Earthquaker Combine Delay and Reverb With Avalanche Run

Best of Both Worlds

American pedal designer Earthquaker Devices have delivered time and time again. After taking home consecutive Best in Show awards for their pedals at Summer NAMM, Earthquaker presents Avalanche Run, bringing together two perfectly sound effects that help blend and control your lead tone like never before.

Released after almost three months since the announcement, fans of Earthquaker are pleased to see how the Avalanche Run has turned out. Combining both delay and reverb, the two effects naturally intertwine and give the player even more texture and depth then on their own.

 

The Avalanche Run pedal combines six delay modes, with a built-up three-seconds of delay time. The delay has a natural spur and gives the player a tap tempo function to play in time with Earthquakers first DSP-powered plate style reverb section.

The Avalanche’s purpose is to build a sonic-wall of multi-sectioned soundscapes. The pedal delivers a powerful and effortless flow of synonymous delay and reverb which is fitted with a three-way switch, that allows a reverse delay and swell reverb setting.The pedal is perfect for large atmospheric, ambient, post-rock psychedelic guitar playing, and emerges as an instant favourite when used.

 

To see the Avalanche Run pedal in action, watch below.

 

For more details on Earthquaker Devices, head to globalvintage.com.au.

 

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