Digitech Supernatural Ambient Stereo Reverb Pedal
The Supernatural starts with the best Plate reverb we have ever heard. If that’s not for you, switch over to the "Plate Mod" setting to add an idyllic layer of chorus. "Shimmer" evokes the mysteries of the heavens with upward cascading reverb into truly ethereal octave shifts. "Shine" is thick reverb with lush chorus and a hint of pitch shifting. "Supernova" is boundless reverb shining with the brilliance of flange and just a subtle trace of pitch shifting. "Pherb" uses the Lexicon Hall reverb flavored with a tasteful hint of phasing. The Spring setting is the most accurate and realistic spring reverb on the market today.
- Tails On/Off Switch - When on, reverb tails are not cut off in bypassTrue Stereo I/OTrue Bypass circuitry preserves your tone in bypass
- Constant High-Voltage operation for uncompromised signal qualityStomplock knob guard locks your tone in place and prevent tampering or accidental knob adjustments onstage
- Pedal Switch Glow Sticker helps you locate the pedal in adverse stage lightingCustom-cut Hook and Loop Pedalboard Pad to attach and lock your pedals to your pedalboard
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Good reverb pedal. The shimmer mode is awesome. Ideal for beginner/intermediate players who can't afford a Strymon Sky or Big Sky. The only con I faced was the slightly low output volume when compared to the other pedals on my board. Well, at this price it can be overlooked. When hooked up with distortion, pitch shifter and delay it is out of this world!
All the boutique reverb pedals like Strymon blue sky, boss rv500, MXR, tc electronics are quite expensive..I already have two zoom ms 70 crd and one boss rv6 on my Pedalboard but i wanted to try this pedal as it says ambient.. Trying this pedal at first felt it had too much artifact.. But tweaking the mix and delay i found my sweetspot..And now it is my main reverb pedal..
I am writing a review on this pedal for the second time to be fair to its potential. After getting more familiar with the settings and after I ran thru My Fishman SA220 in stereo with my beat up Tacoma Chief C1C Plugged Acoustic Guitar the result was no short from Massive Reverbs. I don't Gig any more but I had some people over and they did not fathom. That Ocean of Reverb was coming out of a sub Rs. 12000 pedal Go for it!!!