- Three different reverb algorithms: Spring, Hall, and Flerb
- Great for guitar, voice, and most any instrument
- Digital reverb in a compact pedal
The Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb Pedal
Although there are a lot of reverbs on the market today. Most of them are of poor quality and not well designed. This is partly because the companies that make them do not take the time to design the pedals themselves. But rather they are designed by contract pedal manufacturers that are not experts at designing anything. The Holy Grail is a high quality reverb pedal. Made with the same high-quality as all the other Electro-Harmonix effects pedals. They have 35 years of experience in designing guitar effects. This helps ensure that the Holy Grail is well-designed and will provide the best possible sound.
Where It All Started
Electro-Harmonix pedals found homes in the pedalboards of guitar greats. Such as David Gilmour, Kurt Cobain, Frank Zappa and many other prominent musicians. Today, Electro-Harmonix offers an ever-growing lineup of pedals for guitarists, bass players, keyboardists, and other musicians. They cover all manner of effects, from distortion to reverb. And nearly all of them are manufactured in the company's New York City factory. To accommodate the company's growth, Electro-Harmonix relocated to larger facilities in the mid-1990s.
The Holy Grail Beginnings
Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail is modeled after the classic EH Holy Grail. A pedal that was designed by the company's founder, Mike Matthews, in the late 1970's. This is a high quality guitar effects pedal that is based on the classic EH Holy Grail. And has the same sound quality and performance as the original.
The Holy Grail is one of the most revered and most classic electric guitar effects pedals of all time. Producing true-to-life analog reverb in an easy-to-use compact package. The Holy Grail captures the true warm spring reverb of the vintage Fender amps. It can be used in place of a conventional reverb tank. Or in combination with one to extend the available reverb time.