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Hall of Fame Reverb

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Reverb Rules

TC Electronic is synonymous with some of the best sounding reverbs out there - think of a song with reverb on it you've heard in the last 20 years and chances are it's us. We're talking from Michael Jackson to Dire Straits all the way up to Lady Gaga and back and everything in between. We collected the iconic reverb sounds you know and love into a neat little package that simply sounds so insanely good, you gotta try it.

 

  • 10 different reverb types
  • Stereo I/O
  • Intuitive yet deep tonal options

Range Is Everything

Hall Of Fame allows you to experiment and play with reverb the way you see fit. With 10 different reverb types from plates to springs to churches and back, you'll never be without a great reverb sound the way you imagine it.

Reverb Reigns Free

We don't believe in telling you what to do with your tone, and that reflects in our Hall Of Fame pedal. We've given you a wide range of routing options that compliment the sound and vibe of what you have going on or want to achieve. And we even provide an analog dry-through so your dry signal can be mixed in unaffected.

Control Is The Verb

It's amazing that 3 tiny Decay, Tone and Level controls can give such a wide range of tonal options - bright and springy, warm and bouncy or gigantic dark reflections, it's all there in spades - and then some. This guarantees Hall Of Fame Reverb will have you coming back for more time and time again and that it will follow your creativity.

TonePrint® - Signature Effects!

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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!

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Beam!

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.

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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.

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*TonePrint Editor will be available for iPad December 2013

TonePrints for Hall of Fame Reverb

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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, True Bypass or Buffered Bypass switch and Kill-Dry on/off, this pedal guarantees optimal tonal integrity and zero loss of tone. And, no matter if the pedal is on or off your precious dry sound is always passed through the pedal unharmed in all it's pure analog glory due to an Analog-Dry-Through.

Sounds

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Backstage Pass - All Access

With only four knobs, we feel we’ve struck just the right balance between ‘keeping things simple’ and allowing you to dial in a wide range of tones.

Mini Toggle

Controls the time between the direct sound and the reverb sound – in other words, how long it takes for the reverb buzz you’re treating the audience to ‘kick in’. Long pre–delays work well at more intense settings.

Decay

Sets the decay time of the reverb or ‘how long you actually hear the reverb’. This knob takes you from a natural room vibe to you playing in a cathedral in a canyon – in outer space.

FX Level

The intensity of the effect – from a hint of echo to full–on, earth-shattering reverberation.

Tone

Switch between bright and dark sounds and every nuance in between - crisp clarity or darker warmth? This knob also determines how ‘dominant’ the effect will be.

Type Selector

Here you select the reverb type - and with ten Reverb types at your disposal Hall Of Fame covers all reverb sounds known to mankind and leaves you room to add new ones.

Maximum You

TonePrint pedals offer both true- or buffered bypass. It simply means that no matter what your setup or situation, TC pedals give you optimal signal integrity so the 'you' in your playing shines through with unparalleled clarity and definition.

Hall of Fame Reverb's Resume

  • TonePrint Enabled
  • 10 reverb types
  • Stereo in & out
  • True Bypass
  • Analog-Dry-Through
  • Decay, Tone and Level controls
  • Easy battery access
  • Small footprint
  • High-quality components
  • Road-ready design

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TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb Guitar Pedal

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Reviews

Guitarist
by Trevor Curwen

A spring simulation is often essential for those without one built into their amp, and the HOF's spring recreates the flavour very well. Elsewhere, the simulations of various real environments add a realistic sense of space while the ambient setting can usefully add a bit of the sort of 'air' you might get by moving a microphone a little further out from a speaker cab.

