Every Reverb Type You Could Ask For
With 11 reverb types and a ton of "hidden" functionality, the Electro-Harmonix Oceans 11 reverb pedal could be your new go-to reverb pedal. You can tap into classic tones like hall, plate, and spring reverbs, including a brand-new spring reverb algorithm that sounds gloriously complex and rich — you can even double-tap the footswitch to "crash" the spring reverb. And you'll be able to cover a huge range of modern tones with a variety of modulated reverbs, shimmer reverb, reverse reverb, and more. A Mode switch offers access to variations on many of the 11 reverb types. Complete with an infinite reverb mode for freeze-style effects, there is vast creative potential in the Electro-Harmonix Oceans 11 reverb pedal.
11 reverb types, with multiple variations too
Guitarists at Sweetwater have long been fans of Electro-Harmonix's reverb offerings, and the Oceans 11 continues to impress. In addition to the 11 modes listed below, a Mode switch gives you alternative variations on many of the different reverb types. You can also connect an external footswitch to trigger infinite reverb effects.
- Hall — rich and full sound of a grand concert hall
- Spring — brand-new tube spring reverb emulation
- Plate — lush and warm plate reverb
- Reverse — each note fades in backwards
- Echo — recirculates echoes through the plate reverb algorithm
- Trem — hall reverb plus tremolo
- Mod — modulated reverb
- Dyna — swells, gates, and ducks in response to your playing dynamics
- Auto-Inf — auto-infinite reverb triggers a wash of reverb with each new note or strum
- Shim — shimmer reverb with an octave-shifted wash that blooms behind your core tone
- Poly — polyphonic reverb with two pitch shifts operating on your pre-reverb guitar tone