Space. The Final Frontier
Reverb is very much about space, but then again so is your pedal board. So what if we could combine unlimited space for your reverbs with a miniature footprint? What? You'd be partying on for days? Well break out the confetti, because it's here!
Room for choice - all of TC's best reverbs available via TonePrint
- Ultra-small footprint
Look we're not into the whole chest-beating thing, but OUR reverbs? They're among the best out there. They've been on countless records and movies and used by guitarists around the world - rock stars to bedroom shredders all swear by them. That's why Hall of Fame Mini comes pre-loaded with one of the very best; our legendary hall reverb. All of the amazing reverbs from our award-winning Hall of Fame reverb are also available as TonePrints and can easily be loaded into Hall Of Fame Mini. So whether you crave spring, hall, room, plate or the amazing lush cathedral reverb, you're covered.
Infinite Reverbs, Limited Space
If Hall Of Fame Mini was proportionate to the amount of tone possibilities we packed in there, it'd have its own moon orbiting around it. But, as you Sherlocks probably noticed from the name Mini, it's really small. Built on our renowned Mini platform that also spawned Ditto Looper and PolyTune Mini, there's always room on your pedalboard for this one, and the amount of tone choices never ends. It's the best of both worlds!
What you get is a guitarist's reverb that may remind you of guitar's most heralded amps from yesteryear: one knob - awesome tone no matter what.
Hall Of Fame Mini opens up the world of reverb to you like no other pedal ever could. You can beam your favorite TonePrints directly to your pedal via your smartphone, including all the default sounds of the original Hall Of Fame.
Added to that, the TonePrint Editor allows you to shape, sculpt and form YOUR ideal reverb from the ground up. The editor is an easy to use tool but it gives you complete tonal liberty via a set of intuitive, deep controls that allow you to to create any classic reverb type you like.
TonePrint® - Signature Effects!
The Artist Entrance
TonePrint means signature effects - and signature effects means truly creative tones. From classic innovators to the guys shaping the future of music, we've asked the coolest artists around to come up with their customized signature version of a TC Electronic effect - and make them available to you for free!
Download the free TonePrint app for Android and iPhone, choose the TonePrint you want to hear and beam it instantly from your phone through your guitar's pickup into your TonePrint pedal. No cables needed! Learn more about beaming TonePrints.
Your Vision, Your Sound!
Music is the truest expression of self. That's why it is your right to have your effect sound the way YOU want to, no holds barred.
With the TonePrint Editor, you get full control over all effect behavior, knob ranges and everything in between so you can create your signature TC sound.
True to Tone
You love tone, so do we, and our design philosophy testifies to that. So whatever route you wanna go, we got your back. With optimized headroom and True Bypass, Hall Of Fame Mini guarantees optimal tonal integrity and zero loss of tone. And, no matter if Hall Of Fame is on or off your precious dry sound is always passed through unharmed in all it's pure analog glory due to an Analog-Dry-Through.
Backstage Pass - All Access
For all of it’s awesomeness, Hall Of Fame Mini is super easy to understand. Just look at it. One knob for more or less reverb and the option to use TonePrint. That’s it. But the sounds you get span the entire history of reverb, from classic Gilmour and Hendrix to the original reverb sounds of cavemen screaming into a canyon.
Hall of Fame Reverb's Resume
•TonePrint-enabled - load HOF Mini with your favorite artist's tone
• Room for choice - swap between a smorgasbord of renowned TC Electronic reverbs including spring, hall, room, plate, cathedral and many many more using TonePrint
•Ultra-small footprint - will fit on any pedal board
• True Bypass for zero tone coloration
• Analog-Dry-Through design - no conversion of the dry signal for absolute tonal transparency and zero latency
• Works flawlessly with guitar and line level/FX Loop signals
Artists Using Hall of Fame
Like its bigger brother, the HOF Mini's reverbs are exceptional, and with the TonePrint function there are potentially limitless options available, from short springs to an unparalleled range of modulated 'verbs. No matter how high you crank the reverberations, the pedal's analogue dry-through ensures your guitar's natural tone still shines through.
Yet another leap forward technology wise from TC with a fantastic sounding reverb unit and the ability to customise it pretty much endlessly.Check out the full review by iGuitar
Reverb is one of those effect that you set and forget, and if you're one of those players, the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Mini reverb pedal is ideal. Basically, load your favorite reverb sound, turn it on and use it when needed. Definitely check this out.Check out the full review by Guitar World
The HOF’s default hall reverb has a giant presence that sounds massive with a Stratocaster. (...) I liked the overall tones of this practical and efficient pedal. If you just need a quick tone to lubricate your output, the TonePrint database should have you covered.Check out the full review by Premier Guitar
The HOF Mini may be trimmed of all fat, but what remains, is one of the best-sounding reverb pedals for guitar. Sounds are stellar, operation is super simple and the TonePrint app allows you to load everything from tasty reverbs created by Steve Morse and Steve Vai to your own version of for example a TC plate or spring reverb through the free TonePrint Editor.
The latest in the TC boffin's line of shrunken pedals is so small they couldn't fit its name on there, but don't let that fool you: the HOF Mini packs plenty of tones. (...) The pedal grants you access to a whole world of sounds via TC's TonePrint tech.
Hall Of Fame Mini delivers excellent reverb sounds, from subtle to engulfing and is delightfully easy to operate - and the possibilities for sound varieties are virtually endless with the TonePrint functionalities. If you like simple and really good, Hall Of Fame Mini is for you!
When I reviewed the original Hall of Fame I said it was probably the most versatile yet simple to use reverb stomper out there. I was wrong, because the Hall Of Fame Mini is even simpler! And since that time, TC has made their editing software available to everyone for free, so whether you go for the original Hall Of Fame or the new Mini, it’s even more versatile and flexible than ever.Check out the full review by iHeart Guitar
The HOF Mini has the same quality and great sound quality as the original Hall of Fame. If you want to edit the sound, just use the TonePrint Editor on your computer or iPad, where all parameters are available. The highlight is of course the easy loading of TonePrints via a smartphone, a technology that clearly puts TC ahead of the competition.Check out the full review by Bonedo
You can't really go wrong. For the price and the size. You can't tell me you haven't got space for that on your pedal board. It's tiny and it sounds great!Check out the full review by Sonicstate
The type of guitar reverb you choose for a track does a lot to define the era you're trying to conjure up, so if you like retro rock'n'roll or 80s stadium ambiences then the HOF Mini can deliver the goods on all fronts.
The possibilities are infinite, and it will allow you to create any reverb sound you could ever imagine. The quality is really excellent.Check out the full review by Guitariste
[About beaming TonePrints]: If I had serious doubts about its operation on stage (say when I want to change from a reverb with modulation used on a very 80's song like "Personal Jesus" to a spring reverb for a more 50's surf guitar on "Wicked Game"), they were quickly dissipated. It is really fast and effective, even with lots of background noise or your band still playing.Check out the full review by Audiofanzine
Reverb was probably the first “effect” for guitarists other than overdrive – originally found on amplifiers, and later in the digital realm, with complicated parameters. TC brings the simplicity of the old, with the sound quality of the 21st Century.Check out the full review by Performer Magazine