Fuzzrocious Afterlife V2
The Fuzzrocious Afterlife V2 is a new reverb pedal that does more and looks more fun than you’re plain old reverb pedal.
Sprung from a conversation with Young Widows, they sparked the idea for a reverb that is lush, and controllable in decay. And offers a second output that sends a totally wet reverbed signal with zero dry signal.
You can send the second output to the second input of your amp. Or even your second amp for a bi-amp setup.
You can get a jangly, seasick, back and forth sound that occurs when you use both outputs.
Set the Repeat 1 knob to a longer setting for insane oscillation!
…but wait! THERE’S MORE!!!
When the pedal is on/active, you can use the 2nd footswitch to jump between “Repeats 1″ and “Repeats 2″ for two repeats settings (think short decay/long oscillating decay).
When the pedal is off, if the “Repeats 2″ knob is fully clockwise, the second momentary footswitch sends oscillation to the second output.
This is a Belton brick-based reverb – D Verb inspired.
Brian Neunaber invented a spring reverb in a single module, comprising three PT2399 digital delay chips and comb filters. This chip’s voicing simulates an analogue circuit .
This amazing patented invention is very similar to the sound you get from an electromechanical spring reverb tank in a Fender amp.
The real name of the module is the Accu-Bell BTDR Digi-log which sells for about $15. To date, these are not used in any of the Neunaber pedals.
What’s in the version 2?
- Smaller enclosure (125b)
- Simplified control set (Mix and Repeats pots, left footswitch sends the signal directly to oscillation)