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 Ti... Read More
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.
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This pedal's essentially got anything you need from a reverb pedal. Anything from short and subtle reverb all the way to the thickest reverberation. The octo and cave settings are excellent for swells. The spring and hall settings are good for thickening up your sound. I may only use a couple more of the settings but they have never failed me. Its stereo output is incredibly handy. I can't think of a more versatile and quality reverb pedal for this price range. Definitely recommended to my guitarist brothers and sisters.
I have been a Line 6 Green Box (delay, looping) user for about 10 years. Love that pedal! My first one lasted 8 years---years of constant touring in the US and Europe and lots of sessions in Nashville---my second one hasn't been quite so sturdy, but I'm still a fan of Line 6 products. Got my Verbzilla pretty quickly after ordering it over the phone from my local Guitar Center (Nashville). The first thing I used it for was a session here in town. I dug it, the engineer dug it, the client walked in and said "that's a cool reverb on the baritone guitar!" So I'm totally pleased. Mainly using the 63 Spring setting, but all the settings have their charms, especially Octo, when used with a long delay and a volume pedal. Atmospheric heaven.
this pedal is sooo awesome.. some really great reverb sounds.. the octo setting it totally worth the pedal itself. gives a really sweet synth like shimmery sound. and the cave setting really wet with alot of decay and a little bit of chorus gives one of the best swell sounds.
There really isn't a large selection when it comes to reverb pedals, which makes me thankful that this one exists. The audio samples on the site really let the pedal speak for itself, but this is certainly a powerful and excellent sounding pedal. My favorite effect is using the "Cave" setting and riding the gain knob on my guitar for a big and lush effect. The variety of settings give about as my different reverb sounds as you could want, from a mild spring, to a huge wash, to some pretty crazy sounds. As with the other Tonecore pedals, it is big and built to last. Although it may seem relatively expensive, the variety of settings and excellent sound quality will convince you of its value. It should be a first choice.
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