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TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal  

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Overview

  • TonePrint - instant access to custom pedal tweaks made by your idols
  • 10 reverb types - a wide range of reverbs for a world of inspiration
  • Stereo in & out - added flexibility to fit any set-up
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An impressive collection of the best reverbs around.

The TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal is a collection of the ultimate reverbs, packed tightly in one cool pedal. With Hall of Fame Reverb, you are set for any situation that calls for a touch (or handfuls) of rich reverberation.

Hall Of Fame Reverb gives you 10 reverb types and a custom TonePrint for a world of inspiration. The reverbs comprise Spring, Hall, Plate, Room, Church and Ambience; from a subtle reverb to a full blown cathedral. Hall Of Fame Reverb features Decay, Color and Level controls, which makes dialing in sounds quick and easy. Hall Of Fame Reverb also has true bypass design, which ensures zero loss of tone when switched off, and features analog-dry-through which guarantees total tonal integrity of your dry sound, even with the pedal active. A small footprint, easy-access battery hatch, stereo in- and out and the highest-grade components complete this awesome reverb pedal.

In the music industry, TC Electronic is synonymous with the best reverbs out there – reverbs that you know from countless songs and classic albums. Hall Of Fame Reverb's sounds dive straight into the sweet centre of those reverbs and can take you from a subtle little echo to an overwhelming and beautiful reverberating awesomeness that has you wondering if there's a canyon hiding inside your pedal.

But there is more to Hall Of Fame Reverb than meets the eye. It's called TonePrint. Via a simple USB-connection, TonePrint allows you to download custom tunings made by your favorite guitarists straight into your pedal, easy, free and fast. A vast and ever-expanding roster of the finest guitarists alive are working to give you their custom TonePrint settings.

Features

  • TonePrint - instant access to custom pedal tweaks made by your idols
  • 10 reverb types - a wide range of reverbs for a world of inspiration
  • Stereo in & out - added flexibility to fit any set-up
  • True Bypass - zero loss of tone
  • Analog-Dry-Through - maximum tonal integrity and clarity
  • Decay, Tone and Level controls - intuitive yet deep tonal options
  • Easy battery access - makes changing batteries fun (well, almost)
  • Small footprint - save precious pedal board space
  • High-quality components - only the best will do when it comes to tone

Experiment with TonePrints from eminent artists as you find your sonic voice. Order today.

 
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TC ElectronicHall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal
 
4.1

(based on 31 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (18)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good selection of effects (17)
  • Versatile (17)
  • Compact (16)
  • Responsive (15)
  • Excellent sound quality (14)

Cons

  • Poor sound quality (4)
  • Not durable (3)

Best Uses

  • Performances (14)
  • Amateur recording (10)
  • Outdoor events / games (10)
  • Home studio (9)
  • Professional recording (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (18), Professional musician (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great petal. Great value

I play through a Matchless DC30 primarily. No effects loop and no built in verb. So all my effect are in front of the amp input. I've been through three other verb...Read complete review

I play through a Matchless DC30 primarily. No effects loop and no built in verb. So all my effect are in front of the amp input. I've been through three other verb petals. This one kills everything I've tried. Real estate on my petal board is at premium, so that's another reason I like the Hall of Fame. I've A/B-ed it against three pre CBS Fender blackface combos I own. The spring sound is right spot on. What more do you need ?
The stock sounds will get you through any rock/pop/jazz/country gig you can imagine. The tone print thing is cool, but I haven't used it or think that I might need it. Maybe someday. The tone pot is effective as is the decay adjustment.
I've had it a few week and used it only in my studio, but it seems very "gig worthy".
For this quality of sound and "editability", I've not heard or played a better reverb stompbox for the price. The Eventide "Space" sounds awesome but it's in another class (IMO). Also, the smaller footprint of the TC is a big bonus for me.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Just didn't sound very good

I went back and forth between a few different models of reverb. Generally I use reverb only a few ways: (1) A small touch of hall reverb just to wet the sound a...Read complete review

I went back and forth between a few different models of reverb. Generally I use reverb only a few ways: (1) A small touch of hall reverb just to wet the sound a small bit, (2) a room reverb sound for a little tight punch, and occasionally (3) a deep spring sound to do a little bit of surf guitar.

I decided I'd buy three at once and just keep the one I liked the best. I bought this one, a Holy Grail Plus, and a Verbzilla. Also tried the Boss/Fender in-shop which was okay, but overpriced and not versatile enough for me.

As far as sound, at least for my purposes, I thought the EHX won by a landslide. It's very smooth and natural sounding in the Hall and Room modes, and has an extremely credible Spring mode. The flerb effect I don't like and I don't see myself using that ever, but it's solid in the three modes I need. I was a little concerned about the bypass and the "it colors your sound" some people complained about, but I think it sounds great. Very simple operation and controls also - it's reverb, after all. [It's in the effects loop by the way, as the rest were when I tested.]

