For some electric guitarists, plugging straight into an amplifier simply isn't enough. Thankfully, these types of players can choose from an extensive range of reverb and delay effects to help them achieve the sound they're after, as well as broaden the horizons of their performance. Whether you're a prog-rocker who adds spacey ambience to their pieces or a surf-instrumentalist who loves to replicate that rippling early '60s tone, you'll have no problem finding the perfect reverb or delay pedal in this section.
One of the many benefits of playing guitar in this day and age is the large amount of effects you have to choose from... not to mention, how easy they are to use. With the simple turn of a knob or the click of a footswitch, musicians of any skill level can completely change the dynamics of their sound, and reverb and delay pedals are amongst the most widely used effects in music today. In fact, it's because of their popularity that so many well-known pro audio companies specialize in their own reverb and delay tools, including TC Electronic, Eventide, Alesis and countless others.
Speaking of TC Electronic, their D-Two Multi-Tap digital delay unit is one of the biggest sellers in this selection. On stage or in the studio, the D-Two covers all the traditional delay functions, as well as the ability to tap actual rhythm patterns. Additionally, this processor comes with six unique add-on effects, chorus, filter, ping-pong effects and much more. Now if it's a reverb processor that you're after, then check out the Alesis XT Digital. Flexible and versatile, this processor made waves in the music industry throughout the '80s, and its crystal-clear reverb has been used by many early pioneers of house and techno music.
Of course, these are only a couple of the many reverb and delay pedal choices available here, so be sure to check out the other items as well. Whatever you choose, you can take comfort in knowing that anything from this catalog would be a terrific choice.