Yesterday’s band practice, we were talking about reverb so that led to this morning’s wanderings in the reverb pedal world. What I came up with was the Line 6 ToneCore Verbzilla reverb pedal. I found a interesting.. slightly weird video by line6movies (please note the facial expression at 2:27).
Here is the official description of the pedal.
The Line 6 ToneCore Verbzilla reverb effect pedal creates luscious, studio-grade algorithms- from classic guitar amp-style spring reverb to dreamy, high-end studio favorites. Tone, Mix, Decay, and Time controls help you find the exact effect you want, and the Trails on/off switch allows the ToneCore reverb to decay or cut off once you hit bypass. The ToneCore Verbzilla has a huge array of reverb models including ’63 Spring, Spring, Plate, Room, Hall, Chamber, Ducking, Octo (a Line 6 exclusive), Cave, Tile, and Echo.
ToneCore guitar pedals consist of a ToneDock base-in stereo or mono-and interchangeable effects modules that snap in and out, allowing you to change effects without rearranging your pedalboard. The ToneDock is powered by a 9V battery or optional DC-1 adapter.
Line 6 ToneCore Verbzilla Guitar Effects Pedal Features:
* Tone, Mix, Decay, and Time controls
* Luscious, studio-grade algorithms
* Trails switch lets reverb decay or cut off on bypass
* ’63 Spring
Here is the video mentioned above:
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