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Oceans 12 Reverberant Pedal

   
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Electro-Harmonix Oceans 12 Stereo Reverb/Echo Pedal Features:

  • Dual stereo reverb effects pedal with 24 presets
  • Total of 28 different reverb/echo modes to explore
  • Completely independent reverb engines can be configured in parallel or series
  • Stereo I/O can be used for true stereo operation or as mono I/O plus a mono send/return loop (pre- or post-reverb)
  • Tails switch allows reverb tails to decay naturally after switching the pedal off
  • Tide control allows you to fine-tune the stereo image
  • Input jack for expression pedal/footswitch

The Rabbit Hole of Reverb Pedals

With its two simultaneous, independent stereo reverb engines, the Electro-Harmonix Oceans 12 is one of the most creatively versatile reverb pedals we've seen. A total of 28 reverb modes cover everything from classic spring and hall reverbs to chorus/flanger reverbs, shimmer effects, and even polyphonic pitch shifting. And the stereo I/O scheme can be used for either true stereo operation or as mono I/O along with a mono send/return loop. Complete with a Tails switch that allows reverbs to decay naturally after you switch off the effect, the Electro-Harmonix Oceans 12 may be the dual stereo reverb your pedalboard has been waiting for.

28 total reverb modes to select from:

  • Room: two modes, including a lively room and a spacious performance hall
  • Spring: two modes, including a vintage tube reverb emulation and the EHX Holy Grail spring algorithm
  • Plate: two modes, emulating the metal plates used in studios in the '60s and '70s
  • Reverse: two modes, including reverse reverbs and "true reversed echoes"
  • Echo: three modes, featuring digital delay with different echo rhythms
  • Trem: three modes, featuring different tremolo waveshapes
  • Mod: two modes, including chorus and flanger reverbs
  • Dyna: three modes, including Swell, Gate, and Duck
  • Auto-Inf: three modes of auto-infinite reverb, including chorus, flange, and reverb-only
  • Shimmer: two modes, different versions of an octave-shifted reverb wash
  • Polyphonic: two modes, including configurable bi-directional pitch shifts
  • Resonant: two modes, including tunable resonation and self-oscillating filters