Meris Mercury7 Reverb Pedal
Meris Mercury7 Reverb Pedal
Meris Mercury7 Reverb Pedal
Meris Mercury7 Reverb Pedal

Meris Mercury7 Reverb Pedal

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Reverb pedal

The Meris Mercury7 Reverb Pedal delivers swirling ambiance, modulation, auto-swells and pitch generation in a roadworthy, studio-quality pedal. Designed and made in Los Angeles, the Mercury7 Reverb features a premium analogue signal path, along with a switchable headroom for guitar, synthesizer and more. Its durable chassis features an easy-to-use interface, and can be used in the studio or with live performances.

Studio-Grade Reverb
The Mercury7 Reverb is a professional boutique pedal, offering a studio-grade reverb in a compact format. The Mercury7's algorithms have been especially designed to offer swirling ambiance, modulation, auto-swells and shimmering pitch regeneration with its premium analogue signal path. Like the original Mercury7 500 unit, this new updated model features those same hand crafted algorithmic reverbs, for a high-quality performance. Players will love the solid stereo in/out functionality along with switchable headroom.

Handcrafted Algorithmic Reverbs
Analog Mix & Dry Signal Path
Intra-Tank Pitch Regeneration
High & Low Frequency Damping
Extensive Modulation Capability
Auto Swell Envelope (variable and foot-switchable)
Stereo input and output
Switchable input output headroom level for Guitar, Synthesizer or Line levels
Expression pedal control over all parameters simultaneously
Presets available via external 4-Preset switch or MIDI
MIDI in/out over TRS via the EXP jack
Premium analog signal path and 24-bit AD/DA w/32 bit floating point DSP
Premium Analog Devices JFET input section
Designed and Built in Los Angeles, California U.S.A.

Premium quality 24 bit A/D and D/A
32 Bit floating point DSP hardware
-115 dB Signal to Noise Ratio (typical)
Premium low noise Analog signal path throughout
Analog Devices JFET input circuitry
Wet/Dry signal mix occurs in the Analog domain
Selectable True Bypass (Relay) or Analog Buffered Bypass
150 mA total power consumption

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