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Up for sale is the brand new Earthquaker Devices Ledges Reverb Pedal. From our pals over there at EQD:

Hey you! Yeah you. Get over here. There you go … a little closer, a little closer, a few more steps up and … voila! Pretty sweet up here, isn’t it? Don’t be nervous, your fear of heights need not apply here, even at this altitude. This is a different kind of ledge we’re so majestically standing upon. Just breathe in the fresh air and fix your gaze upon this wondrous masterpiece before you that is the EarthQuaker Devices Ledges™ Reverb.

Now we know you’re wondering what this compact and impeccably designed stomp box has in store, because you’re a curious person, and we like that about you. Well, this here is a three-mode reverb with the ability to save and recall six presets and user-assignable expression control with loads of customizable options. If you’re looking for that classic, standard reverb tone from the players and songs you love without any other effects, then this is your pedal. If you want to push the limits and take it further to sonic reaches that only you can uncover, then this is also your pedal. It’s everything you’ve ever wanted and needed out of a reverb and it’s the reason we brought you all the way up to this towering tone precipice.

The three switchable modes each deliver a unique blend of reverb, but are connected through a spectrum where the Room (R) reverb’s longest setting is the Hall (H) reverb’s shortest setting, the Hall reverb’s longest setting is the Plate’s (P) shortest setting, and the Plate’s longest setting just keeps on going. That’s why it’s dubbed the infinity plate. Makes sense. The Room setting at its shortest achieves a small, boxy room sound that gradually gets bigger as you turn it up. As you increase the Hall setting, it morphs into a Cathedrals™-style reverb that becomes really big, boomy and echoey with distant reflections. Turn up the Plate setting to get bouncy reflections that recycle and reverberate forever. The rest is in your hands, so you do you.

For lovers of amp-style reverb, such as yourself, we made this pedal with you in mind. Dial this baby in to go from an ‘80s slapback reverb mix to a bigger room spring reverb with the twist of the dials. The Mix knob lets you control how much your signal is affected, while the Length knob controls the size of the reverb. The Damping knob subtly mutes the high frequency reflections of the reverb, which you’ll hear clearly by adjusting your gain. When EQD founder Jamie Stillman set out to make this classic, all-encompassing reverb, he created about 700 circuit settings, and these were the three that he meticulously selected. The man basically resonates reverb when he walks in a room now. Our office walls are still shaking.

And let’s not forget that you have six, count ‘em, six Presets available at your disposal. Simply select a number with the switchable knob and then engage the Save on the center button and dial in this sucker to your heart’s content. A quick Recall on the same button and you have all of your personalized reverb sounds with the tap of your toe. And the best part is that you can assign an expression pedal to each of the three controls and then save it all in the presets. So go wild! Now that you’ve gotten the gist of this we can finally climb down from up here. Hey, I can see my house!

Each Ledges™ pedal is handcrafted on the highest peaks of the extreme altitude of Akron, Ohio, USA, where they are then transported down for delivery by carrier falcon.


Model : Ledges Tri-Dimensional Reverberation Machine