The original Hall of Fame is one of the most popular reverb pedals we've seen at Music Experience, and the TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 reverb pedal delivers new shimmer reverb algorithms and an innovative Mash footswitch for expressive effects. In addition to toggling the reverb effect on and off, the Mash footswitch is pressure-sensitive so you can use it like an expression pedal to control reverb parameters. And fans of TonePrint effects presets can rejoice — the Hall of Fame 2 reverb pedal boasts three slots for TonePrint presets, allowing you to have three custom-tailored reverb effects at the ready.
TC's shimmer reverb algorithms pitch-shift the reverb effect up one octave to create ethereal, ambient effects. Perfect for shoegaze, worship, and other ambient styles, shimmer reverb is just one of the updated algorithms you'll find in the Hall of Fame 2 pedal.
TonePrint-enabled pedals such as the Hall of Fame 2 allow you to use the TonePrint app to download custom-designed artist presets. You can also use the TonePrint editor software to create your own custom verbs. The Hall of Fame 2 pedal allows you to load up three different TonePrint presets simultaneously for more flexibility onstage.
The innovative Mash footswitch gives the Hall of Fame 2 pedal amazing creative potential. In addition to toggling the reverb effect, this pressure-sensitive footswitch can be used in a similar fashion to an expression pedal. Use it to swell the reverb effect in and out dynamically, or assign other reverb parameters to the Mash footswitch for even more sonic creativity.
The new Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb covers everything the original did and packs 3 new powerful features. The revolutionary MASH technology adds the rich and fluid articulation of an expression pedal to your reverb effects in the same compact stompbox that you know. On top of that, we carefully designed a crystalline Shimmer reverb that you can control with MASH for spine-tingling performance in real-time. In fact, you can control pretty much any parameter conceivable with MASH. With the TonePrint Editor you can unleash the expressive potential in MASH any way you like. Of course, you can still get all the iconic reverbs and TonePrints that you know from the original.
MASH reacts to the amount of pressure you put on the switch. The harder you press, the more intense the effect. For each reverb type, MASH will control a different parameter, letting you express yourself without having to bend down and turn knobs and without a dedicated expression pedal. For example, you could use MASH to conjure up liquid swells of reverb while keeping both your hands on the guitar, or using the Mod setting you can MASH the amount of chorus on the reverb tail. In the TonePrint Editor, you can assign MASH to control any parameter.
Go tone hunting in the ethereal realm with the new Shimmer reverb algorithm which lends a mercurial touch to your playing by adding an octave pitch shift to your signal. This was the most sought after feature among the original Hall Of Fame users so we wanted something that would live up to your wishes. We used the state-of-the-art polyphonic octave algorithm from our own Sub 'N' Up Octaver to achieve the most hauntingly immaculate shimmering texture. Using MASH, you can push the effect into self-oscillation intuitively by shifting your weight on the pedal.
The Hall Of Fame 2 provides 8 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 2 extra TonePrint slots to give you even more possibilities for using your own custom reverbs or the signature TonePrints by our family of iconic artists.
You love tone, so do we, and our design philosophy testifies to that. So whatever route you wanna go, we got your back. With optimized headroom, True Bypass or Buffered Bypass switch and Kill-Dry on/off, this pedal guarantees optimal tonal integrity and zero loss of tone. And, no matter if the pedal is on or off your precious dry sound is always passed through the pedal unharmed in all it's pure analog glory due to an Analog-Dry-Through.