The Verbzilla is a tallish pedal that is just okay; it was on a closeout sale and very inexpensive compared to the other two, about half its normal price. It's somewhat artificial sounding. It does have a couple neat modes that would interest people but I'd consider it an intermediate-grade pedal. And I certainly wouldn't suggest buying it at it's regular price or even close.

Finally there's this HOF which I'd heard so much about. In short, it does a lot, but nothing particularly well. It feels light but built okay, though the switch feels a little flimsy, and the dial to choose settings could use a hard click or something so you can feel the change better. Those are minor things. It doesn't have the same heavy, solid feel that a Boss does.

The sound though is very hokey and not especially clean. Forget the stock spring sound, it's horribly fake. Maybe you'll like it, maybe you won't, but you certainly won't mistake this for a classic spring tank. The other sounds are so-so and all of the dialing in didn't help at all.

The TonePrint bank is a good idea I think, and there was a spring sound I downloaded that was an improvement. Nothing special though.

A couple years ago I had an X3 Live multi-effects unit for a few months. It didn't work out, but I thought the reverbs in that were at least as good as what I can get out of this pedal.

Anyway, this pedal - definitely versatile and doesn't cost that much. And it's far from the worst pedal I've ever used. It's just the Jack of all Trades. Not even the Jack, maybe just a 9 of all trades with a 5 for the spring sound. I could work with it if it's all I had but that's about all I can say for it.

Gear: I went into both a JetCity 20w combo & a Bugera V22 combo. Range of guitars including a Warmoth Strat w/ TS pickups, Schecter w/ EMGs, Ibanez 450m with Air Norton/Tone Zone, LP with '59s, and an Ash Tele Deluxe with some kind of Seymours I don't remember. Both amps tube w/ distortion I played with a bit, plus a Boss BD and Joyo Vintage OD. ISP Decimator in front and a few other pedals I didn't turn on when testing.

I would definitely hop in the car and try before you buy.

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5.0

Deserves nomination in the Pedal HoF

By Marco

from Moncton, NB, Canada

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Heavy Duty
  • Responsive
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Funtime
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

    I was browsing reverb pedals to mix with my Orange MT20. Reviews from everywhere pointed the T.C.E. Hall of Fame. I'm glad I bought it. The versatility is insanely impressive. The fact you can update it anything with the app is mindblowing. I use it mostly for the "MOD" mode, which is (in my opinion) a mix of reverb and chorus. On a clean sound it gives you that nice "Shine on your crazy diamond" kinda vibe. It took me 5 minutes to get used to it, then 2 more to find my tone. Good work from T.C.E.

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    2.0

    Not Repairable!

    By Sincityamps

    from British Columbia, Canada

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Excellent Sound Quality

    Cons

    • Breaks Easily

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

    This pedal sounds great. Unfortunately, One month out of warranty and it failed. Neither TC Electronics or the retailer would help. TC suggested their pedals are not repairable and that I just buy another. Not going to happen.

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    4.0

    Good Reverb Pedal for Me

    By Billy C

    from El Mirage, AZ

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Considered A Few Others
    • Excellent Sound Quality
    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Responsive
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • There Is None

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

    Considered a few other reverbs but kept coming back to the Hall of Fame Reverb. Some reviews say this one isn't that good but for me and what my ears hear it is very good, for sure. All pedals of sorts have their points some good and some not so good but I haven't found any bad points on the Hall of Fame Reverb. Does what it is suppose to do. Some of the reverb types are not for me but that doesn't mean there is anything wrong with them. The settings go with what type of music you play and the Sound you are looking for.......

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    (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Just didn't sound very good

    By Jay 8188

    from New Jersey

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Good Selection Of Effects
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Poor Sound Quality

    Best Uses

      Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

      I went back and forth between a few different models of reverb. Generally I use reverb only a few ways: (1) A small touch of hall reverb just to wet the sound a small bit, (2) a room reverb sound for a little tight punch, and occasionally (3) a deep spring sound to do a little bit of surf guitar.

      I decided I'd buy three at once and just keep the one I liked the best. I bought this one, a Holy Grail Plus, and a Verbzilla. Also tried the Boss/Fender in-shop which was okay, but overpriced and not versatile enough for me.

      As far as sound, at least for my purposes, I thought the EHX won by a landslide. It's very smooth and natural sounding in the Hall and Room modes, and has an extremely credible Spring mode. The flerb effect I don't like and I don't see myself using that ever, but it's solid in the three modes I need. I was a little concerned about the bypass and the "it colors your sound" some people complained about, but I think it sounds great. Very simple operation and controls also - it's reverb, after all. [It's in the effects loop by the way, as the rest were when I tested.]

      The Verbzilla is a tallish pedal that is just okay; it was on a closeout sale and very inexpensive compared to the other two, about half its normal price. It's somewhat artificial sounding. It does have a couple neat modes that would interest people but I'd consider it an intermediate-grade pedal. And I certainly wouldn't suggest buying it at it's regular price or even close.

