Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Oceans 11 Reverb Pedal

Electro-Harmonix Oceans 11 Reverb PedalElectro-Harmonix has unveiled the Oceans 11, a pedal that packs in eleven reverb styles into one stompbox. Its effects are described as ranging from essential to exotic.

The reverbs include hall, spring, plate, reverse, echo, tremolo, modulated, dynamic, auto-infinite, shimmer, and polyphonic styles. A mode button allows for switching between three variations of many of the reverbs for further functionality, plus it has some behind the scenes tweakability.

“The pedal also features powerful, yet intuitive “hidden” parameters accessible thru its Secondary Knob Mode that enables the player to take greater control of its effects,” Electro-Harmonix writes. “An internal Tails switch provides a choice of whether the reverb effect fades out naturally or stops immediately when the pedal is switched to bypass. In most settings, the pedal is also capable of producing infinite reverb which can be played over with a fresh reverb effect complete with adjustable parameters.”

The Oceans 11 is available now with a street price of $147.80.

Electro-Harmonix Oceans 11 Reverb Pedal Features:

HALL:Reverb characteristic of a grand concert hall
SPRING:Pays homage to vintage Fender tube reverbs
PLATE:A lush plate reverb
REVRS:Emulates the reverse reverb effect created in studios where a note’s reverb fades-in backwards
ECHO:Reverb plus delay, a digital delay feeds into the Plate reverb
TREM:Reverb plus tremolo applied to both the wet and dry mix of a Hall reverb
MOD:Modulated reverb, a combination of various modulations creates rich reverb tails
DYNA:Three dynamic reverb algorithms: swell, gate and duck
AUTO-INF:Auto infinite reverb that triggers a reverb wash for each note or chord. When a new one is struck, the previously resounding reverb wash crossfades to the new one
SHIM:Shimmer generates a rich octave-shifted reverb wash
POLY:Polyphonic reverb, two configurable bi-directional pitch shifts

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