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TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb Pedal
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- TonePrint- instant access to custom pedal-tweaks made by your idols!
- True Bypass - zero loss of tone
- Stereo in & out - added flexibility to fit any set-up
- True Bypass - zero loss of tone
- Analog-Dry-Through - maximum tonal integrity and clarity.
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Hall Of Fame Reverb is a collection of the ultimate reverbs, packed tightly in one cool pedal. With Hall of Fame Reverb, you are set for any situation that calls for a touch (or handfuls) of rich reverberation
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Oh and I want to clarify that this is a review of the Hall of Fame Mini - I think both versions are listed as one here, so you know which one I'm referring to
Yeah, so I have a smaller practice guitar rig that I use when I don't feel like setting up my main rig plus pedalboard. The rig consists of an Orange Micro Terror and an Ibanez 1x12 cab, and it sounds great; but for me, the cleans always sound a bit boring without a bit of reverb. So I was hunting for a reverb pedal. As this is a practice rig and everything about it is compact (and cheap), I was looking for a mini-pedal for around $50 or so. I found a couple that fit the bill, but every review said they sounded 'alright' or 'good but a bit digital' and so on i.e. decent but not great
Since my Micro Terror sounds really good, I thought it deserved something better, and already having other TC pedals on my main pedalboard, I decided to up my budget a few dollars and get the Hall of Fame mini. And thank goodness I did!
Like I already said, it's hard to believe just how good this thing sounds - but what's equally hard to believe is the sheer variety of reverb sounds that you can get using this tiny pedal plus a smartphone or tablet. It's astounding! From the superb, authentic spring reverb (check out Robben Ford's Spring Fever toneprint) to huge, almost delay-like hall and plate reverbs, there's no reverb sound this pedal can't deliver. And like I just mentioned, it can substitute a delay pedal in some instances i.e. for a lead solo sound and such quite easily. Amazing!
The only downsides are that you need a smartphone to switch between toneprints - with this size and price, I'm not complaining - and it needs a separate 9v adapter to work. A 1Spot works fine if you have one, or just order a Planet Waves adapter for $9 along with this
Yeah, this pedal is worth a lot more than $75 that I paid for it. It sounds amazing, it's got a million different sounds, it's built really well, it's true bypass, and can always be found for under $90. The only other pedal I'd recommend you'd get over this may just be the regular Hall of Fame, as it has around 9 built-in sounds which you can access without your phone, along with a few more controls. Other than that, the HOF Mini is outstanding! I'm gonna get one more (or the regular HOF) for my main pedalboard too
The decay and tone knob are pretty standard controls for a reverb unit, and I really like that the wet signal can be controlled via the FX Level control; incase you want to lessen, or increase, the intensity of the effect. The mini toggle gives a long or short pre-delay, which is great for fine tuning certain types of reverbs, and helps too add to the versatility of this pedal.
The included reverb types are what really sold me on this particular pedal. There are just so many! I won't run through them all, but you can go from a classic spring or plate reverb, to a short, small room reverb on the tile setting, to a long, big room reverb using the church setting. Mix in some long or short pre-delay, and you can get some really cool and useful sounds.
The toneprint feature of course is where this becomes infinitely versatile, especially now that TC has released the free tone print editor. I almost got one of the brand exclusive versions of this so I could get the bigger cathedral reverb, but it's easily obtainable through the pre-made tone prints that you can get on your PC or smartphone. So you can either make your own, or choose from TCs library of artist created presets, and you'll get more sounds than just the ones that are pre-loaded.
Like all of TCs toneprint series, these pedals are rugged, there are stereo ins/outs and you'll be hard pressed to find a reverb that you don't like with this. I haven't demoed this against any other reverbs out there, but I can't see myself needing anything else as I doubt there's a suitable replacement, especially at this price point.
The only thing this pedal doesn't have is a true "shimmer" setting. Although, TC just released the Hall of Fame 2 pedal, which has a shimmer setting, so with the tone print app, I'm assuming you could just download one from the app to this pedal..
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