      Finally there's this HOF which I'd heard so much about. In short, it does a lot, but nothing particularly well. It feels light but built okay, though the switch feels a little flimsy, and the dial to choose settings could use a hard click or something so you can feel the change better. Those are minor things. It doesn't have the same heavy, solid feel that a Boss does.

      The sound though is very hokey and not especially clean. Forget the stock spring sound, it's horribly fake. Maybe you'll like it, maybe you won't, but you certainly won't mistake this for a classic spring tank. The other sounds are so-so and all of the dialing in didn't help at all.

      The TonePrint bank is a good idea I think, and there was a spring sound I downloaded that was an improvement. Nothing special though.

      A couple years ago I had an X3 Live multi-effects unit for a few months. It didn't work out, but I thought the reverbs in that were at least as good as what I can get out of this pedal.

      Anyway, this pedal - definitely versatile and doesn't cost that much. And it's far from the worst pedal I've ever used. It's just the Jack of all Trades. Not even the Jack, maybe just a 9 of all trades with a 5 for the spring sound. I could work with it if it's all I had but that's about all I can say for it.

      Gear: I went into both a JetCity 20w combo & a Bugera V22 combo. Range of guitars including a Warmoth Strat w/ TS pickups, Schecter w/ EMGs, Ibanez 450m with Air Norton/Tone Zone, LP with '59s, and an Ash Tele Deluxe with some kind of Seymours I don't remember. Both amps tube w/ distortion I played with a bit, plus a Boss BD and Joyo Vintage OD. ISP Decimator in front and a few other pedals I didn't turn on when testing.

      I would definitely hop in the car and try before you buy.

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      5.0

      nice.

      By d.wilson

      from frederick md

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home Studio
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

        Really-- a lot to like. It's a solid 'verb that has very few gnarly grainy digital artifacts. Wish the tone knob had a little more swing to it in some instances, but you get a LOT of options and a solid box. Added to the front side of a Dr Z amp that had no verb, and it's functioning admirably. If you're running it on batteries, better stock up- it's a bit of a hog.. but for what you get, that's hard to complain about.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Come on, TC!!

        By Red

        from Timbuktu, Djibouti

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Tone Print

        Cons

        • Poor Sound Quality

        Best Uses

        • Emptying Your Pockets

        Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

        First of all, the "Spring" setting is a joke. It sounds worse than the stock reverb on Fl Studios. I'm not a tone nut at all. But it seems like they didn't even try, and TC is one of my favorite companies. I am not a tone snob at all, I can't stress it enough. In fact I'm good with knock off pedals, but for the price...

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Okay presets, Nice custom tones

        By Al

        from Philadelphia, PA

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Good Selection Of Effects
        • Responsive
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

            Before purchasing the TC Hall of Fame, I tried it side-by-side with the Digitech Hardwire RV-7. I found the HoF fuller/punchier and the RV-7 clearer/brighter. There was no obvious choice, and they were the same price. The tiebreaker was the TonePrint Editor software. The editor is a free download from TC. It allows you to access lots of extra parameters (including multiple parameters for damping, EQ, and modulation) to make your own custom TonePrint.

            Now that I've owned the Hall of Fame for a few weeks, I only use the TonePrint mode. A few of the HoF's presets are pretty good, but I'd never use most of them. For example, the modulation in the "Mod" preset is just too over-the-top for my taste.

            My one major complaint with this pedal is the layout. On a crowded pedalboard, it's much harder clicking the HoF's little bypass switch (without accidentally kicking the control knobs) than stomping the big rubber foot-pad on Boss pedals. Overall, I'm very happy with the sound quality of the TC Hall of Fame, but I think Boss and Hardwire win when it comes to ease-of-use, durability, and appearance.

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Excellent Reverb all around

            By MrMike

            from Oregon, USA

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

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

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Performances

              Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

              This is a solid, well constructed reverb unit that I have been gigging with constantly for over a year. I love the sound quality and versatility. Tone-prints are a nice feature for a quick, pre-set reverb designed by a pro. True bypass works as advertised.

              The only drawback is that the mode selector switch moves a bit too easily if you brush it with your foot. A more positive "click" between reverb modes would be a welcome improvement, but it's definitely not a deal-breaker. Given that I use the hall verb typically, a thin neoprene washer keeps that setting locked in place.

              All in all my favorite reverb in 30 years of playing.

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              (2 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              6 months later

              By dk

              from Capistrano Beach, CA

              About Me Professional Musician

              Ask me a question

              Pros

                Cons

                • Breaks Easily

                Best Uses

                  Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

                  It was mounted to a pedal board. Bypass switch has been iffy right out of the box. The pedal doesn't work at all now. Very poor quality, save your money.

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                  (1 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  A Lemon

                  By Johnny Guitar

                  from Cocoa Beach, Florida

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                  Pros

                    Cons

                    • Breaks Easily
                    • Difficult To Use
                    • Not Responsive

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal:

                      Bought this for my Orange Tiny Terror amp. It came with no battery or alternate power source. No directions and when I finally figured out how to work it, it didn't work. What a lemon. My feeling is that it was re -stock as no paperwork came in the box.

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