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JHS Alpine Reverb
£235.00
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JHS Alpine Reverb

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In a world full of reverb pedals we are proud to offer up a highly tweak-able, versatile, inspiring and cost effective solution for any situation your gig might throw at you. The heart of the Alpine's design is the idea that you can have a reverb pedal that is straight forward, easy to use, but also extremely powerful in its functions all while still very approachable without requiring a degree in computer engineering to dial in a great sound.

Switches & Knobs
The Alpine features two footswitches.  The left footswitch turns the pedal On/Off and the right footswitch is the "Shift" footswitch (which we will explain a bit later).  The knob controls start with the "Reverb" control.  The "Reverb" control is essentially a wet/dry mix knob that lets you set the perfect balance and feel to how saturated the effect feels.  The "Highs" control functions like a high-pass filter.  Highs roll off and let you darken or brighten the overall effect when its engaged.  The "Highs" control plays a big part in the actual feel of the reverb, how it decays, and how it reacts in your overall rig.   For example a setting that may feel over-the-top or a bit wild can be tamed into a very usable and more subtle texture simply by rolling back the "Highs" control.  This also works in the opposite way as a simple room/slap sound can be brightened into a more dramatic sound.  The "Depth" control adjusts the size or space of the reverb. Think of the "Depth" control as a knob that lets you change the depth of the canyon you are playing guitar in.  The "Length" control adjusts the tails/decay time of the overall reverb.  At low "Length" settings you feel like you're in a bathroom, at full tilt you feel like you're in a space cave that transcends human perception.


Specifications
  • Effect Type: Reverb
  • PSU requirements: 9v
  • Analogue/Digital: Analogue
  • True Bypass: 1
  • Instrument Type: Electric Guitar
 
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