TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 X4 Reverb

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The Hall Of Fame 2 X4 Reverb from TC Electronic is a pedal intended for use with electric guitars and line-level signals alike. It provides ten unique reverberation presets in one stompbox enclosure. With this pedal, you can emulate the ambience of halls, rooms, churches, spring tanks, plates, natural environments, and more. In fact, compatibility with the TonePrint editor allows you to create your own reverbs and store them in the pedal.

The pedal offers stereo I/O for multiple amp setups or for use with instruments boasting stereo outputs. An expression input is on hand, and you can assign its usage via the TonePrint app. MIDI connections are also possible via 5-pin DIN jacks. 
You’ll find controls for decay level, level, predelay time, and tone. A buffered bypass option and kill-dry mode are accessible through rear-panel switches.
In addition to default true bypass, the footswitch sports an expressive technology TC Electronic has labeled MASH footswitches. MASH footswitches obviate the need for an external pedal, letting you manipulate various assignable parameters by simply applying more pressure to the footswitch. This pedal includes a power supply.

Controls

REVERB TYPE Selector: Select the type of reverb or TonePrint with this knob.


DECAY Knob: Use this knob to adjust the length of the reverb.


PRE DELAY Knob: Predelay is the time between the direct sound and the reverb. Selecting a longer predelay can help maintain presence and clarity when using heavy reverb.


TONE Knob: Use the Tone knob to adjust the brightness of the reverb.


LEVEL Knob: This knob adjusts the volume level of the reverb and controls how much reverb is mixed with the dry signal.


BANK/STORE Toggle Switch: Flip the switch to toggle between presets 1-4 (Bank 1) or 5-8 (Bank 2). The LEDs will light red when Bank 1 is selected and light green when Bank 2 is selected.


FOOTSWITCHES: Tap one of the four footswitches to select presets 1-4 or 5-8. Tap a currently active preset to bypass the pedal. Press and hold a footswitch to engage MASH and control a selected parameter.


MASH LED: This will light up when the MASH function is engaged by pressing down firmly on one of the footswitches. The LED gets brighter as the footswitch receives more pressure, giving visual feedback to how the expression is controlling the assigned parameter.


More about MASH
MASH reacts to the amount of pressure you put on the switch. The harder you press, the more intense the effect. For each reverb type, MASH will control a different parameter and let you exert expression control without necessitating an extra pedal or requiring you to bend over in the pursuit of twisting knobs. For example, you can assign MASH to instantiate reverb swells, increase the amount of reverb, and more.


Effects Offered

Room: This simulates a relatively small, well-furnished room.


Hall: This is a broad but slightly diffuse reverb, providing ambience that is spacious and natural in timbre.


Spring: This is based on the sound of reverbs typically found within vintage guitar amplifiers.


Plate: This simulates the diffuse, bright sound of a metal plate.


Church: Like the hall setting but less clean, this is a highly diffuse and spacious reverb which emulates the sound of hard surfaces.


Shimmer: The shimmer setting pitch shifts the reverb up an octave through each feedback loop, creating an experimental and haunting effect. It pairs quite well with the MASH function.


Modulated Reverb: This effect processes a digital reverb through modulation effects to increase the inherent warmth of the signal.


Lo-Fi: Smooth, studio-quality, luscious—this setting is the complete opposite of all those things.


Ambi: This reverb is short and attempts give you the feeling of a physical space rather than dramatic reverberation.


Gate: Commonly heard on snare and kick drums in recordings from the 1980s, the Gate setting abruptly kills the decay before it dies down of its own accord.


TonePrint: Select one of the 6 TonePrint settings to access a default setting or a custom TonePrint preset.


TonePrint Enabled for TonePrint App
The knob assignments on your TC Electronic pedal are only default assignments. You can change the function of each knob using the TonePrint app, virtually rewiring them to control one, two, or several parameters at a time.

That's just the tip of the iceberg: TonePrint allows for in-depth customization of parameters, so you can tinker with your sound until it's perfect. You can download TonePrints from your favorite artists in the app and transfer them into the pedal, either over USB, or by beaming them from your smartphone. The app works with iOS, Android, Mac, and PC devices.


Highlights


Stereo I/O, Expression Input & MIDI I/O


Controls for Decay, Tone, and Level


Controls for Predelay and Reverb Type


10 Reverb Types


8 Preset Slots in 2 Banks


Expressive MASH Technology


Switchable True Bypass / Buffered


Kill-Dry Mode Accessible via Rear Switch


TonePrint Enabled with 6 Preset Slots


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