Reverb Rules TC Electronic is synonymous with some of the best sounding reverbs out there - think of a song with reverb on it you've heard in the last 20 years and chances are it's us. We're talking from Michael Jackson to Dire Straits all th...
"Thanks to awesome dad for using his workshop to craft a new organ pedalboard, now with hinges to slot into the keyboard and hold it in place so no more need for gaff tape! We've cleaned it up and rewired it, ready for the Gypsy Caravan tour! Signal Chain: Korg ??Black Finger (12v AC) ??Deluxe Memory Man (24v DC) ??Neo Ventilator Leslie Sim (12v DC) ??Wiggler (Tremolo/Vibrato) (12v AC) ??Wah Pedal (9v DC) ??Volume Pedal??Hall of Fame Reverb (9v DC) ??Amp(eg) all powered by the CIOKOLATE power supply, can handle an insane number / variety of voltages."more
Pedalboard used in conjunction with Marshall: "My live ‘board is pretty simple - essentially just a tuner, an octave pedal, and a couple of subtle boost pedals. 90% of the core sound is from the guitar and amp, then a clean boost is used just to push the amp a bit harder into overdrive. I use the guitar volume for most of the tonal variations. Main pedals used are as follows: Free The Tone FINAL BOOSTER - Fantastic clean boost… the great thing is when set at zero and kicking it in there no tonal/level change whatsoever - it only adds to what’s already there. Has a nice natural sounding buffer in it too. Sonic Research ST-200 Tuner - Accurate and reliable strobe tuner that works great especially for the ‘half a step down’ tuning I use. Easy to see on dark stages too! T-Rex ALBERTA - Nice subtle tubescreamer type pedal, smoother and warmer sounding than the classic TS pedals. Normally just kicked in now and then with the Strat. T-Rex OCTAVIUS Octave pedal with switchable clean boost - This is great and is used mostly with the old cello slide guitar. The guitar has a really low output so the extra boost on here works perfectly to beef things back up. Voodoo Lab PEDAL POWER 2 PLUS - Silent, super reliable and efficient power supply! Brightonion Pedals TRUE BYPASS LOOPER - Any pedals that aren’t true bypass run through this, plus it keeps things nice and easy to switch on and off during a gig as every thing is at the front! Other pedals I use now and then: Klon Centaur, JHS Charlie Brown, Free The Tone Red Jasper, ZVEX Box Of Rock" -Aynsley Listermore
Fender was with Beach Fossils at El Rey Theater and they shared all this on Instagram. You can see the Hall Of Fame next to the MXR Carbon Copy. Dustin uses it for his voice with the Carbon Copy (he said it in the 'mini interview' at the same day). Screenshot made from Fender's Instagram.more
This is an image of Eli's pedalboard, which is sourced from [this article](http://www.strymon.net/2015/04/16/this-weeks-preset-eli-maimans-shut-up-and-dance-and-different-colors/) from Strymon effects pedals. You can see his TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb pedal in the bottom left.more
"Inside the Pedalboard Rack System is: Voodoo Lab GCX Audio Switcher, SHURE UR4D Dual Wireless Receiver, Lovepedal Amp Eleven, 2x Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer, Ibanez TS10 Tube Screamer, Vertex Boost, MXR Carbon Copy, Way Huge Echo Puss, Way Huge Supa Puss, T.C. Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb, and Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus" - [Vertex Effects about his recent-built pedalboard](https://www.vertexeffects.com/blog/chase_bryant_artist_showcase)more
It’s hard to believe this a pedal. It really sounds like a much more expensive rack unit. I like to put reverbs and delays after the volume pedal. A cool trick is to switch from a lead sound to a clean sound with the delay on. It gives the illusion that the lead sound is overlapping the clean sound for a moment. After I play the last note of the lead sound, I turn the volume pedal down, switch my overdrive off, and start playing rhythm. The overlapping repeats were generated from the lead sound, so it sounds very seamless. This would be impossible if the delay was before the volume pedal. Also, swells are particularly nice using this configuration.more
my (cams) rig is a fender musicman 65 through an avatar 212, I play a squier cyclone and my typical pedal chain is: tuner —-> fulldrive 2 (JHS mod) —-> Boss DD-20——> T.C. Electronic Hall of Fame just picked up a Dirty Little Secret MK1 and a Smart People Factory Ego Booster that may replace the fulldrive but we’ll see!!more
"I have a T.C. Electronic Hall of Fame reverb; a Destination Rotation by Option 5, which is a Leslie-style pedal; a CMAT Mods phaser; and a Zvex Distortron, which I use to just to boost the signal a bit. The ZVex is a great pedal because it doesn’t cut the low end. It works well for high or low gain."more
Reverb Rules TC Electronic is synonymous with some of the best sounding reverbs out there - think of a song with reverb on it you've heard in the last 20 years and chances are it's us. We're talking from Michael Jackson to Dire Straits all the way up to Lady Gaga and back and everything in between. We collected the iconic reverb sounds you know and love into a neat little package that simply sounds so insanely good, you gotta try it.
Range Is Everything Hall Of Fame allows you to experiment and play with reverb the way you see fit. With 10 different reverb types from plates to springs to churches and back, you'll never be without a great reverb sound the way you imagine it.
