EarthQuaker Devices has introduced the Avalanche Run, a stereo delay and reverb pedal built on their new high-powered DSP platform. The model is based on requests for the company to make a stereo and tap tempo version of their Dispatch Master.
“While it is a delay and reverb just like the Dispatch Master, the style of delay and reverb is quite different,” EarthQuaker writes. “The delay has more of a tape quality with bucket brigade sensibilities and the reverb is adjustable while having more of a deep, plate-like cavernous tone.”
The Avalanche Run’s features include reverse delay mode, swell delay and reverb mode, tap tempo with subdivisons, assignable expression control, tails/true bypass modes, sound on sound style looping with adjustable length in tails mode, and auto oscillation by holding down tap switch.
The EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run will be available with a street price of $295.
EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run Pedal Features:
|Reverse delay mode|
|Swell delay and reverb mode|
|Tap Tempo with subdivison control|
|Assignable expression control|
|Tails/True Bypass modes|
|Sound-on-sound style looping with adjustable length in tails mode|
|Self-oscillation by holding down tap switch|
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