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Back to basics
Since 2017, at Anasounds they took the challenge to offer a reverb with the tone of the legendary fender twin reverb, they wanted an excellent way to find back this particular sound without acquiring such beast. To do this, Anasounds on several technologies, including dedicated digital processors, fv-1s, belton btdr… they tried everything!
Then they finally made an observation, there are very few solutions of 100% analog reverb! Anasounds were surprised to see that this exceptional combination was so underused, the few competitors that started to do it, did not go deep into the concept, large boxes and fairly rudimentary settings. So with the aim of improving this situation, they continued to research in order to propose a new approach of the spring reverb. a twin reverb in a pedal and much more… this is how the element spring reverb was born!
The element is a pedal that takes back the very essence of the analogue reverb, which is obtained by physically stimulating springs thanks to the guitar signal. Simple, no artificials, no calculations. From beautiful mechanics coupled to analog signal processing.
This is the Element pedal plus the Le Bon spring reverb tank.
Le bon, is the smallest of the reverb tanks, small in size but full of resources, it is ample enough for guitar and will save room to the point of leaving it attached on top of the pedal board, so you can admire the beauty of moving springs!
Back to the 60’s, californian beach, surfers, guitars, mix out loud, some anthology riffs.
From Dick Dale to David Gilmour through Bob Marley. Even the ambient guys will put away their shimmers and try to come back to the springs!
A Moog, an Arturia or anything in your hands, a good raw sequence and this reverb will be able to round up the angles, give your sound scope and then bring a good dose of harmonics!