Electro-Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal
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Stunning, programmable reverbs with tap tempo and complete control.
The Electro-Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb pedal surrounds your tone with an aria of rich presence. It's loaded with 7 different types of reverb plus digital echo, all of which work in true stereo. Full programmability lets you recall previous settings instantly. The EHX Cathedral Stereo Reverb lets you create the perfect space for your instrument or voice while offering an elegance that takes your music to a higher ground.
The Cathedral offers two spring modes: Grail Spring, based on the Holy Grail's spring emulation, and Accu Spring, an Accutronics spring tank emulation. Top notch, professional Hall, Room, Plate, and Reverse reverb algorithms. Grail Flerb mode is the EHX Holy Grail Flerb with greater adjustability. Echo mode makes the Cathedral into a versatile 2-second digital delay. Up to 2 seconds of Pre-Delay, with Feedback allow for reverberant echoes. Tap tempo footswitch sets the pre-delay time with your foot. Instantaneous infinite reverb is yours by pressing and holding the Tap footswitch. Tone controls on the reverbs allow for further refinement of the sound. True stereo in and out.
- 24-bit A/D/A converters
- True stereo inputs and outputs
- 8 programmable reverb styles with the ability to load and save
- Tap Tempo to set pre-delay section
- Damping/Tone control available for each reverb mode
- Grail Spring, Accu Spring, Hall, Room, Plate, Reverse, Grail Flerb, Echo
Make your instruments and vocals sing with this awesome stereo reverb effects pedal.
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Comments about Electro-Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal:
Quite possibly the very best reverb pedal ever! If you want verb you will find it here. There is a Holy Grail reverb that you can program to sound just like it. There is a spring reverb that approximates an Accutronics spring reverb like you would have in a Fender amp and it sounds very close and realistic. There are room and hall reverbs that are based on the room and hall that are in the Holy Stain (another pedal worth checking out just for those two sounds) but these room and hall reverbs can be modified and programmed to a higher level if needed. The Plate reverb is very similar to the room reverb but is bright and has a metallic tinge to it and it sounds really nice. My favorite of all the verbs is the Flerb which is a flanged reverb. I find it very useful and beautiful sounding. It is very atmospheric and if you are into Jimi Hendrix you will definitely be digging it as much as I do. The Delay is an up to two second reverberant delay which is quite different but it wont replace a regular delay for most users but it is there if you need it. The Reverse reverbs are really cool and produce a soft fluttering effect and work well if you are playing slow chords or held notes. The pedal also offers the function of infinite repeat by holding down the tap tempo footswitch. The infinite repeat reverbs gradually come up in volume to the volume you are playing and then you can play over the top of the infinite reverbs. When the footswitch is released the infinite reverbs go down in volume smoothly. The pedal is very easy to program and sound really good. Even though it is a digital pedal it has an analog sound. It also has stereo outs and inputs for running it into two amplifiers or using it with two instruments. Well worth the money. You wont regret buying it if you love reverb. Nothing else quite like it.