Wampler’s Reflection reverb and EQuator EQ pedals now available

Wampler has announced the availability of its two latest offerings, the Reflection reverb pedal and the EQuator EQ pedal.

With an SRP of $199.97 each, both pedals are available now.

Here’s what Wampler has to say about each pedal, as well as a rundown of their features:

Reflection

“Reverb… it’s either too basic or too complicated. Not anymore. Thanks to the power of today’s digital technology, there are more options for attaining great reverb effects than ever before. But imagine being able to get the same washes of tone, that often emanate from some overly complicated stompbox computers, from a compact, single-button pedal with straightforward controls.

“That’s exactly what you’ll find with the Wampler Reflection. A flip of a switch shifts from swampy, springy goodness to a studio-grade plate reverb. Then manipulate that ambience on the fly, thanks to the intuitive control layout. And with internal switches to control the effect’s tails and dry signal, the Reflection will integrate perfectly into almost any guitar rig. So, when you’re done surfing through menus while you’re trying to perform, but you still demand pristine trails of tone, put the Wampler Reflection reverb pedal on our board and never look back.”

Specs
– Built in the U.S.A
– 9v-18v power jack
– High-grade components selected for their superior sound and response
– 2 voicings, studio grade plate and big tank-like spring.
– Infinite Decay and up to 140ms early reflection make it as organic as possible
– Internal dip switch for true bypass/buffered to allow ‘trails’ (factory set to True Bypass)
– Internal dip switch for ‘dry kill’ that just has the reverb sounding (factory set to ‘off’)
– Top-mounted jacks make pedalboard placement effortless
– Power draw: 73.8 mA @ 9V and 77.5mA @ 18v
– Includes Wampler’s limited 5-year warranty
– 50″ x 4.50″ x 1.5″ (63.5mm x 114.3mm x 38.1mm) – height excludes knobs and switches

EQuator

“EQ is the most important part of your sound, and often the most overlooked… The often overlooked EQ pedal is one of the most powerful devices that you can place in your rig. And if the constant demand for one from Wampler fans is any indication, we admit that the introduction of the Wampler EQuator may be a bit overdue. But we knew that if we wanted your attention, we’d have to take our time to create an EQ pedal with the player-friendly ease of use and demand for top quality that Wampler strives for every day.

“Instead of the learning curve that can accompany individual sliders for each frequency, we gave you fixed bass and treble controls and two semi-parametric mid controls that are as easy to harness as twisting a few knobs. Each knob’s frequencies have been carefully defined (with the sweet spots marked) for the needs of players and to offer one of the most flexible EQ pedals out there.

“Whether you’re wanting a fully customizable clean boost, the ability to fine-tune the tone of another pedal, or to just bring out the best in your guitar, bass or ANY instrument you choose to plug into it – we crafted the Wampler EQuator to be the tonal sweetener you need to get the job done… Even if you don’t use a pedalboard and are not a guitar player – put this between your instrument and the amp, the P.A., or recording interface… the EQuator will bring it to life.”

Specs:
– Built in the U.S.A
– Battery connection and 9v-18v power jack
– High-grade components selected for their superior sound and response
– Powerful 4 band EQ with 2 parametric mid controls to perfectly sculpt your instruments core tone
– Top-mounted jacks make pedalboard placement effortless
– Power draw: 23.9 mA @ 9V and 31.9mA @ 18v (LED will flash 3 times when power from battery is getting low)
– Includes Wampler’s limited 5-year warranty
– 50″ x 4.50″ x 1.5″ (63.5mm x 114.3mm x 38.1mm) – height excludes knobs and switches

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