Source Audio has continued its rollout of new products with the Collider Delay and Reverb. The unit brings together the most popular delay and reverb engines from their Ventris and Nemesis pedals into one box.
Death By Audio has teamed up with The Black Angels and the Levitation Festival to create Phosphene Scream, a “space trippin’ delay, and reverb effects pedal.” The unit was designed to pay homage to psychedelic rock legacy of Austin, Texas.
TC 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.
Walrus Audio has expanded their modulation effects with the Slö Multi Texture Reverb. The pedal was designed to build dreamlike soundscapes.
Seymour Duncan has unveiled a new digital delay and reverb pedal called the Dark Sun. Developed with Periphery guitarist Mark Holcomb, the unit draws its sound from the Andromeda Dynamic Delay and the Silver Lake Dynamic Reverb pedals.
Mastro Valvola has released a new version of their Area multi-reverb called the Area MkII. The new unit has the same features as the original with the addition of a Timed Bypass System, which the company designed to manage the reverb trails.
Fender unveiled six new effects pedals featuring original designed circuits at the 2019 Winter NAMM Show. Notable among the new stompboxes is the Downtown Express, which marks the company’s first official bass effects pedal.
Rocket Surgeon Effects Pedal Laboratory has announced a new reverb pedal called Ice Caves. The hand-wired pedal has knobs for Level, Depth, Echo, Brightness, and Ice as well as an Ambience switch.
Chase Bliss Audio has expanded their line of pedals with The Dark World, a dual channel reverb that is their first fully-digital effect circuit. The effect is a collaboration with Keeley Electronics and Cooper FX that they say celebrates classic and ultramodern reverb engine. “Its dual channel format transcends what most people think of as a reverb pedal, moving freely...
Source Audio has expanded their pedal lineup with the True Spring Reverb. The compact, stereo pedal is described as pairing spring reverb simulations with organic tremolo effects. “Our two-man engineering team of Bob Chidlaw and Jesse Remignanti put years of collective man-hours into capturing every nuance and idiosyncrasy of the spring reverb and tremolo effects from some of the music...