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The TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 Reverb Pedal is a pressure-sensitive MASH footswitch featuring controls for Decay, Tone, Level and Mode, with eight reverbs and three TonePrint presets. The Hall Of Fame 2 pedal features the same characteristics as the original with three added features. The revolutionary MASH technology adds the rich and fluid articulation of an expression pedal to your reverb effects in the same compact stompbox, whilst a crystalline Shimmer reverb can be controlled with MASH for a dynamic performance in real-time.
MASH reacts to the amount of pressure you put on the switch. For each reverb type, MASH will control a different parameter, allowing you to express yourself without having to bend down and turn knobs and without a dedicated expression pedal. The Hall of Fame 2 provides eight different studio quality reverb presets for a wide range of tonal possibilities right out of the box but more are available through the TonePrint Editor. The pedal also features two extra TonePrint slots to give you even more possibilities for using your own custom reverbs or the signature TonePrints by iconic artists.
The main features of the TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 Reverb Pedal include:
Manufacturer: TC Electronic
This page first created on: 30/05/2017
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I was about to purchase a Hall of Fame, and discovered the newly released model, just in the nick of time !I have a TC polytune, and Flashback, and have been very happy with them on my board.The variety of reverbs is good, and the adjustment parameters are all good.Mash is interesting, but I haven't found an in song use for it yet - maybe better in studio? I've settled on a plate setting with level at 10oclock, so note clarity isn't totally washed out , everything else at noon, on a very clean amp - sounds really good.Tone print 3, with the mash as a swell pedal, will end up as the prog rockers intro piece of choice.This is a very flexible piece of kit!
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