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Outlaw Effects 24K Guitar Reverb Pedal   

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24K is a compact digital reverb pedal that brings your tone to life with three distinct reverb modes. ROOM Mode gives you the organic reverb sound of...Read More

Available 01-02-2017

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There's gold in them thar hills.

24K is a compact digital reverb pedal that brings your tone to life with three distinct reverb modes. ROOM Mode gives you the organic reverb sound of a smaller room, PLATE Mode simulates the thick sounds of plate reverbs made famous in the '60s and '70s, and SPRING Mode offers the unmistakable and essential sound of classic spring reverbs found in many amplifiers.

Dialing in your reverb sound is quick and simple with 24K, giving you instant access to everything from a vintage surf tone to more modern reverb sounds straight from a studio rack. Featuring True Bypass switching, 24K offers colorful, rich reverb in a compact pedal.

Outlaw Effects are a compact and sensible line of guitar and bass effects pedals. They are slim and low profile, and take up very little room on a pedal board. True bypass switching, a rugged chassis, low noise and affordability are the hallmarks of the Outlaw Effects line. Saddle up, partner, there's a new sheriff in tone.

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  • Low profile
  • Silent operation
  • Rugged chassis

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Outlaw Effects24K Guitar Reverb Pedal
 
3.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

Great Inexpensive Reverb

By northof49

from Canada

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Durable
  • Excellent Sound Quality

Cons

  • Small Controls

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Performances

Comments about Outlaw Effects 24K Guitar Reverb Pedal:

Quite a range of reviews for this one, but my 24K experience has been postitive! The modes veer towards the brighter side, and Spring mode can get a little quacky on really high settings - but there is plenty of sweet spot before that. I've been able to get some very nice lush sounds, especially from the Room and Plate settings. And Spring mode works great for a little ambience (especially if your amp doesn't have reverb, like mine) especially on lower settings - I basically just keep it on. Seems very well-built. Hard to beat for the price.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Terrible harmonic overtones

By guitarman

from Dallas,TX

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Pros

  • Compact Design

Cons

  • Poor Sound Quality

Best Uses

    Comments about Outlaw Effects 24K Guitar Reverb Pedal:

    I have several tube amps ranging from 6 watts to 100 watts that have no built in reverb, so I was looking for a reverb pedal to add to my board. The size and price of the 24K attracted me so I went ahead and ordered it. Outlaw is a fairly new pedal manufacturer and there were no reviews for this pedal but some of their other pedals had great reviews. When I hooked it up I found it very difficult to dial in any sort of decent sound with any of the settings. Even the smallest adjustments would result in oversaturation of the effect. I finally got it dialed in to a halfway acceptable setting but then the worst part of this pedal came through. Strumming clean chords or even some crunchy rhythms it sounds ok, but when I try to solo with single note lines these terrible harmonic overtones come out with the notes. I first thought it might be the guitar I was using, but after switching guitars and trying again I got the same results. I switched the 24K off and no overtones, switched it back on and there they were again. I don't use a ton of reverb, just enough to sweeten the sound a little. I really wanted to like this pedal but this is a major flaw. It looks like I'll be on the hunt for a new reverb pedal. I find the reviews on MF an invaluable tool when making an online purchase. I hope this helps anyone looking for a decent reverb pedal. Buyer beware of this one.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great reverb for the price

    By Andy C

    from Toronto ON

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Responsive

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Outlaw Effects 24K Guitar Reverb Pedal:

      Great little reverb pedal! The 24k is a small footprint on your stage/pedalboard setup, but delivers solid reverb in three modes: Room, Plate and the essential Spring.

      I find myself drawn to the Spring setting mostly. I back-and-forthed it with my Hot Rod Deluxe's natural reverb, and it stands up well, especially if you go easy on the settings (the 24k's sweet spot seems to be around 9 or 10 o'clock on the 'reverb' knob; decay is a matter of personal taste/tweaking).

      Plate is a bit more ethereal feeling than the dark sound of the Spring.

      Room is not to my taste, but could be what you want. At low levels, it's barely there. Twist the reverb knob and your signal immediately moves to the back of a swirly room, very little attack. It's interesting, but not something I'd have much use for.

      Build quality is solid, it's kept fairly simple. For the cost, a nice little reverb that would stand up to others twice its price.

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