With four control knobs to dial in your sound, the Hall of Fame 2 Reverb Pedal allows you to choose up to eight studio-quality reverb types.
The next generation of TC Electronic’s highly regarded digital reverb pedal, the Hall of Fame 2, uses four control knobs to dial in your sound. Decay adjusts how long the reverberation trails on, Tone adjusts the volume of the octave up signal allowing for bright to dark reverb tones, and Level adjusts how loud the reverberations are — from subtle to all-encompassing. The fourth control is the Type Setter, which allows you to choose one of eight studio-quality reverb types plus three “TonePrint” reverberations that you can create yourself, or download from the internet.
The eight studio-quality types include Room, Hall, Spring, Plate, Church, Shim, Mod, and LoFi. The Shim type is new to the Hall of Fame 2. There’s a Pre Delay toggle switch that lets you choose between a long or a short pre-delay. The On/Off foot switch doubles as a Long-Hold “Mash” button that, when held, will change different parameters of the reverb types, depending on which is selected. The Mash button is also pressure-sensitive and pressing it will adjust the parameter amount. The Hall of Fame 2 has stereo inputs and outputs as well as a USB for connecting to a computer for downloading and editing.