TC Electronic Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal

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TC Electronic's renowned Hall Of Fame Reverb has been updated with revolutionary features for the Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal.

TC Electronic's  Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb boasts 3 new powerful features:

  • Expressive MASH technology
  • 8 reverb types including Shimmer
  • 3 TonePrint slots

The revolutionary MASH technology adds the rich and fluid articulation of an expression pedal to your reverb effects in the same compact stompbox that you know. MASH reacts to the amount of pressure you put on the switch. The harder you press, the more intense the effect. For each reverb type, MASH will control a different parameter, letting you express yourself without having to bend down and turn knobs and without a dedicated expression pedal.

TC Electronic has carefully designed a crystalline Shimmer reverb that can be control with MASH for spine-tingling performance in real-time. In fact, you can control pretty much any parameter conceivable with MASH. With the TonePrint Editor you can unleash the expressive potential in MASH any way you like. Of course, you can still get all the iconic reverbs and TonePrints that you know from the original.

The Hall Of Fame 2 provides 8 different studio quality reverb presets for a wide range of tonal possibilities right out of the box but more are available through the TonePrint Editor.

Get your TC Electronic Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

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  • Guitar Effect Pedal

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5.0

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Pros

  • Diverse
  • Quality

Cons

  • Tracking on Shimmer with Wah before Reverb

Best Uses

  • Ambient
  • Church/Worship
  • Clean Parts
  • Dirty Parts

I use this for both personal use & at church. I use 8 different modes total (Spring, Plate, Church, Shimmer, Mod, Lofi, Hall, Default Toneprint 3) & I haven't even dove into using the TonePrint editor, yet. I find the typical reverb types to be authentic tones that easily create the previously missing piece of my tone. The Shimmer creates a nice ambient texture to slower songs that I would use for dedicated worship or altar call, but don't let that distract you from this pedal being great for secular music as well. I play heavy rock with a bit of punk & metal blended together though I have softened up into a bit more indie at my age. I am able to get excellent tones to make those songs better as well. I was a bit worried that I may not have much use for the Mash outside of Church (the place, not the mode), but it does come in handy controlling the reverb level. You want a bit more for clean tones (at least, I do) & a bit less for higher gain (it just doesn't sound authentic when it's drenched in reverb). So, the mash allows me to step on the pedal for the soft parts & play to the crowd with no feet tied up during the heavier parts. The one drawback isn't much of one. I was trying to find some new interesting sound by combining wah, chorus, & shimmer. As I stepped into the wah, no sound came out, but the pedals worked together just fine in other modes. I would assume this would be a side effect of the Sub & Up algorithm which I would probably place before the Wah if I had that pedal.

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The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for one year and labor for one year from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.

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