Line 6 Verb Zilla Stereo Reverb
One of the standout pedals from the Tone Core series; the Verb Zilla is one of the finest digital reverb pedals ever made. Increasingly hard to find and much sought after by those who know, this awesome pedal provides you with an abundance of different reverb modes that take you from classic, drippy spring sounds through cave like echoes and all the way to octave shimmers. Providing you with true stereo; trails option, Mix knob which allows you to kill your dry signal and built like a tank to boot. This is quite simply one of the finest reverb pedals money can buy.
Mix: Allows you to control the amount of reverb in your signal. Fully counter clockwise will give you no reverb, fully clockwise will give you 100% reverb (no dry signal).
Decay : Controls how quickly the reverb tail fades to silence.
Time: Controls the length of pre-delay from 10ms to 200ms. Pre-delay is the amount of delay before the reverb chamber and is adjusted with this control.
Tone : Allows you to adjust the tonal character of the reverb, giving you the flexibility to go from dark and subtle to bright and splashy.
Trails Switch : Turn Trails Switch on to keep Verbzilla’s processing engaged while in bypass, so your reverb smoothly trail away when you kick the effect off.
Chamber: An elongated ambient space such as a hall, stairwell or elevator shaft creates this reverb type. Dreamy.
Hall: Simulates the sound of a concert hall or large open space with a strong reverb tail. Imagine a gymnasium, performance hall, or cathedral.
Ducking: Built using a 'Hall' but with a ducking effect. The volume of your reverb is “ducked” (reduced) while you’re playing, and increases when you stop. This allows for clean musical passages with a touch of reverb that ramps up in volume once you stop playing. All of your passages will end with a reverb tail, but the passage itself will not be clouded.
Octo: Creates a lush, ambient space with a harmonized decay whose harmonic denseness is controlled by the time knob. Use volume swells and prepare to float on a cloud 9!.............CRAZY!
Cave: Surreal cavernous echo chamber. I’m just a simple caveman... Your world frightens and confuses me... what more can be said.
Tile: Emulates the acoustic reflections of a tiled room, such as a bathroom or shower, with clearer/brighter discreet early reflections.
Echo: Just like it says …echo…echo…echo. This is a lush echo with reverb.
‘63 Spring: Based on a 1963 brown spring reverb head unit. Best known for great surf guitar tone!
Spring: Based on a studio spring reverb. A spring reverb's characteristic resonant sound was created by springs suspended inside a metal box. Sweet!
Plate: Based on an studio Plate reverb. A plate reverb's character is similar to that of the spring. They both have a metallic resonant quality. Plate reverbs consisted of a thin metal sheet suspended inside a box. Dampening the metal plate would give the user control over the reverberant effect.
Room: Simulates the acoustic properties of a classic echo chamber , which was a room used in early recording studios for reverb effects. Smaller than a hall, room reverbs consists mainly of early reflections.
This is a second hand item in excellent condition. There's velcro on the back and some minor scuffs and scrapes to the enclosure ebut otherwise a very clean unit. No original box.