TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb Pedal (Discontinued)


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TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb Pedal
TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb Pedal

The list of virtuosi that have been associated with the Hall of Fame (HOF) Reverb pedal is impressively long, and full of familiar names that include Steve Vai, Guthrie Govan, Larry Carlton, John Scofield, Andy Summers, Steve Morse and many more.

While one can argue that endorsement plays a big role, we also have to consider that these guitarists are at the level where they can use any pro reverb gear they want, and yet they choose the HOF pedal.

Using the same reverb algorithms that are found in their studio processors, this pedal is meant to be a compact stompbox version, with the added versatility afforded to by the pedal's 10 reverb types and Tone Print technology, which lets you load the settings that artists use or help create.

The four knobs of the pedal may seem lacking, but using the Tone Print Editor allows for in-depth parameter control, that goes beyond what conventional reverb pedals offer.


  • Reverb Types: 10 Types (Room, Hall, Spring, Plate, Church, Mod, Lofi, Tile, Amb, Gate, Tone Print
  • Controls: Level, Decay, Tone
  • Input: Stereo 1/4"
  • Output: Stereo 1/4"
  • Power: Power Supply or 9V battery
  • Bypass Type: True Bypass or Buffered Bypass switch and Kill-Dry on/off
  • TonePrint Technology
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 1.97" x 2.83" x 4.8"
  • Weight: 0.66 lbs


The overall sentiment of most reviewers about the TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb pedal is that it gives you more than what you'd expect from the money, it simply does more than what other pedals in its price range offer. Reviews are full of positive remarks about the quality of its many reverb algorithms, from subtle room reverb to classic spring reverb emulations to modern chorused echoes that the Tone Print editor allows for. Interestingly, a lot of users also found the pedal easy to use, while more experienced users were very happy with the deep editing functionality of the Tone Print editor.


There were a few who found some of the reverb algorithms to be uninspiring, while others wanted a few more knobs for old school tweaking, instead of having to use the Tone Print feature. While not often reported, there was one who found the battery to drain faster than he expected.


Priced lower than most reverb pedals while having a high level of flexibility, the TC electronic Hall of Fame Reverb is well worth looking at.

This has been superseded by the Hall of Fame 2. For our current reverb recommendations go to our guide: The Best Reverb Pedals.