Reverb Reigns Free We don't believe in telling you what to do with your tone, and that reflects in our Hall Of Fame pedal. We've given you a wide range of routing options that compliment the sound and vibe of what you have going on or want to achieve. And we even provide an analog dry-through so your dry signal can be mixed in unaffected.
Control Is The Verb It's amazing that 3 tiny Decay, Tone and Level controls can give such a wide range of tonal options - bright and springy, warm and bouncy or gigantic dark reflections, it's all there in spades - and then some. This guarantees Hall Of Fame Reverb will have you coming back for more time and time again and that it will follow your creativity.
Big selection of sounds, which I don't particularly like using. I tend to just sit on the Spring Reverb as I would imagine most guitarists would do. A lot of the other settings just seem a little operatic to me. But the control you have over this pedal is awesome. Also it doesn't seem to take anything away from my signal. The pedal suits simple effects users (like me) and sonic wizards a like. The Toneprint is also heaps of fun, especially when it adds a new dimension to the sound like Troy Van Leeuwen's tremolo reverb.
While the standard effects are indeed awesome (I use plate for pad tones and church for regular use) the Toneprint function allows me to shape my favourite reverb the way I want to. Now isn't that cool or what?
To be totally honest, this is one of the few pedals I've never really experimented with. I knew the sound I wanted from my reverb and had a pretty good idea of how to get there so with an educated guess I'd dialled in the right mode and had it all set within about 5 minutes and haven't changed anything other than the FX Level ever since!
It sounds phenomenal, and that's pretty much all I have to say on the matter..
I really like it, and you get most of what you really need from this pedal. With that said, I have tried some strymon stuff, and know what I am missing when it comes to really lush reverb tones.
This pedal got 10 different reverb types and that's what makes it really versatile. It's easy to use during live shows and rehearsals. Both the DECAY knob, FX LEVEL and TONE knob really gives me the opportunity to fine adjust the different reverb sounds.
Jonsi custom in the TonePrint setting :-) However, I'd suggest getting the nano version of this pedal if you want to use this alone. I do and it is a waste of all the other great settings (unless you record too). I don't like switching things between songs live if I can help it, so I have another Ghost Echo reverb as my passive reverb for all occasions.
The versatility of TC's pedals sucks me in yet again. So many different reverb types, so many controls and parameters, and tone-print returns just in case there aren't already enough options. Love this little beauty, it lives on my board permanently.
Tc Electronics is becoming every year a more valid pedal company and this is the result. The HoF is a very good sounding pedal considering the low price! In the package you get 10 different type of reverb, the controls (decay,tone,fxlevel,pre dealy) are very effective and easy to use. The build quality is good as expected with true bypass and the possibility to run in in stereo. This may sounds as a common thing in reverb pedal but i challenge you to find all these features and quality in this price range. And then there is the "toneprint" in wich you can store your own preset created on the app provided by Tc Electronics website.
This is an "always on" pedal for me. It does ambient verb settings INCREDIBLY well, room verb settings very well, and the rest is unimportant to me. TonePrint software is incredible. Pick one up, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Variety is the word I'd use to describe this red pedal. Plenty of different options that allows you to spend a lot of time turning the knobs and creating nice atmospheres around your sound.
As a side note, I'd be more than happy when TC Electronic (and many other manufacturers) include a power adaptor with every pedal effect they sale. But that's another issue.
Good sounding reverb. I keep it mainly on a high decay church setting. The other sounds are pretty good. I would recommend to a beginning guitar player who is looking for their first reverb.
O Hall of Fame é meu pedal mais recente... uso ele praticamente só no Church.. ele é bem util em musicas que o clean predomina como Untying the Knot. É bom pra fazer uns sons "ambientes", e também pra dar um sustain em riffs e solos.
At face value the HOF is a good pedal especially when you compare it to say the Strymon pedals. However you would be wrong to think that to get the sound of more expensive reverbs you have to buy more expensive pedals. The HOF has many types of reverb to choose from and with your Android or iOS phone can beam Artist created reverbs to the pedal if you choose to. Where the HOF really shines is that you can connect to a computer with tone print and edit the type of reverb and how you want it to sound and the program the parameters you want the sound to work in via computer. Like all TC Electronic Toneprint capable pedals, toneprint gives you that ability to create your own sound like Blackstar ID amps do. Meaning the HOF at face value gives you a lot of options to sculpt your sound but with the computer you can go deeper in tweeking that sound. Something I am not going to get with more expensive pedals.
while some of the sounds achievable with this pedal are great, I personally am not a huge fan of pedals, especially when it comes to reverb. The spring sound was very touchy and sounded quite tinny to me for a rhythm sound, however the "lofi" sound was amazing for spacy leads and simply unique tone. for those wanting to explore spacy, creamy tones without spending a ton on boutique pedals, this is the pedal for you. However, those looking for a more natural sounding and simple reverb, I would recommend the EHX Holy Grail.
The thing I love about this pedal the most is that there are various settings already on it (i.e. Church, Room, Plate, Hall). These help with the idea of what sound you are going for. The decay rate is a little bothersome, going from not a lot to overpowering very quickly. Very good though with other pedals, especially delay
You can dial any type of reverb for any kind of venues and rooms. It's easy to use and you can even download pre-made settings with your phone. There's a reason why this is a favorite by many world class guitar players.