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Eventide Space Reverb Pedal
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- Studio quality sound
- 12 of Eventide's Signature Reverb Combo Effects
- Wide variety of spatial effects including reverbs, delays, and unique combination effects
- True analog bypass
- USB for software upgrades
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|Item Dimensions||13.13 x 3.75 x 7.25 inches||8 x 5 x 3 inches||5.08 x 2.32 x 2.87 inches||2.75 x 4.79 x 1.99 inches||8 x 8 x 5 inches||4.5 x 6.98 x 1.75 inches|
Space features 12 of Eventide's signature reverb combination effects culled from the H8000FW and Eclipse V4 along with some startling new magic. Space includes 100 presets, including presets crafted by Flood and Alan Moulder (The Killers, Nine "Nails, Smashing Pumpkins, My Bloody Valentine, 30 Seconds to Mars, PJ Harvey and Them Crooked Vultures), Justin Medal Johnsen (Beck, Nine "Nails), Richard Devine (sound designer, synthesis, performer, remixer), Vernon Reid (Living Color), Amedeo Pace (Blonde Redhead), Alex Somers and Jonsi Birgisson (Jonsi and Alex, Sigur Ros), Amedeo Pace (Blonde Redhead) and John Agnello (Patti Smith, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., and Kurt Vile). These unique effects, previously available only in Eventide rack processors, are now available in a compact, roadworthy package. Never before has there been a more dazzling collection of reverb algorithms combined with delays, pitch shifting, tremolo, modulation, and spatial effects in such a compact and affordable package.
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So, after almost a month of using and programming it, here is my summary: would I buy it again, knowing what I know? Yes, and I am very glad I got it instead of the Strymon Big Sky. I can lose myself for hours in these sounds.
Who would like this over the Strymon? People not afraid to turn lots of knobs, and psychedelic music lovers. This is not a beginner's reverb unit. Also, if you want a range from traditional sounds to extreme ambient and noise textures, this is the pedal for you.
Is it better than the current (July 2020) reverb algorithms in the Kemper? That's debatable given the quality and sophistication of the Kemper algorithms now. But, I have to say that I think so, and find myself constantly adding it to my Kemper now. I really like the warm sounds. The expression pedal interface is inferior to the Kemper, but still a great tool.
Who won't like this pedal? Anyone who wants a simple, out-of-the-box, easy to use pedal. The Strymon is probably a better choice, but the Eventide Space just plain outperforms it.
The bigger question, in my opinion is: would you rather have the compact, more flexible and expensive H9 harmonizer without all the knobs, or this larger, knob monster for live tweaking? I chose the Space because I see this as an inexpensive alternative to a Lexicon rackmount studio reverb, and since I have and love the Kemper, I don't really see the virtually knobless H9 Harmonizer as a useful device for me.