TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series Guitar Effects Pedal

Posted 20 Sep 2012 in Accessories, Effects, General News, Hardware

Hall of Fame Reverb TonePrint SeriesAre you looking for a functional Reverb effect to enhance and add to the sound of your guitar?  Check out the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb TonePrint Series pedal.

If you want to add a reverb effect then look no further as the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb Effects Pedal combines multiple reverb effects into one compact pedal.  Whatever type of reverb effect you may be looking for you are going to have plenty of options to choose from with the Hall of Fame Reverb TonePoint series.


TC Electronic Reverb Pedal


This reverb pedal gives guitarists 10 types of reverb to select from as well as the custom TonePrint for additional features.  You can select from:

  • Spring
  • Hall
  • Plate
  • Room
  • Church
  • Ambience

No matter what type of venue you are playing or what kind of reverb effect you are looking for the Hall of Fame Reverb TonePrint has something for you.

Other features include:

  • Decay
  • Color
  • Level Contro

Another nice feature of  the reverb pedal is the ‘bypass’ design.  This means that musicians will have zero loss of tone when switching it off.  The additional analog-dry-through feature makes sure that you have complete integrity of your dry sound.


If you haven’t heard of TC Electronic before you should know that they are well known for having some of t he best reverb effects on the market.  The nuances that you can create with the Hall of Fame Reverb TonePrint pedal are very clean and wide ranging and the price is right too.

User reviews of the Hall of Fame Reverb TonePrint suggest that this is one of the best reverb pedals available.  Users praise the sound quality as well as the ease of use, price and portability.

If you need a high quality Reverb pedal then make sure you put the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb TonePrint series on your list of pedals to check before making a purchase.


Dave has been eating, living, and breathing music since before he could talk. This makes Dave perfect for his role here at Guitar News Daily.

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