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  • DigiTech Launches Spring Tank Reverb for iStomp

    Salt Lake City, UT (March 28, 2012) -- DigiTech today announced that the new Spring Tank reverb pedal for the iStomp is now available from the DigiTech Stomp Shop app on iTunes. The Spring Tank pedal provides the rich spring reverb effect found in vintage amplifiers and on numerous classic and contemporary recordings. Not only does the new offering produce a rich stereo spring reverb effect, it also produces the distinctive “boing” artifact unique to spring reverb trays that guitar players have come to know and love.



    While the Spring Tank reverb pedal delivers the great sound of a traditional spring reverb, it also takes the concept of a spring reverb a step farther. Unlike single knob reverb effects found in guitar amps, the Spring Tank provides four separate knobs to control Reverb level, Boing, Twang and Tone. The pedal has a cool, unusual design, morphing a traditional spring tank into the form of a classic stompbox.

    The Spring Tank pedal is the 26th and latest pedal added to the Stomp Shop app for use with the iStomp downloadable pedal. The Stomp Shop debuted in January 2012 with an initial compliment of 22 pedals ranging in price from $1.99 to $9.99. Each month DigiTech continues to add new pedals to the pedal line to bring guitar players fresh new options. Using the digital download format of the iStomp allows DigiTech to put many new and unusual pedals into guitar players’ hands vey quickly.

    “This is one of many new pedals to come as we expand the iStomp pedal line. The pedals in the Stomp Shop offer a wide variety of high-quality tones and effects that musicians are looking for. The new Spring Tank pedal is no exception,” stated Rob Urry, vice president, HARMAN Professional Division and general manager of Signal Processing and Amplifier Business Units.

    The Spring Tank pedal is now available for only $0.99. This special launch price will run through April 30, 2012, after which it will move to its regular price of $9.99.
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. Robert1950's Avatar
      Robert1950 -
      I have an android phone and have no plans for an iPhone or iPad. Maybe a cheap used iPod Touch? Naw. Otherwise I'd keep spending small amounts of $$$ that would add up over time having fun with the iStomp.
    1. kurtdaniel's Avatar
      kurtdaniel -
      I've never heard a reverb pedal in spring reverb mode sound as good as a real tube spring reverb. But you can't get a reverb tank to do big hall, plate or room reverbs. It can improve your skills so much on how do you play the guitar..
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