KeeleyHydra Stereo Reverb + Tremolo Pedal


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Keeley Hydra Stereo Reverb + Tremolo Pedal

Designed to be the perfect end of any signal processing chain, Keeley's Hydra is designed to add depth and space to any sound you pass through it. Designed for use with guitar, bass, keyboards, and more, it's the perfect way to add life and motion to your sounds.

Hydra is a multimode digital effect with highly customizable reverb and tremolo algorithms. The reverb offers spring, plate, and room models, while the tap-tempo-capable tremolo can switch between harmonic, vibrato, and sine wave tremolo modes. The most important parameters have dedicated front-panel controls, and many other key adjustments are quickly available via the knob's alt functions, clearly labeled and ready to go at a moment's notice. You can even change the order of the effects, making for a wide range of behaviors from pulsating spaces to dynamic swells into infinite reverb tails.

Hydra offers three memory slots for recalling your favorite settings, and the external TRS expression pedal and tap tempo inputs make it a playable, dynamic part of any pedal board. If you're looking for the right way to round out your pedalboard, Hydra is an ideal end-of-chain solution for creating space and movement.

Hydra Features

  • Reverb and tremolo combined into the ultimate end-of-chain effect
  • Great for use with guitar, bass, synthesizers, and more
  • Designed as a companion to the Eccos
  • Spring, plate, and room reverb modes
  • Sine, Harmonic, and Vibrato tremolo modes
  • Tremolo rate definable via tap tempo
  • Alt controls for changing effect order or reverb / tremolo behavior
  • Three internal presets for recalling your favorite tones
  • Expression pedal input for extended dynamic control
  • Dimensions: 4.4 x 2.7 x 2 in
  • Power Specs: 9VDC center negative PSU (not included)
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