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The new Hooke Spring Reverb from Keeley brings vintage tube-amp spring reverb and tremolo into one package. Bring your Blackface reverb and tremolo on the road with you without lugging around your prized possession! Choose from Classic Spring, Blackface Trem-n-Verb, or an organ-like Fugue-Verb.
Classic Spring Reverb
The Hooke Spring Reverb begins with a Spring Reverb mode. The main features of this mode include the Tone and Spring controls. The Tone control allows you to work within the range of bright and spanky to dark and thick. The Spring control is the amount looseness or Sproing! in the reverb pan. Loose springs seem to generate a lot of reflections, and you can hear the reverb bounce. With the Hooke, you can simulate a specific reverb pan of a vintage amp, two-springs, three-springs, short, medium, long decay... it's all in there. What's more, combinations of these two controls allow you to fine-tune the tone and the character of the springs and tubes in order to dial in your favourite vintage reverb response. The depth and warmth of the Hooke reverb is simply remarkable. It's one of Keeley's finest creations.
Trem-n-verb is designed to give you the ultimate Fullerton, CA black panel Vibrato channel reverb. Everyone knows that it's not really (pitch) vibrato, it's tremolo. Keeley carefully EQ’d and filtered the sound to not only be valve-like, but they crafted a tonal modification that makes for a deep, throbbing tremolo. By adjusting the bias of the output tubes for the volume tremolo, you also dip the volume of the reverb. They created a special recipe in which the reverb washes over the tremolo texture just a little thickened in order to craft a tone that is truly magical.
Fugue, an Organ Reverb
The Hooke Reverb needed something crazy, something that just didn't exist. Keeley started playing with shimmer-springs, octave down and sprung, and all sorts of other coiled manifestations of things springy and coily when it hit them. The problem was we could hear the original guitar part. Ah, yes, all wet. All wet is where magic can happen. No original signal, all wet spring reverb with octave up and down. Church Organ, Organ Reverb, Fugue It! Get Hooked and Go Fugue!
- Effect Type: Reverb
- PSU requirements: 9v
- Analogue/Digital: Digital
- True Bypass: 1
- Instrument Type: Electric Guitar