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The HardWire Supernatural Ambient Reverb is a multi-reverb effect pedal from DigiTech. It offers seven studio-quality reverbs in a single, compact, easy to use pedal. From subtle sonic enhancement to lush reverb-plus-modulation effects, the Supernatural Ambient Reverb delivers a wide selection of rich, ambient sounds.
The Supernatural Ambient Reverb provides musicians with a wide palette of Lexicon reverb types including Spring, Plate, Plate Mod, Shimmer, Supernova, Shine and Pherb. The pedal can be used in mono or stereo to enhance any instrument in both live and studio settings.
The Supernatural can be powered by a 9-volt battery or optional power supply (sold separately). An included Stomplock knob guard prevents accidental knob adjustments and the custom-cut hook-and-loop pad can be attached to the bottom of the pedal to lock it onto your pedalboard.
Lexicon Reverb Types
Plate - The classic studio reverb heard on countless records
Plate Mod - Plate reverb sweetened with chorus
Shimmer - Ethereal reverb with cascading octave shifts
Supernova - Deep space reverb with twisting flange and pitch-shifting
Shine - Shimmer reverb with a thick, lush chorus added
Pherb - Rich Lexicon Hall reverb with a hint of phasing
Spring - The unmistakable classic 'surf' reverb
Tails On/Off Switch - When on, reverb tails are not cut off in bypass
True Stereo I/O
True Bypass circuitry preserves your tone in bypass
Constant High-Voltage operation for signal integrity
Included Stomplock knob guard locks your tone in place and prevents tampering or accidental knob adjustments onstage