EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run V2 Stereo Delay Pedal

EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run V2 Stereo Delay Pedal

Capable of delay and lush stereo reverb, the Avalanche Run V2 cures the itch for aural exploration with full control over delay time, repeats, mix and voice.

EarthQuaker Devices Avalanche Run Stereo Delay Reverb Pedal

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Submitted March 25, 2017 by Drew G in Myrtle Beach, SC
"Avalanche Run"
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I received this pedal around a month ago. My rig is an LTD EC-256 w/ coil tap (always engaged) through a 150W Bugera British Bite 1960 Plexi clone w/ 4 EL34s and 3 ECC83s into a Crate 4x12. My chain is a PolyTune 2, TC Electronic Spark mini, Electro-Harmonix Soul Food, Earthquaker Devices Avalanche Run, and the Electro-Harmonix Freeze. The Avalanche Run can be intimidating. It has so many sounds and tones you can get from it. I find it best for me with .5 second delay, and dreamy, cave-like reverb. It literally does anything you would possibly need it to do. I like to turn my Soul Food off, with just the Spark for a light gain boost, and this pedal on, and natural harmonic on 5th (in open D, drop C# tuning) and then freeze it, and play over. It's good for cleans, light overdrive, tone freezes, anything. Truly versatile, and 100% worth the money. You'll never need to buy another delay/reverb unless you're stupid loaded with money. But for me, this is so much better than anything else on the market. ***It does take some time to learn the sounds you can make with it. My advice is to spend a solid hour or two going through everything you're going to be using it on (if you're in a band) and dial in the effects a little at a time. The knobs are all very touch sensitive. A slight hit or rub against the knob, moving it even one or two millimeters can change the whole dynamic of the effect. Make sure you take a picture with your phone or a piece tape with the settings written read more on it stuck to your board. Just be careful not to knock your levels off and you'll be good to go.

Musical Background:
I've been playing guitar for 12 years, drums and bass for 6. I've been playing in bands for the past 4 years or so.

Musical Style:
For this pedal specifically, I use it for easycore (clean parts and intros), and more emo/indie stuff like Into It. Over It., To
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