The Walrus Audio Descent Reverb is a reverb guitar effects pedal with an integrated octaver. The Descent is a reverb with -1 and +1 octave options. There are three modes to shape the reverb; Hall, Reverse, and Shimmer. The Descent was designed to create ambient textures of sound, from thick and endless hall reverbs to symphonic shimmers. The Descent is a three mode reverb system; hall, reverse, and shimmer.   In each mode, the user has the ability to feed +1 and -1 octaves into the reverberated signal. The Hall mode will feature a classic reverb sound that can move your signal from a small-room-echo to a haunting long hall-echo. The Reverse mode smoothly flips your signal to playback unique responses and can be manipulated with pre-delay time controls. Shimmer mode highlights the octave features, dry signal, -1, and +1 to mix in your signal and creates a symphony of sound. The use of an isolated power supply is recommended for powering all Walrus Audio Pedals. Daisy chain power supplies are not recommended.

The main features of the Walrus Audio Descent Reverb include:

  • 3 operation modes: Hall, Reverse, Shimmer
  • Integrated octaver
  • 3 storage spaces for presets
  • Controller: Dry Mix, Reverb Time, Diminish, Tweak, Wet Mix, Dry signal, Octave +1, -1 Octave
  • Switch: Hall / Reverse / Shimmer mode, Preset, Bypass
  • Connection for optional footswitch and expression pedal
  • Stereo outputs
  • Operating with optional 9V power supply
  • Dimensions: 143 x 117 x 40 mm (W x D x H)

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Descent Reverb / Octave Machine
Finish
  • Blue
Categories
Year
  • 2015 - Present
Made In
  • United States
Pedal Format
  • Standard

Red Apple Audio

Belfast, United Kingdom
Sales:1,576
Joined Reverb:2017

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