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TC Electronic Introduces the HOF Mini Reverb Pedal

Sporting a single knob, the TC Electronic HOF Mini is designed for players who have limited pedalboard real estate.

Risskov, Denmark (October 2, 2013) -- TC Electronic is announcing the followup to its smash hit Hall Of Fame Reverb pedal, the Hall Of Fame Mini Reverb. Characterized by its simple, minimalistic and tiny form factor, combined with TC Electronic’s classic reverb sounds and TonePrint functionality – Hall Of Fame Mini Reverb is sure to enthuse guitarists far and wide! Hall Of Fame Mini Reverb is available immediately at 109€ SSP, £95 SSP and $109 MAP.

Hall Of Fame Mini Reverb builds on the extremely succesful Ditto Looper and PolyTune Mini platform, by delivering TC Electronic’s most famous reverbs and all reverb TonePrints to a miniature form factor, with no compromises on sound quality.

Hall Of Fame Mini’s default sound is TC Electronic’s famous Hall Reverb, but from there any of the tones of its big brother Hall Of Fame Reverb can be loaded quickly and easily via the TonePrint App for iPhone. Any reverb sound you need, from spring, room, plate, cathedral and all the signature artist reverb TonePrints are waiting for you in the TonePrint App for an unparalleled reverb experience.

On top of all this, Hall Of Fame Mini sports all the killer features guitarists have come to expect from TC Electronic: an ultra-small footprint, true bypass and an Analog-Dry-Through design which means no conversion of the dry signal for absolute tonal transparency and zero latency.

Tore Mogensen, TC Electronic’s Business Manager for Guitar adds: ”Sometimes it just astounds me how quickly our Guitar Team just keeps evolving. If you look at what this tiny, one-knob pedal can do and how amazing it sounds – wow! I think this is the type of pedal that everyone can afford and will please even the most hardcore reverb fan.”

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