Check out the full review by Guitarist
by Michael Molenda

Every once in a while, you plug into a pedal, and, suddenly, you’re transported to Tone Paradise. You barely touched a knob, and yet all is wonder and goodness and bliss. That’s the Hall of Fame Reverb. This is one of the smoothest, most cinematically musical reverb pedals I’ve ever heard, and it instantly gives your guitar a Hi-Def, 3D, goosebump-inducing shimmer—even if you’re one of those more-is-more crazies who can’t stop themselves from using way too much of a damn good effect. The HOF’s ten reverbs are so luscious that I’d have no problem dumping my fancy convolution reverb plug-ins in the studio, and use this pedal to process vocals, drums, percussion, strings, and more. […] I’m so taken with the HOF that I call it the “Motivator,” because every time I plug into it, its sounds inspire me to create new riffs and melodic lines.

Bass Player
by Ed Friedland

The stereo Hall Of Fame reverb features Room, Hall, Spring, Plate, Gate, Modulated, Lofi, Tile, Ambience, and Cathedral presets, all with adjustable decay times, effect level and tone control. While groove oriented players may not find much use for reverb, bass soloists will glory in the Valhalla-like atmosphere the Hall Of Fame can provide, and for funksters, a Tile reverb with a short decay can give your thumping and popping just the right ambience to stand out in the mix.

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Guitar Techniques
by Jason Sidwell

Onto the Hall Of Fame Reverb pedal and this was just as impressive - expensive sounding hall/church ambience that could sustain for many seconds through to spring, plate, tile and gated for various shorter reverbs. If you're after a little room ambience or to float in luxurious huge spaces, you won't be disappointed here.

Check out the full review by Guitar Techniques
Guitar & Bass Magazine
by Richard Purvis

The TonePrint concept is a canny one, involving 'signature' sounds created for TC by a variety of well-known widdlers; you take your pick and download it from the website via USB to customize your own pedal. Let's try the 'vibrato spring' effect designed for Hall of Fame by QOTSA guitarist Troy van Leeuwen. The process takes five seconds, requires no software installation and more or less downloads straight into the pedal - impeccable.

Bass Guitar Magazine
by Ben Cooper

This reverb pedal offers up an enormous array of tones. Leaving the decay, FX and tone set to 12, and flicking through the different modes reveals tons of workable options. If you find you have a spot for a bass solo, then a bit of reverb could end up making things much more expressive. You can get enormous reverb from the Church setting, and with judicious tweaks of the tone knob it’s possible to get some warm room and hall reverb. Because you have an analogue dry path, it means that the effect gets layered on top of your original tone. This helps everything sound very natural and organic as opposed to overly processed.

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iGuitar
by Tom Quayle

Operation is whisper quiet and the Reverbs sound full and very realistic, a particular favourite being the great Lo-Fi mode that had a really gnarly quality for overdriven sounds. Again, the TonePrint mode adds even more flexibility for almost any reverb you could ever desire.

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Guitar Buyer
by Dan Steinhardt

With the Decay, FX level and tone controls set to 12 o'clock, simply scrolling through the 11 different reverb modes gives you a glimpse of the massive range of this pedal. Tonally, the sound of these reverbs is closer to what we'd expect from higher-end rack processors than a humble stompbox.

iHeart Guitar
by Peter Hodgson

It immediately became apparent that the Hall Of Fame’s biggest strength is its ability to fade into the background for natural, unobtrusive yet once-you’ve-heard-it-you-can’t-do-without-it ambience via careful selection of FX Type and the Tone control. (...) What I use most is the Church mode, set with a very high FX level, Tone at about 1 o’clock, decay at about 10 o’clock and, crucially, the Pre-Delay switch set to ‘Long.’ This creates almost a warm slapback delay type sound which thickens up lead playing like nothing else out there. It’s a sound that’s so useful, so musical and so dimensional that it almost deserves its own pedal.

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Bonedo
by Thomas Dill

Hit! The Hall of Fame is a spot on name for this pedal. All 10 reverbs sound excellent. Here is something for every style of music. You will not want to turn it off.

Check out the full review by Bonedo
Delamar
by Carlos San Segundo

With a total of eleven effects (reverb x 10, 1 x Toneprint) at hand, there is enough variation even for the most experimental guitarists among us. I rarely give full marks, but this one is a clear five stars out of five!

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