Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
Caroline Guitar Company Météore Lo-Fi Reverb Guitar Pedal
- We’ve kept your original signal path analog and pure
- Tones range from spring reverb to something much bigger
- The controls are very interactive with each other, and as per Caroline tradition
- Built on a frame similar to our acclaimed Kilobyte® Lo-Fi Delay, Météore uses a digital spring reverb “brick” to provide you with traditional sounds, or empower you to distort, magnify, and extend the effect into oscillation.
- Made by hand in the Carolina Guitar Company small batch distortery in Columbia, SC
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Compare with similar items
Walrus Audio Descent Reverb/Octave Machine
Old Blood Noise Endeavors VERSION 2 Dark Star Pad Reverb Pedal V2 (Black/Blue)
EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run Delay & Reverb
Red Panda Context Reverb Pedal
Catalinbread Topanga Spring Reverb Effect Pedal
|Price||$199.99||$299.00||$199.00||$250.75||$225.00||See price in cart|
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||Cottonwood Music Emporium||Cellar_Door_Books||My Music Life||Brisk-drop||Red Panda LLC||Amazon.com|
|Item Dimensions||4.75 x 3.62 x 2 in||7.63 x 6.5 x 3.5 in||3 x 8 x 10 in||6.75 x 5.25 x 3.25 in||6 x 5 x 4 in||5 x 3 x 3 in|
Caroline Guitar Company Mtore Reverb *Actual color may vary* Mtore (pronounced may-tay-or) is our new reverb pedal. Named for the ultra-modern line 14 of the Paris Metro and its spacious interiors of glass, tile, and steel that add all kinds of nasty sonic textures at its stops, the Mtore is a reverb both for straightforward users and for players who wish to be inspired and challenged by this effect. Built on a frame similar to our acclaimed Kilobyte Lo-Fi Delay, Mtore uses a digital spring reverb brick to provide you with traditional sounds, or empower you to distort, magnify, and extend the effect into oscillation. For this pedal, the Havoc control allows for infinite hold or ramped escalation into entropy and collapse based on how you set the size control. Caroline Guitar Company Mtore Reverb Features: The Mtore is a reverb both for straightforward users and for players who wish to be inspired and challenged by this effect Built on a frame similar to our acclaimed Kilobyte Lo-Fi Delay Mtore uses a digital spring reverb brick to provide you with traditional sounds, or empower you to distort, magnify, and extend the effect into oscillation The Havoc control allows for infinite hold or ramped escalation into entropy and collapse based on how you set the size control
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Dialing in my personal (very) subtle settings on each of the four knobs of the Meteore took some time and the result is truly amazing. When I keep the right footswitch pressed the sustain takes off into infinite sonic dimensions without blowing my amp's speaker system, by keeping any feedback close to ZERO. Bravo! Although I have to keep the Attack function to a minimum (this is the only critical function when it comes to my melodica playing and to my best guess it is uncritical for any guitar playing), the other three knobs stay on a 12'o clock position. Adding a short delay and multihead echo makes my music performance REALLY shine. The difference that the Meteore makes compared to my other reverb pedals is that it is a sole SPRING reverb with a LOT of creative possibilities. So there are actually no fixed parameters which limit its spring reverb options to the sound of just a spring reverb. Indeed, once dialed in to the desired sound of your specific instrument, you may experience that exactly this Meteore spring reverb sound is the only reverb sound you always lingered for. A true enhancement to my music equipment, great job done!
My only cons would be that there is a bit of a high noise floor when activated. It isn't too bad, but loud enough that you will likely notice some hiss/white noise depending on your setup. Note that it isn't advertised as a "hi-fi" reverb pedal, so I am totally OK with this.
Also, it isn't awesome at the very subtle reverb effects. If I want something that is less in-your-face, even with the other settings all the way down, I still have to pull the mix back quite a bit. Again, not why I bought this, so also something that I am OK with.
My signal runs as follows when I use this verb - J.Rockett Archer to an Empress Tremolo (sometimes for that extra warbly effect) to an Empress Tape Delay to the Meteore. I switched out the Archer for a compressor just to see how a more compressed tone would sound and it worked great. I prefer the Klon-like tone of the Archer before it better, however. If I stack my overdrives (Archer into a TS-9 or a Nash Gauntlet (JCM circuit)) this verb still sounds great.
The Meteore is NOT a crisp, clean reverb. That said, it's NOT supposed to be. It's gritty for a reason and while ethereal at times, it's not the perfect partner for a lot of "ambient" guitar stuff. I almost failed to mention that there is a second switch which propels the effect into a killer distorted self-oscillation. This is great at the beginning or end of a song for that special effect!!! Love it!!!
All in all it's an astounding pedal. Made in the USA, which is a HUGE plus for me.