First launched in 2013 the, CKK Infinite Reverb has been comprehensively upgraded in this 5TH version to offer even better tone and build quality from the original unit. CKK have specifically focused the frequency range of this pedal for electric and acoustic guitar, allowing the guitar tone to sound more natural and clear within the reverb tone.  The buffer has also been redesigned to ensure the original signal stays strong and clear with a very low signal to noise ratio ideal for acoustic guitar.  The Infinite reverb has four controls and a infinite switch and as the names suggests can create incredibly spacious/infinite reverb effects that fill the sound scape of your music.

The Predelay control adjust the time between the original signal and its first reflection, thus creating larger area approximation with higher settings.

The Decay control sets the speed at which the reverberated signal decays after its first reflection.

The Damping control relates to the surface reflection tone of the reverb signal.
The Infinite switch allows the decay of the signal to be greatly lengthend thus creating much more spacious effects ideal for atmospheric passages and acoustic guitar.

5th Edition pedal, All our 5th edition units feature upgraded circuitry, casing and finish and offer the best tone and value for money.

Specification
Input Impedance 1M Ohms.
Output Impedance 1K Ohms.
Power Supply 9 Volt DC (DC9V).
Current Draw 80ma (DC9V).
Height 47.5mm Inc Knobs.
Width 60mm Inc Jack Sockets.
Depth 112mm.
Weight 220g.

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