A more spacious 'verb with shimmering capabilities.

Richland, WA (November 10, 2015) -- Adding to the company’s well-established line of boutique guitar effects, Matthews Effects has unveiled the new Astronomer Celestial Reverb. Offering two independent channels to switch between on the fly lets the user set each to their taste with easy access and tweakability. There is more in this single footprint size than in most pedals double it size. While saving you board space it gives you the quality tone you come to expect from Matthews Effects.

Features:

  • Mix control
  • Glow control (shimmer mix)
  • Travel Control (Decay)
  • 2 independent channels foot-switchable
  • True bypass
  • Top mounted jacks

$200 street

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