The updated features include kill dry function, expression pedal/tap-tempo input, and a more user-friendly interface.

Jakarta, Indonesia (January 15, 2018) -- Adding to the company’s line of innovative pedals, GFI System has unveiled Specular Reverb V3 and Clockwork Delay V3 pedals. The Specular Reverb was awarded Guitar Player Editors’ Pick in June 2017 and Tone Report Top Tone Award in February 2016. Compared to their V2 predecessors, the Specular Reverb and Clockwork Delay V3 pedals offer the following new features: kill dry function, expression pedal/tap-tempo input, and a more user-friendly interface.

Each pedal offers the following features:

  • Compact size
  • 7 hand-crafted algorithms with 8 presets
  • Powerful expression control and Tap-Tempo Input
  • Stereo input and output
  • Kill Dry capability
  • Analog Dry-Thru

The key advantages of the pedals are compact size, versatile sounds and the ability to store presets. The pedals are designed for players who seek a variety of programmable stereo delay/reverb sounds in a compact footprint. The Specular Reverb V3 and Clockwork Delay V3 pedals carry suggested retail prices of $259.00 each and are available at our dealers worldwide.

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