• Gated Shimmer Reverb 
  • 9VDC center negative power supply (NOT INCLUDED)

  • Current Draw 90mA Works with any BOSS style

  • CMOS Bypass with soft-touch switch

  • True Stereo IN/OUT TS (unbal.) 6.4mm jacks

  • Variable Gate options for a wide range of expressive sounds

  • Freeze function (loops the input signal)

  • Huge, Lush Reverb sounds

  • LFO Modulation on Size (SPREAD)

  • Variable Pitch Shift (+/-12 semitones)

  • Modulated Shimmer Reverb

  • 32bit @ 44kHz Digital Effects Processor

This LIMITED EDITION custom design of the Dreadbox's Darkness stereo reverb pedal houses a galaxy of swirling reverb under its hood. Its Spread, Mix, and Decay knobs adjust standard settings for reverb size, wet/dry balance, and feedback, respectively. When paired with the Control knob and shift functions, the Darkness opens up an entirely new realm of lush, shimmery reverb that allows you to conjure ambient soundscapes and atmospheres. Holding down the On and Hold switches triggers the Darkness's shift functions, adding an entirely new level of versatility and functionality that keep players coming back for more. Need to tweak the modulation rate? Toggle the left shift and turn the Control knob until you find the perfect mix. Want to turn off the gate? Hold down the right shift and switch the Mode toggle over to 2. Whatever spatial sounds and sci-fi-inspired textures you seek, the Dreadbox Darkness will transport you there at warp speed.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Darkness Limited Edition - Sui Generis
  • Black
  • 2022
Made In
  • Greece
Pedal Format
  • Standard

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