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Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3

Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3  ·  Source: Earthquaker Devices

Earthquaker Devices’ Afterneath V3 is an updated version of an already amazing boutique reverb effect, with 9 new onboard modes.

Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3

The new Afterneath V3 from Earthquaker Devices is the latest version of its much-loved Afterneath reverb pedal. It features a completely analogue dry signal path, a completely digital reverb/delay path, the Earthquaker Devices buffered bypass with Flexi Switch Technology and a tails/no tails option.

In addition to new graphics, the Reflect and Drag controls have been swapped on this latest incarnation of the pedal, and a little Mode control added just under the Drag knob. This sets the mode for the now connectable expression pedal or CV source, allowing yet further manipulation of the reverb/delay.

Described as a pedal for creating ” cavernous reverbs, or scattered, short, rhythmic delays”

Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3

Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3

Expression & CV modes

The small Mode control switches between the following nine new reverb modes:

  • Unquantized
  • Unquantized with slew
  • Unquantized volt/octave
  • Chromatic scale
  • Major Scale
  • Minor Scale
  • Pentatonic scale
  • Octave/Quinten
  • Octave
Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3

Earthquaker Devices Afterneath V3

More new features

Other new features that EQD has added to the V3 version of the pedal are:

  • Tails On/Off switch
  • New advanced ‘Otherworldly Reverb’ algorithm
  • Ranges from delay to atmosphere
  • Relay footswitch
  • Plus, those new graphics

Price and market launch

The new EQD Afterneath V3 is expected to hit stores in mid-April for $199.

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by Jef

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Isn’t this a “Reverb” pedal?!