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New - Keeley Caverns V2 Delay and Reverb Pedal

New - Keeley Caverns V2 Delay and Reverb Pedal

Regular price $199.00 USD
Regular price $284.29 USD Sale price $199.00 USD
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Keeley Caverns V2 Delay and Reverb Pedal - New

Combining three sweet reverb types with analog-style tape delay, the Keeley Caverns V2 effects pedal for electric guitar delivers two must-have effects. The delay section (based on Keeley's Magnetic Echo delay) ranges up to 650ms, and you can add modulation for even more analog character. The reverb side offers Spring, Shimmer, and Modulated reverb modes, with modulation available via the Rate knob. It's perfect for ambient styles, surf rock, and much more. But no matter what genre of music you create, the Keeley Caverns V2 packs two great-sounding, must-have guitar effects in a single, gig-ready pedal.

Switchable True Bypass or "Trails" operation

Guitarists love it when delay and reverb pedals offer "Trails" that allow the effect to decay naturally when you switch the pedal off (instead of cutting the effect completely), and the Keeley Caverns V2 doesn't disappoint. With Trails engaged, the pedal uses a buffered bypass to maintain your signal quality and allows effects to decay after switching. If you prefer True Bypass switching, that mode is also available.

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  • Delay and reverb effects pedal for electric guitar
  • Tape-style delay with wow/flutter modulation and up to 650ms of delay time
  • Spring Reverb mode for vintage Blackface-style reverb with available tremolo modulation
  • Shimmer Reverb mode adds octave-up voices to the effect
  • Modulation Reverb mode adds a chorusing effect to a cavernous reverb
  • Top-mounted jacks for pedalboard convenience
  • Choose from True Bypass mode, or Trails mode (buffered bypass) to allow effects to decay naturally after switching the effect off

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