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Product Review : The Best Pedalboard


The TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Mini solves the problem of pedalboard overcrowding, packs the best reverb types from the original Hall Of Fame (spring, hall, church, tile etc.) and thanks to the TonePrint PC/MAC app you can download, customize and tweak exactly the reverb you want. Ideal for the beginner looking for a decent reverb pedal that won’t break the bank.

Like a reverb and delay pedal in one, the Boss RV6 takes advantage of cutting-edge technology, providing you with sophisticated, highly musical reverb effects that range from vintage-style spring reverb to immersive, modern-sounding textures. Complete with auto-switching for easy integration into any rig, it also comes with an expression pedal input and a superb-sounding analog signal path. Perfect for the beginner wanting to step up and take a chance on the next level.

The Neunaber Immerse Reverberator comes loaded with eight reverb modes and seven forms of modulation for a total of 42 possible modes and controls for effect level, depth, and tone. Endlessly tweakable, the reverbs are natural and organic, while the shimmers softly attenuate, even bordering on synthy. A strong ally if you like control over the space in your sound, the Neunaber Immerse Reverberator is for the intermediate player looking for tweakability in a straightforward, no-fuss stompbox.

The Empress Reverb never feels over-engineered, gimmicky, or excessively complicated despite the painstaking attention to detail spent for most of its sounds. Featuring 35 presets (more than can be downloaded and recalled via firmware updates through an SD Card, realistic simulations of spaces as well as never-before-heard surreal ambiances are represented with stunning sound quality. Perfect for advanced players who are deadly serious about concocting fine atmospheric textures.

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