Video: Eventide's Blackhole Brings a Fan-Favorite Reverb to Your Pedalboard

Tired of menu-diving in multi-effects units? The classic reverb algorithm is now in an easy-to-use stompbox.

Eventide's Blackhole reverb algorithm is one of the company's most popular, due to its incredibly deep and massive sound. But until now, it's only been available in the company's multi-effects units or as software.



Originally introduced in the rackmounted DSP4000 Ultra-Harmonizer, it has since found its way into the Space Reverb and H9 multi-effects series and as a plugin.

But guitarists in particular—especially those who don't want to dive through menus or log onto their computer to call up the Blackhole reverb—have long been asking for a standalone Blackhole stompbox. Today, their wishes have been granted.

The Blackhole pedal promises to go far beyond the terrestrial hall, room, and spring reverbs you know and love, setting out for uncharted sonic territories from the comfort of your pedalboard.

You can use the effect in mono or in stereo modes, and, thanks to a guitar/live-level impedance switch, can use it with whatever instrument or DAW you'd like. From incredibly tiny reverberations to tails that stretch to the ends of the known universe, the Blackhole can do it all.

Originally introduced in the rackmounted DSP4000 Ultra-Harmonizer, it has since found its way into the Space Reverb and H9 multi-effects series and as a plugin.

But guitarists in particular—especially those who don't want to dive through menus or log onto their computer to call up the Blackhole reverb—have long been asking for a standalone Blackhole stompbox. Today, their wishes have been granted.

The Blackhole pedal promises to go far beyond the terrestrial hall, room, and spring reverbs you know and love, setting out for uncharted sonic territories from the comfort of your pedalboard.

You can use the effect in mono or in stereo modes, and, thanks to a guitar/live-level impedance switch, can use it with whatever instrument or DAW you'd like. From incredibly tiny reverberations to tails that stretch to the ends of the known universe, the Blackhole can do it all.

Order yours on Reverb now.

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