TC Electronic Introduces the Hall of Fame 2×4 Reverb Pedal

TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2x4 Reverb PedalTC Electronic has expanded its line of pedals with the Hall of Fame 2×4 Reverb. The pedal builds on their existing Hall of Fame pedal with four pressure-sensitive footswitches that let you quickly change presets. The preset bank lets you store up to eight presets of the 16 reverb algorithms. The footswitches also enable you to add expression to your reverb.

“All of the footswitches on Hall of Fame 2 X4 feature our pressure-sensitive MASH footswitches,” the company explains. “This award-winning technology lets you use reverb much more actively instead of just as an always-on effect. Each MASH switch can control up to 3 different parameters at once and using the TonePrint app you decide which parameters you want.”

Other features include six TonePrint slots, a dedicated pre-delay knob, true spillover, and comprehensive MIDI support. The TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2×4 Reverb is available for pre-order for $249.

TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2×4 Reverb Features:

4 pressure-sensitive footswitches for complete control of ambience
4 MASH footswitches let you toggle between reverb sounds instantly
New Shimmer reverb uses SUB 'N' UP OCTAVER algorithm for other-worldly sounds
Preset bank switch lets you easily access up to 8 stored reverb presets
10 quality reverb types plus 6 TonePrint slots that let you store effects and artist TonePrints
Pre-delay knob for fine-tuning reverb response time provides total reverb control
MASH footswitches give you powerful effect-specific real-time parameter control
Craft reverbs and assign MASH functionality with free TonePrint App (PC, Mac, iPhone, Android, and iPad)
Works flawlessly with both guitar and FX loop level signals
Expression pedal and MIDI inputs let you control parameters and switch presets remotely
Mono and Stereo inputs and outputs give optimal versatility
Analog-Dry-Through maintains integrity of analog dry signal path even when reverb is on
3-Year Warranty Program
Designed and engineered in Denmark

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