EarthQuaker Devices Launches the Ledges Reverb Pedal

EarthQuaker Devices Ledges Reverb PedalEarthQuaker Devices has expanded its pedal lineup with the Ledges Tri-Dimensional Reverberation Machine. The “tri-dimensional” aspect of the pedal refers to its three-mode reverb, which can save and recall six presets.

“The three switchable modes each deliver a unique blend of reverb, but are connected through a spectrum where the Room (R) reverb’s longest setting is the Hall (H) reverb’s shortest setting, the Hall (H) reverb’s longest setting is the Plate’s (P) shortest setting, and the Plate’s longest setting just keeps on going,” the company explains. “The Room setting at its shortest achieves a small, boxy room sound that gradually gets bigger as you turn it up. As you increase the Hall setting, it morphs into a Cathedrals™-style reverb that becomes really big, boomy and echoey with distant reflections. Turn up the Plate setting to get bouncy reflections that recycle and reverberate forever.”

In addition to the reverb modes, EarthQuaker built in a Mix knob for controlling how much of your signal is affected. The Length knob sets the size of the reverb, and the Damping knob mutes the high-frequency reflections of the reverb.

You can hear it on bass in the company’s demo video at the 5:45 mark.

The EarthQuaker Devices Ledges Reverb pedal is available now for $199.

EarthQuaker Devices Ledges Reverb Pedal Features:

Three switchable modes each deliver a unique blend of classic reverb tone:

  • Room Mode: from small to large room reverb
  • Hall Mode: from hall to cathedral-style reverb
  • Plate Mode: from large plate to mega plate reverb with nearly infinite reflections

Easily save and recall six user-assignable presets
User-assignable expression control over each of the three parameters
Two global operating modes which are indicated by the color of the Save/Recall switch: Green = Live Mode / Red = Preset Mode
Buffered bypass switching with tails features Flexi-Switch® Technology
Lifetime warranty
Current Draw: 80 mA
Input impedance: 1 Mohm
Output Impedance: 100 ohm

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