TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb
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.
- TonePrint - instant access to custom pedal tweaks made by your idols
- 10 reverb types - a wide range of reverbs for a world of inspiration
- Stereo in & out - added flexibility to fit any set-up
- True Bypass - zero loss of tone
- Analog-Dry-Through - maximum tonal integrity and clarity
- Decay, Tone and Level controls - intuitive yet deep tonal options
- Easy battery access - makes changing batteries fun (well, almost)
- Small footprint - save precious pedal board space
- High-quality components - only the best will do when it comes to tone
- Road-ready design - ready to follow you wherever your playing takes you
- DC adapter sold separately
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Good, but not great
I had this for a couple of years. It certainly can hold its own with other similar reverbs, like the MXR M300, the Digitech Polara, and the EHX Ocean's 11. The toneprint feature is nice, you can hook the pedal up to your phone or your computer and create a toneprint from a template provided by TC Electronic. I felt like the more traditional reverbs, like spring and plate, were just ok, but the modulated reverbs were a little better. Also, the Hall of Fame 1 does not have Shimmer - but the Hall of Fame 2 does. Overall, I felt like all of the reverb modes were good, but none of them were great. It's a nice pedal to have for variety, but if you want a specific reverb that sounds great, you might be better off looking elsewhere.
You get a lot in this little box.
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.
Since I am the only guitar in the band, and Brigand sound needs to be heavy and rich to make sense, my reverb pedal is almost always turned on. It`s not the best verb on the field, but is far for worst. I regularly use church mod, which gives me that "doomy" sound. Also, I uploaded Jonsi from Sigur Ros mode with Toneprint app, and I use that mode when I need some serious feedback sound.
Love the "church" setting!
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..
Don't think twice... you can dial in the different categories of reverb right from the pedal and they sound really very good. If not, you didn't take enough time to set the dials right for you. Still not happy? Go tweaking in the Toneprint editor and you must be looking for a very strange and specific sound if you can't dial it in there. Then, try some of the artists toneprints, man it's just INCREDIBLY versatile AND good sounding. Remember when 35mm film was still 'better' than digital. Well, we got over the romantic stuff and it just works better now, same here with TC.
I love the Tone print stuff .. some of the TC website... and the possibility of do my own strange verbs