TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Mini Reverb Pedal
As the name implies, the Hall of Fame Mini is a miniature version of the original pedal of the same name, carrying over most of its features - including its Tone Print technology - while keeping the form factor small and stripping down the controls to just a single knob and footswitch.
While real-time control on the pedal is obviously limited, the built-in Tone Print technology inside the pedal allows you to load different reverb types onto the pedal, which essentially makes it as versatile as the regular sized version.
With Tone Print, you can load up familiar reverb algorithms or use presets that were created by virtuosos like Paul Gilbert, Steve Vai, Steve Morse and many more.
And since you can do deep editing to a wide range of parameters via the Tone Print editing software, you actually have as much detailed control over the resulting reverb effect as you would with the bigger pedal.
- Digital Reverb
- Reverb Types: Tone Print
- Controls: 1-Knob Reverb
- Input: 1/4"
- Output: 1/4"
- Power: Optional Power Supply
- Bypass Type: True Bypass
- Compact Design
- TonePrint Technology
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 4" x 2.8" x 2.5"
- Weight: 0.5 lbs
The HOF Mini's versatility, sound and built in relation to its compact size helped it win the approval of many reviewers. Many were simply astonished with how flexible this compact pedal can be, given that it can also help save precious pedalboard space. For the price, sound quality was not compromised, as attested to by majority of their users.
There are some who did not like the quality of certain Tone Print presets, but still liked the pedal overall. One notable concern however is about the pedal requiring an isolated power supply, with a few reporting subtle high pitch noise when powering the pedal with the power supply they have on their pedalboard.
If pedalboard real estate is running low, or you want to save on cost but still want good flexibility, then check out the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Mini.
To see which reverbs are on our recommended list, go to our guide to The Best Reverb Pedals + Delay Reverb Combos.