Old Blood Noise Endeavors Reflector V3

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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Reflector V3 is a densely lush chorus effects pedal coupled with three modes of modulation. This is a chorus with a bent, an ephemeral voice floating between aural dimensions.

Controls include Rate and Depth for the Chorus/Flanger/Vibrato speed, Mix for a balance between unaffected and affected signal and Modulate to add Pitch selection, Reverb wash amount or Flanger depth, depending on the mode. A three-way toggle switch allows the player to choose between Wrinkle, Washed and Mirrors.

Wrinkle Mode: a vibrato-esque warble chorus with the added option of pitch selection, meaning the Modulate knob goes from one octave down to one octave up, with noon being close to pitch unity). Washed: a simple lush chorus, Modulate control adds in a wash of Reverb pre Chorus effect. Mirrors Mode: detuned Chorus meets Flanger in which the Modulate knob controls the depth of the Flanger, while Rate corresponds to both the Flanger speed and the detuned Chorus speed.

The Reflector V3 features an expression out jack and clickless switching. The output level can be tweaked via an internal trimpot for boost, slight drop, or unity gain.

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SKU: 0857183007148 Category:


  • Effect: Chorus
  • Design: Digital
  • Mono/Stereo: Mono In, Mono Out, Exp
  • Knobs: Rate, Depth, Mix, Modulate
  • Switches: Wrinkle/Washed/Mirrors
  • Bypass Mode: True Bypass
  • Power Supply: 9V DC, center negative
  • Power Consumption: 60 mA
  • Works on batteries: No
  • Format: Standard
  • Made in: USA

Additional information

Weight 0,5 kg
Dimensions 12 × 6,6 × 5,8 cm







Mono In / Mono Out


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