Cusack Music Unveils the Resound Reverb

The pedal features eight reverb programs, eight user programmable presets, and a live mode for quick programming.

Holland, MI (July 26, 2018) -- Cusack Music has unveiled their newest original design, the Resound Reverb pedal. The Resound has eight reverb programs, and eight user programmable presets arranged in four banks of two.


  • Eight reverb programs and eight user programmable presets.
  • Large 10mm four-color center LED to indicate bank, and left and right footswitch LEDs to indicate the preset selected within the bank.
  • Dual presets allow for no-loss transitions between two variants of the same program.
  • Live mode for quick programming and the controls can also be adjusted in the Preset mode.
  • Two Parameters plus decay controls specific for each program.
  • Controls for program, mix, level, cascade, and trails.
  • Extend footswitch instantly maximizes decay knob settings.
  • Stereo outputs, with wet/dry choice for the second output.
  • User can select expression pedal function as an option for the second output.
  • All controls (including chosen EP function) can save for each preset.
  • 9V power supply only—no internal battery connection
  • Made in USA and carries a lifetime warranty

Street price is $279.

For more information:
Cusack Music

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