Responding to requests by pedal board users for a compact pedal with plate reverb, Electro-Harmonix has added the Holy Grail Neo to its lineup. It' housed in a die-cast nano chassis and also features ... Click To Read More About This Product
Responding to requests by pedal board users for a compact pedal with plate reverb, Electro-Harmonix has added the Holy Grail Neo to its lineup. It' housed in a die-cast nano chassis and also features EHX' perennially popular spring and hall reverbs. A three-position toggle switch lets the player select the reverb style, and the Reverb knob acts as a wet/dry control. To ensure maximum signal path integrity, it' equipped with true-bypass switching. The Holy Grail Neo also comes with a standard EHX9.6DC power supply.
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Comments about Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Neo Reverb Guitar Effetcs Pedal:
I bought this pedal to replace my Holy Grail Nano, because the Nano does not have a plate setting. The plate setting on my Neo sounds amazing. Very reminiscent of Led Zeppelin I. The spring setting does not sound as good as the spring setting on my Holy Grail Nano. But the hall setting sounds the same on both my Holy Grail Neo and Nano. The other issue I have with this pedal is that the default reverb setting is VERY high. For example, I A/B'd it with my Nano and 7 o'clock on the Neo is about 10 o'clock on the Nano. I also A/B'd my Neo with the spring reverb tank on my Fender Princeton 65. The 7 o'clock on my Holy Grail Neo is Noon (6 on the dial) on my Princeton 65. I don't know if this is a pot taper issue, as I have seen others have the same issue. If it's normal, I can't figure out why EHX would set the default so high. I mean, this thing gets SUPER wet at VERY low settings. I was going to sell my Holy Grail Nano, but will be keeping it for the better sounding spring setting. So, if you want a great sounding plate and hall reverb pedal, go with the Holy Grail Neo. If you don't want plate reverb, but want a great spring reverb, go with the Holy Grail Nano.
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