Redgarden Reverb

Redgarden Reverb

199.00

We’re pleased to announce the all new reverb pedal, The Redgarden.

WHATS IN THE NAME? LET US TELL YOU!
Joshua, our Cofounder, has been a rock climber for decades. One of his favorite and most memorable climbs is in a place just outside of Boulder Colorado called Eldorado Canyon State Park; it is a climbing destination well known world-wide. The park is broken up into sections and one of my most memorable days of rock climbing were at a section called, the Redgarden Wall. Joshua climbed it with his brother Aaron, and was able to lead climb every pitch, and faced one of the scariest pitches of climbing he’s ever done. When he stood at the top of that climb and looked over the valley of the canyon and across the landscape of Colorado, he was more inspired by it’s vastness and beauty. We believe that you will be inspired in a similar fashion when you begin to explore the Redgarden Reverb pedal.

The Redgarden Reverb was designed to replace one of the pedals that put Midnight30music on the map, The Serenity Reverb. The Serenity was well-loved because of it’s tone and sonic versatility. In creating a new reverb, we felt it was important for us to preserve those two characteristics. We believe the Redgarden Reverb does just that. It has three separate modes: Canyon (Shimmer Reverb), Modulated Reverb (like the Serenity), and Spring reverb.

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Specs
All analog dry signal path
24-bit 48kHz digital signal path
Mix control capable of 100% dry - 100% wet signal Level control is capable of up to 6dB boost
Top mounted jacks
Soft touch true bypass switch
Powered by standard 9v negative tip (65mA)
Proudly made one at a time by hand in upstate NY
Every dollar of profit goes towards placing guitars with people in need with Guitars For Glory

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COLOR OPTIONS

In order colors show are: Galaxy Red, Burgundy, Copper Vein, Chocolate Brown, Red Baron Red


CONTROLS

OUR FAVORITE SETTINGS

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MODULATED

"Depth" controls the depth of the modulation in the reverb signal. Rate controls the rate of the modulation in the reverb signal. Here are a few of our favorite modulation settings.

CANYON

The new Redgarden Reverb pedal from Midnight 30 Music demonstrating the canyon setting. "Pitch" controls the pitch of the shimmer. At it's lowest setting it produces an eerie detuning sound. The highest setting can be used to create high pitch drones and is gorgeous for volume swells.

SPRING

The "Tone" knob controls the tone of the Spring setting. Turned all the way to the left will produce a very dark spring sound, which is one of our favorites. Turned fully right, will produce a very bright spring sound. When using a bright tone and a high setting in the mix, you can even get some rockabilly slap-back sounds.