A couple of days ago, I mentioned the Visual Sound Angry Fuzz, so I wanted to start looking closer at the other Visual Sound pedals out there. So here is the Visual Sound H20 Chorus and Echo pedal. Talk about a ‘wet’ pedal.. wow.
Here is the official description:
The V2H2O is a chorus and echo guitar pedal that has the same great tones that the H2O guitar effect is famous for, with a Normal/Lush switch added on the chorus channel. You get liquid analog chorus via the rare NOS BBD chip that is shaped by Speed, Width, and Delay Time controls for everything from subtle to lush to underwater. The Echo channel offers up to 800ms of analog-voiced digital echo. You can change echo time on the fly with the Echo Time knob. Controls also include Repeats and Effect levels. A second output jack lets you send a dry signal to a second amp. The pedal is easily modified to send an effected signal to a second amp. Effect channels can be used separately or together.
Warm! Liquid! Lush! All words that accurately describe the V2 Series H2O from Visual Sound. The new H2O gives you all the same great tones guitarists have come to love over the years. Whether it’s Chorus, Echo, or both… use each channel by itself, or combine them both just as you would two separate pedals! The Chorus channel is a wonderfully voiced effect for electric, acoustic, or bass guitar, using pure analog circuitry. At the heart of the Chorus circuit are custom designed Visual Sound bucket brigade chips. Use the Norm/Lush switch to set the overall style of Chorus and drift away on the H2O’s incredibly rich chorus. H2O’s Echo channel is a hybrid digital and analog circuit for the best of both worlds… you’ll be amazed at the long delay times with their warm, natural repeats. Add to it a second (non-effected) output jack for stereo amplifier setups and you have the best of all worlds in the H2O.
The Visual Sound V2 Series V2H2O H2O Chorus and Echo Guitar Effects Pedal features a diecast aluminum housing, ultra-reliable 10 million cycle switching, easy battery access and circuit protection from AC adapters.
Here is a video by VisualSoundUSA demonstrating what this pedal can do:
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