Keeley Electronics Announces the Caverns Delay Reverb V2

The delay side of the pedal incorporates Keeley's popular Magnetic Echo circuit.

Edmond, OK (August 21, 2017) -- Keeley Electronics is proud to announce the Caverns Delay Reverb V2.

The New Caverns Delay Reverb V2 dual-effect pedal combines delay and reverb for the perfect end to any pedalboard. It features Keeley's analog-style tape delay with modulation options. The 650ms of warm delay combine with Spring, Shimmer or Modulated Reverb with true bypass or trails option. Because of its small and compact design, the New Caverns is a perfect fit for any travel rig or small board where you have tight space requirements. The new V2 features Keeley's most popular time-based effects, blended perfectly and fine-tuned over 2 years. It will be an amazing addition to any board.

The Reverb side of the pedal features 3 Cavernous sounds:

  • Spring Mode - Blackflace-style spring reverb with F-Style tremolo
  • Modulation Mode - Choral modulation to the reverb for a huge, cavernous reverb
  • Shimmer Mode - Reverb with emphasis on octave-up voices in reverb trails

The delay side of the pedal incorporates Keeley's popular Magnetic Echo circuit, designed to emulate analog tape delay lines. Three-way switchable modulation gives you options for adding Wow and Flutter to the repeats. Perfectly voiced echoes sit in the mix well, either clean or with distortion.

The New Caverns Delay Reverb V2 builds on the old Caverns pedal by giving players a more open and logical control layout and more space between the foot switches. Top-Mounted Jacks allow for a compact pedal board layout. True-Bypass or Trails option gives you the freedom to create huge caverns of sounds and let them ring out even after you turn the pedal off. Our buffers are engineered to retain your tone and feed your amplifier a full strength signal. The New Caverns Delay Reverb V2 is entirely built in the US.

For more information:
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