The LV-100 is a versatile, fully analog spring reverb and preamp housed in a lunch box.

  • Fully isolated wet/dry control allows complete separation of the effect from the input signal so it works in parallel and series effects loops.
  • One-of-a-kind resonance control accentuates transients and supplies a range of springy attack sounds that can get you anything from classic surf guitar to ringing and percussive snare hits.
  • Tone control knob helps to tighten up the sound of the tank for a more controlled ambient reverb. Just a touch will add body to a vocal or help to fill a space in a live mix.
  • Foot-switch control retains the reverb tail for a more natural transition.
  • The LV-100 accepts any polarity power supply up to 18V DC meaning it will work with any standard guitar pedal supply (and most non-standard ones too).
  • With blend control set to dry, it can be used as a transparent preamp. Its included 15dB of gain makes it a great way to boost low level or high impedance microphones/pickups and overdrive the front end of a tube amp.
  • A high impedance input allows it to be used as an effect with a guitar or other electric instrument and an input level switch accommodates line level signals making it a great analog reverb send for recording or mixing.
  • 100% designed and hand-made in the USA


Frequency Response: < 3dB from7Hz to 107kHz

Gain range: 0 to 15.2 dB

Power requirements: < 24mA at 9V, <42mA at 18V

Maximum input levels: 430mV (Inst.) /715mV (Line)

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  • Ellzey Electronics
  • LV-100
  • 2023
Made In
  • United States

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