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Everything that's great about the original MKIII, in an ultra versatile stereo setup!
The Crazy Tube Circuits Splash MKIII Reverb offers an impressive array of reverb options. With simple dynamic controls and three different reverb algorithms you're sure to find right sound whether from simple room reverb to huge ambient soundscapes. A lush reverb sound can be a huge part of your signature tone, and with this pedal you've got a wide range of options to shape your own, unique sound. Additionally, we love how these pedals maintain the true tone of your instrument, without unnecessarily coloring the signal that's being fed into it.
"Featuring the same studio quality reverb algorithms of mono version - now expanded in stereo.
Algorithm I: The “exciter”. From a touch of ambience to spacious pad effect, especially on extreme settings. Our best seller algorithm !!!
Algorithm II: Moderate sized reverb. From a spring style reverb up to room and hall
Algorithm III : Large reverb. From hall to ambience
A newly designed mix knob features kill dry function when maxed out that is great for volume swells without the need of your volume knob/pedal.
Besides the separate mix and level controls for each channel you can now choose between 2 presets of reverb algorithm, excite, decay and mix.
Add that to an expression pedal input to control reverb decay/mix or even remotely bypass/engage the effect and presets.
Excite your tone with Splash mk3 stereo + and its many layers of practical functionality!"
Excite: Add harmonics and presence to the reverb signal. In the "exciter" algorithm it also controls predelay (0-100ms).
Decay: Length of the reverb tail. In "exciter" mode when set to max decay goes almost to infinity while retaining the dynamic response of the other two algorithms.
Mix/Kill Dry: Control reverb level. Mix control is also a push/pull switch. In the up position it kills dry the signal to get 100% wet when maxed out.
Volume: When a large amount of reverb is applied it is normal for the instrument to get lost in the mix. Use this control to boost the output from 0-20db.
Toggle: Choose between the different reverb algorithms.