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Wampler Reflection Reverb Reverb, it's either too basic or too complicated. Not anymore. The Reflection is a compact, single-button reverb pedal designed to get the washes of tone that you see in some overly complicated stompbox computers. Flip a switch to shift from swampy and springy to studio-grade plate reverb. Manipulate that ambience on the fly, thanks to the intuitive control layout. With internal switches to control the effect’s tails and dry signal, this pedal will integrate perfectly into almost any guitar rig. 2 voicings: studio grade plate and big tank-like spring Infinite Decay and up to 140ms early reflection make it as organic as possible Internal dip switch for true bypass/buffered to allow ‘trails’ Internal dip switch for ‘dry kill’ that just has the reverb sounding High-grade components selected for their superior sound and response Hand built in the U.S.A.


Moog One

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Looking for Vocal mic for Female lead vocals in home studio

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