EarthQuaker Devices Ghost Echo Reverb Pedal

Reverb Electric Guitar Effects Pedal with Depth, Dwell, and Attack Controls
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From Atmosphere to the Vast Depths

The EarthQuaker Devices Ghost Echo reverb pedal is one to think about for players looking for a powerful but easy-to-use verb. The Ghost Echo is based on vintage spring reverb units, but some simple tweaking delivers hall-type sounds as well. The attack knob dictates when the effect enters your signal for note clarity, and it can even simulate a slapback delay. And the 100% analog true-bypass construction ensures you're getting your truest guitar tone. Pull a surprising number of sounds out of this simple-to-use Ghost Echo reverb pedal.

EarthQuaker Devices Ghost Echo Reverb Effects Pedal at a Glance:
  • Far from a one-trick pony
  • From slapback to huge swells
  • From the pedal gurus at EarthQuaker Devices
Far from a one-trick pony

Right out of the gate, the EarthQuaker Devices Ghost Echo nails the classic spring sounds of the vintage units, along with cavernous hall tones, shorter room-type verbs, and total reverb washes. Not only can you dial in your taste of reverb, but short, single-repeat, slapback delays are also available.

From slapback to huge swells

The secret weapon of the Ghost Echo reverb pedal is its attack knob. This control sets the effect's pre-delay, which determines the time until the reverb effect is introduced into your signal. The dial's range is from 30-150ms. At lower settings it keeps your attack from being washed out by the reverb. But Sweetwater guitarists love how at higher settings the attack knob acts as a short-timed delay. By dialing your dwell control, you can get a very useable analog slapback.

From the pedal gurus at EarthQuaker Devices

EarthQuaker Devices is a boutique pedal company based out of Akron, Ohio. They put all of their focus on building tools for musicians to find their own tone. Their designs range from enhanced classics to pedals that have never been seen or heard before. Company founder Jamie Stillman was working with rock band the Black Keys when he came upon a design that kick-started the company's success. EarthQuaker Devices is committed to helping you find your tone with high-quality products at great prices.

EarthQuaker Devices Ghost Echo Reverb Effects Pedal Features:
  • Spring reverb voiced effects pedal
  • 3-knob layout is easy to use
  • Range of sounds from subtle to washed out
  • Attack knob dials in note clarity
  • Slapback delays are accessible
Very few pedals add as much depth to your tone as the Ghost Echo.

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Reverb
Maximum Delay Time 150ms
Inputs 1 x 1/4" instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
True Bypass Yes
Power Source 9V DC power supply (sold separately)
Height 2.25"
Width 2.5"
Depth 4.62"
Manufacturer Part Number EQDGHOS

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A modern spring tank reverb

I not a big fan reverb. I play a lot modern worship music but I can't stand sound of ambient washed out hall, plate, or space reverb tones. If that's your gig, cool man, I totally respect that but it's just not my thing. I wanted to add some kind of open flavor to my tone. The Ghost Echo has that spring reverb sound that I was looking for but with some extra spank with the attack knob. It adds the, "ghost echo", to the reverb sound. Earthquaker is great at taking a traditional sound and making it funky, their own thing. This is my fifth Earthquaker Devices pedal. If you are looking for a spring reverb pedal that doesnt sound like everyone else's, this could work for you.

Flexible Reverb Pedal

I've had one of these on my board for a year or two now. It's awesome. It does a great spring reverb emulation, but its not a one trick pony. I set the Depth low, and the attack high, and use it has a cross between a slap back delay and reverb. Attack is like a pre-delay, and set this way, instead of a slap back, you get a pillowy reverb repeat. Like all EarthQuaker pedals, it can be totally normal, or totally out there. Highly recommended.
Music background: Guitar Player
See also: Reverb Pedals, EarthQuaker Devices, EarthQuaker Devices Reverbs and Delays