Introducing the Collider Delay+Reverb:
A High-End Collection of Delay and Reverb Effects
?in a Single Pedal.
"Until now, the only way to access a high-end collection of reverbs and delays was to purchase two large, expensive pedals. We have broken through this barrier with Collider. Now you can have access to a collection of the best reverbs AND the best delays all in the same compact design." -Source Audio President Roger Smith
Here it is, the Collider Delay+Reverb!! We hand-picked the most popular and useful delay and reverb engines from our highly-regarded Ventris Dual Reverb and Nemesis Delay pedals and put them inside this sleek and powerful new pedal. The Collider features two completely independent 56-bit signal processors, essentially housing a high-powered reverb AND a high-powered delay pedal in a single box. This means that it is possible to create magnificent tones with any two-effect combination of delay/reverb, delay/delay, or reverb/reverb. And dual footswitches provide individual Engage/Bypass control over each effect, making it a perfect choice for live performance.
The Collider offers 12 different effect engines. On the delay side, it includes vintage tones inspired by the Maestro EP-3 Echoplex© tape delay, the increasingly rare Oil Can delay design, and a classic analog bucket brigade circuit. The Collider's more contemporary delay effects include the pristine Digital Delay and a tripped-out Reverse Delay. On the Reverb side, the Collider offers highly-accurate models of tried-and-true reverb tones like Spring, Plate, and the Lexicon Hall©, natural replications of large and small acoustic spaces, and other-worldly, ambient dreamscape shapers like Shimmer, Swell, and E-Dome.
It also comes with an extremely useful set of features including stereo inputs and outputs, 8 user presets (or 128 presets accessible via MIDI messages), integrated tap tempo (with a 3-way beat division switch), Reverb Hold mode, full MIDI capability, external expression control, and external preset switching.
We cannot wait to hear what you do with this pedal.