with different reverb to build the mood ...

    By the way ... Here I test it a snooze in a tiny room ... When going to play left to right ... I can choose "by ear" the reverb that goes best in a given place ... We shoot 2, 3 buttons and basta ... Forget this "reactive" with a digital pedal ultra powerful and complete ... J'connais musicos who will say no ... Wait guys, I'll reconfigure my sound bank to adapt to the room ... And yet you go play in a nightclub shielded, or a house for young concrete not painted! the sound will be completely different ...

    So I put this pedal in excellent ... who does what she should do, which has a stunning and its not a fart breath ...
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  • duguy182duguy182

    indispensable if your amp does not have reverb

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 02/04/12 at 00:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    We are dealing here with a reverb pedal very complete with lots of different reverbs, I invite you to read the manual for the beast that explains it all well.

    It has the 4 knobs that are the usual level, the tone, decay, and the choice of reverb on which we will have to spend time considering the number of delay that is not counting the tone print.

    For original elements, we find the mini switch to select the delay time, easy access to the battery as might already be on the PolyTune the same brand and two dipswitches that allow a kill and either dry or not a true bypass is a buffered bypass.

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is very simple and it is very intuitive. All knobs react well, we …
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    We are dealing here with a reverb pedal very complete with lots of different reverbs, I invite you to read the manual for the beast that explains it all well.

    It has the 4 knobs that are the usual level, the tone, decay, and the choice of reverb on which we will have to spend time considering the number of delay that is not counting the tone print.

    For original elements, we find the mini switch to select the delay time, easy access to the battery as might already be on the PolyTune the same brand and two dipswitches that allow a kill and either dry or not a true bypass is a buffered bypass.

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is very simple and it is very intuitive. All knobs react well, we can find a good and it's very easy to test full-tone print and change.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound magnifies any amp. I personally preferred the ambient reverb for its sound quality and discreet side goes everywhere but essential, but all other delay can be exploited to give free rein to your imagination.
    I have not loved by not against the reverb srping but at the same time I never liked the reverbs spring, whatever the quality thing.

    The tone print artists are really great, I, for once, choose a print called dark ambient tone that gives more depth to her discreetly with a less bright tone than ambient.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ultimately, tc electronic off a major coup with this pedal as with its full range tone print. Find sounds racks tc pedal format at an affordable price with all options I say yes.

    Far ahead of the boss and other mxr, this choice I would do without hesitation.
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  • James...James...

    10 for the idea, 7 for the execution

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 10/13/11 at 14:31
    Stereo in and out. Numerous reverb types. Tone Print function. Level, decay, tone, and type control. True bypass. Your know the drill. TC came out with these pedals a short time ago. The idea was rack effect quality in pedal form. This is an idea that's been dabbled in before but TC is a company with a long history in high quality rack effects so if anyone, they deserve a shot.
    Obviously these are going to be compared to the Eventide factor series which is a bit more costly. But the same idea.

    UTILIZATION

    You can't really make it simpler. As far as small pedal reverbs go this is the most functional and intuitive control wise. I think if you're trying to get a hifi so…
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    Stereo in and out. Numerous reverb types. Tone Print function. Level, decay, tone, and type control. True bypass. Your know the drill. TC came out with these pedals a short time ago. The idea was rack effect quality in pedal form. This is an idea that's been dabbled in before but TC is a company with a long history in high quality rack effects so if anyone, they deserve a shot.
    Obviously these are going to be compared to the Eventide factor series which is a bit more costly. But the same idea.

    UTILIZATION

    You can't really make it simpler. As far as small pedal reverbs go this is the most functional and intuitive control wise. I think if you're trying to get a hifi sound from your reverbs and you don't have the know how to control 100 different parameters properly on a rack unit or one of the eventide boxes.

    SOUND QUALITY

    That's not to say the hall of fame can only do hifi reverb sounds. It really tries to cover all the bases and succeeds at most of them. The lofi reverb is good for that surf rock sound if that's what you want. I can't really find a use for the gate reverb and the mod and church reverb feel a bit excessive and not really needed. But hey, no one is complaining. I mostly use the more traditional ones like the room and hall reverbs. The spring is nice for a more vintage sound.

    The thing is though, this isn't the best sounding reverb ever. The Eventide Space I personally think is a little bit better. It's also a lot more money, so keep that in mind. I think the Hall of Fame is priced really well. It's extremely versatile. Most of the reverbs range from good to decent. None are really bad. It doesn't have that 3D sound that the pricey units do.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I eventually sold mine to buy an Eventide Space pedal. As pedals go, I think it's the best reverb. Bottom line, if you want rack reverb, get a rack unit. If you want something in between, get either of those units depending what your price range is. For everyone else...well there's the Holy Grail from EH? Seriously. My final word is that this is a nice reverb for the price.
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  • jakovitchjakovitch

    How beautiful a beautiful reverb

    TC Electronic Hall of Fame ReverbPublished on 10/07/11 at 08:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    We have a dozen types of reverb in a pedal sound, ideal for small pedalboard as supplied 9V. Different reverbs are selectable via a manual selector, 3 other pots will adjust the volume, color (tone) and the length of the reverb. A small switch used to adjust the pre-delay: either short and the reverb begins when the attack of the note or chord, or long and the reverb is triggered after the attack of the note or agreement. True bypass switch. May be missing a switch to a setting in memory, history to have two sounds accessible on foot (we would like to be so!)

    UTILIZATION

    With a little research at the settings, there is a priori of all reverbs useful for guitarists, bassists and o…
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    We have a dozen types of reverb in a pedal sound, ideal for small pedalboard as supplied 9V. Different reverbs are selectable via a manual selector, 3 other pots will adjust the volume, color (tone) and the length of the reverb. A small switch used to adjust the pre-delay: either short and the reverb begins when the attack of the note or chord, or long and the reverb is triggered after the attack of the note or agreement. True bypass switch. May be missing a switch to a setting in memory, history to have two sounds accessible on foot (we would like to be so!)

    UTILIZATION

    With a little research at the settings, there is a priori of all reverbs useful for guitarists, bassists and other instruments surely. The tone-print provides access to reverb and more "signature" downloadable from TC Electronic. To date, the reverb tone-print available I was not blown away. That said, those plants are already very beautiful.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I have long hesitated between this pedal and a rack spring reverb amps van. The lower cost of TC has won and I'm not disappointed at all in the end. Finally we get closer, compared to other digital reverbs from the warmth of a true mechanical or reverb tube, with even less buzz.
    Spring and hall reverbs have my preferences. Tile is very nice also (fairly short reverb dirty, good for blues, rock, punk. The other reverbs all have a little something to inspire a mood, a song, all I wondered what!

    OVERALL OPINION

    TC Electronic comes on strong with these cost-tone print. The value for money is exceptional. Flashback strongly in my pedalboard!
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