The Avalanche Run is the first in a series of digital pedal releases, one that offers a stereo reverb and delay with tap tempo, repeat subdivisions, reverse functions, and an assignable expression out. It reminds us of an Afterneath and a more tap...
Happy @earthquakerdev Earthquaker Day! While solo LP2 is being mixed, I thought I'd take this opportunity to let you know that this little Pedal helped me a great deal during the writing and recording of the record. It goes from subtle slapback, subtle reverb, to beautiful swells and reverse tape delay that really helped create some cool sounds and inspired some of the music that came out. Check it out for yourself and see if it doesn't open a few doors in your mind's ????more
From there, an Eventide H9 provides multi-tap delays, the Chase Bliss Total Recall delivers dark analog delays, and she uses the Avalanche Run’s swell and reverse modes to layer extra ambience atop delicate fingerpicked passages. “It’s perfect the type of music I play,” she says. “I love to play ambient stuff.” For shimmery reverb sounds, Puckett uses the Walrus Audio Fathom. Finally, the pedal she gets the most questions about isn’t a pedal at all, but an Altoids case. It’s for picks.more
The Avalanche Run is the first in a series of digital pedal releases, one that offers a stereo reverb and delay with tap tempo, repeat subdivisions, reverse functions, and an assignable expression out. It reminds us of an Afterneath and a more tape-delay-y Dispatch Master with expanded functionality in one compact box. The reverse delay and reverb are otherworldy!
The tonal quality and ease of use of this pedal continues to astound me. The tone of the delays and the reverb are just simply luscious no matter what setting you have it at. This is perhaps one of my favorite musical purchases I've ever had.