The SPRING algorithm is a re-creation of the classic spring reverbs that are found in many guitar amplifiers. The HALL algorithm simulates the reverberations heard in large spaces such as a concert hall or cathedral. The PLATE algorithm is an emulation of a metal plate reverb commonly found in high end recording studios during the 1960s and ?70s. The PLATE reverb is a very smooth, tonally balanced sounding reverb that sounds great on many different instruments, especially vocals. True bypass switching ensures your tone won't be affected when the pedal is bypassed.
- REVERB Knob: - Controls the wet/dry mix from 100% dry (counter-clockwise position) to 100% wet (clockwise position). As the REVERB knob is turned, the overall output volume remains nearly constant. Your dry signal remains analog from input to output through the Neo Holy Grail.
- Toggle Switch: - Switches between the three different reverb algorithms.
- INPUT Jack: - This ¼" jack is the audio input of the Neo Holy Grail. The input impedance is 1MΩ.
- AMP Jack: - This ¼" jack is the audio output of the Neo Holy Grail. The output impedance is 500Ω.