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#2477718 - 03/15/13 12:24 AM Question about TC HoF
Nillerbabs Offline
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Registered: 12/15/08
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What up, shredders and gentle fretlings!

On a brief visit from the keys department. I have a short question about the Hall of Fame reverb, which I recently bought from a friend for cheapsies. When I turn off the effect, the reverb is cut immediately. I would like it to resound after switching off the pedal, having everything I play thereafter be dry. Do you know if this is possible? Would seem odd to mé if not. To my ears, the manual doesn't state this clearly.

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#2477725 - 03/15/13 03:05 AM Re: Question about TC HoF [Re: Nillerbabs]
The Geoff Offline
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On the pedal I have, there are 2 output sockets - one cuts the effect instantly when the button is pressed, plugging into the other allows the affected signal to continue until the effect wears off naturally - would this apply to your pedal?

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#2477779 - 03/15/13 08:21 AM Re: Question about TC HoF [Re: The Geoff]
Winston Psmith Offline
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Some Delay/Reverb pedals have a "trails" setting, which allows the Delay/Reverb sound to trail off, even when you've switched off the pedal. I was just reading the HOF manual on the TC site, and didn't see anything about a "trails" setting for any of the various Reverb models. You may want to email the company for more info. Good luck.
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#2477826 - 03/15/13 11:09 AM Re: Question about TC HoF [Re: Winston Psmith]
Larryz Offline
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I would look into using an expression pedal in conjunction with your reverb. You can increase the effect and decrease the effect to include tapering it off and going dry...
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