Electro Harmonix has released its latest pedal, the Oceans 11 reverb (seemingly unrelated to the 2001 film of the same name). Compared to Electro Harmonix’ humble but simplistic Holy Grail, the Oceans 11 is packed with features – I’m not talking about George Clooney’s dashing smile.
Hall Of Fame owners beware: The New Electro-Harmonix Oceans 11 offers a multitude of reverb settings for your ambient pleasure.
Electro-Harmonix has clearly slated the stompbox to compete with other muli-verbs like the TC Electronics’ Hall of Fame series, with a multimode function that provides a suite of reverb styles – 11 to be exact.
Although the pedal is yet to officially hit Australian retailers, you can expect it to be priced closely to its close cousin, the Canyon delay, which offers a similar flexibility in delay presets. Pair these two together and you’ll be lost in never-ending ambience.
The Oceans 11 features a range of lush settings, including classics like hall, spring, and plate, plus a reverse reverb, mod reverb with two flavours of modulation (chorus and flange), a tremolo reverb, shimmer and more.
Also featured in the Oceans 11 Reverb, are several ‘hidden’ parameters that are accessed in the ‘Secondary Knob Mode’, letting the player take greater control of its effects. An internal tails switch also gives the option of letting the reverb trail out naturally after the pedal is switched off, or to cut immediately.
See more info at the EHX website.