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Horizon Devices releases feature-rich, compact Flux Echo reverb and delay pedal

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We were big fans of Horizon Devices’ first-ever pedal, the Precision Drive, and now the company co-founded by Periphery’s Misha Mansoor is back with a new offering, the Flux Echo.

The reverb and delay pedal, which Horizon says is the product of years of research and development, as well as Mansoor’s “extensive delay collection ranging from vintage tape echoes to modern crisp delays,” features controls for mix, tone, reverb/decay and delay/feedback.

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A flux mode toggle switch, meanwhile, accesses three different voices, which Horizon defines as: warm, ambient reverb with clean analog delay repeats; lightly modulated reverb with a smooth reverse delay; and shimmer reverb with a tape-style echo.

Other features include mono and stereo I/Os, a tap/hold switch and a bypass/delay that also functions as a reverb trails switch when held down.

The Flux Echo runs on 9V power supply (not included) and is available now for $199.

For more information, head to Horizon Devices.

Richard Bienstock

Rich is the co-author of the best-selling Nöthin' But a Good Time: The Uncensored History of the '80s Hard Rock Explosion. He is also a recording and performing musician, and a former editor of Guitar World magazine and executive editor of Guitar Aficionado magazine. He has authored several additional books, among them Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, the companion to the documentary of the same name.