Neunaber’s new Illumine pedal offers an arsenal of reverb effects in a compact stompbox

It’s jam-packed with 17 different reverb types, 50 factory presets and more.

Neunaber Illumine

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Neunaber’s Illumine might take up just a small section of your board, but the powerful stereo reverb pedal is jam-packed with 17 different effects that should cover all your reverb needs.

The 17 studio-grade reverbs span basics such as plate, spring, hall and digital along with modulated ones incorporating octave content, harmonic swells and more. There are also three algorithms based on Neunaber’s popular Wet reverb pedal and plug-in.

The Illumine’s simple control layout involves just two knobs and two footswitches, which you’ll use to engage the effect, cycle through presets, and adjust individual parameters. You can go deeper into the specifics of each effect through the companion Preset Manager software.

You get 50 factory presets to play with right out of the box, as well as another 50 user presets for storing your own custom reverb formulas.

The Illumine has two pairs of jacks for input and output to support both mono and stereo configurations. There’s also an expression control (3.5mm connector) to give you more real-time control over the effect when playing.

Check out the Illumine in action below:

The Neunaber Illumine will be available in late August at a special introductory price of $379 (usually $479).

Learn more at neunaber.net

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