The Immerse houses eight stellar stereo reverbs including wet, hall, plate, and spring settings.

Santa Ana, California (January 19, 2016) -- Neunaber Audio Effects announces the launch of the Immerse Reverberator Pedal. Immerse will preview at The NAMM Show 2016 and be available for purchase mid-February.

The Neunaber Immerse houses eight stellar stereo reverbs, each painstakingly crafted: Wet, hall, plate & spring reverbs, two shimmers, Wet+echo, and Wet+detune. Simply select the effect using the center knob, and the outer four knobs adjust its parameters—fully tailoring the effect to the player's preference.

Delivering unrivaled sound quality and no-nonsense flexibility in a compact footprint, the Immerse can be used with instruments of all types.

Features:

  • Controls for Effect Select, Effect Level, Reverb Depth, Tone and Effect Adjust
  • Input and output can be used mono or full stereo
  • Kill Dry switch for parallel effect loops
  • Switch for trails or normal bypass
  • High-quality buffered bypass
  • Analog dry signal for low noise and no latency
  • Small footprint: 4.6" x 2.9" x 2.0" (116mm x 73mm x 49mm)
  • (Powered by a standard 9V pedal power supply 70 mA minimum, not included)
  • Designed and manufactured in California USA

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