Nux Atlantic Delay & Reverb

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Effect Pedal

  • Delay & reverb effects in a pedal
  • 3 Delay modes: 70s analog, 60s tape and 80s digital
  • Delay level, time and repeat
  • Tap tempo with tap subdivision
  • 3 Reverb modes: Spring, plate and hall
  • Plate reverb with shimmering effect
  • True bypass
  • TRS input - effect loop connection via insert or Y cable
  • Input level switch (-10 dB / + 4 dB)
  • USB port for firmware updates
  • Controls: Delay level - subdivision - repeat - reverb level - decay
  • Switch: Delay mode (70's / 60's / 80's) - reverb mode (spring / plate / hall) - input level (-10dB / + 4dB) - D & R routing (serial / parallel)
  • Effect on LED
  • Bypass footswitch
  • Connections: Input (6.3 mm stereo jack) - stereo output (2x 6.3 mm jack) - power supply connector (female connector 5.5 x 2.1 mm - negative pole inside)
  • Power supply via 9 V DC power supply (not included, available under Article Nr. 409939)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 115 x 105 x 57 mm
  • Weight: 420 g

Note: No battery operation possible.

available since June 2018
Item number 438400
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Analogico No
Delay Time 1500 ms
tap feature Yes
Battery Operation No
PSU included No

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really value for the money
Kapser 13.05.2021
This pedal was more than I expected. I ordered it to have some delay and reverb at the end of my chain in one (cheap) pedal to save space and money. But the sounds are really nice and inspiring. Really good buy.
The DELAY is top. A little dark and the repeat attack is soft, wich makes it organic sounding. Especially the tape delay is really fun to play with. A tone knob would have been a nice extra, but is not necessary. The mix goes not so wet : the volume of the delay-tail goes only half of that of some other pedals, but this is not a real problem, because I like delay to be subtle and smooth. The max setting is already more then enough for me. The level is most of the time at or before noon.
The REVERB is not bad at all but the sound is not top reverb either. For top reverb sounds you have to pay more off course. It also has a darker sound. Here a tone knob would have been nice. It goes very, very wide in time stretch with the hall mode wich makes ambient absolutely possible. In the manual they say it goes full wet, but I'm not sure.
The order possibility (series or parrallel) is also a nice feature. for sound scaping many other pedals don't have. You can change the order of the effects but also separate the effects in the signal so they add apart effects.

You must know why you want to buy the pedal :
For end of chain, always on, but also to have the possibily to make some ambient atmospheres, it is very good value for the money. One of the best buys.

If the goal is specific ambient , then I think the Keely Caverns gives more possibilities if you want a combined delay/reverb pedal, or other more expensive brands.
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Two in one.
Eduard Reinas 07.02.2022
If you want to get a high-quality effect for your instruments and are not quite familiar with the settings, with all these buttons, knobs and at the same time do not want to spend extra money, then this is what you have long wanted but were embarrassed to ask. I have never regretted buying this device. He is one hundred percent justified in his appointment.
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Okay, but not great
Tom234 08.07.2021
Mine was a bit noisy (hiss) especially with the db boost engaged.

The analogue and tape delays sound pretty good, i didn't really liked the digital mode though. Tap tempo works fine.
The reverb modes are okay but not great, the shimmer and freeze modes are terrible to me.

This is a very simple pedal that can cover basic delays et reverbs sounds but is almost to simple and lacks possibilities to tweak the sound a bit. So in my opinion it is a good introduction to reverbs and delays but not a keeper.

I ended up selling it and replaced it with a Boss RV6 and a Strymon El Capistan. For the cost i think it is best to get a used Boss Reverb and Delay pedals, they just offer more and sound better than this.
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Nice reverb - delay combo
georgebranekov 06.09.2020
I got this pedal after getting the Nux Solid Studio and thought " well, this is a good pedal for the money" and both are. I got the Atlantic primarily for the delay, however, it turns out I am using it mostly for the reverb. I really dig the plate reverb setting and the shimmer function - you can actually get some interesting strings-like stuff going. Hall reverb is also great for ambience, spring - not so much, not really a fan of the sound in this unit. Delay-wise, 60s is sort of a tape delay and I mostly use this as it is straightforward and very simple, 70s is very good and adds some modulation to the delayed tones that I like, 80s is also OK but nothing that will blow your mind. Smart switch to tap delay tempo/switch effect on works very well - had no issues at all with accidentally switching it off. Build quality looks fine to me, saves space on my pedalboard as it is 2 in 1. Would have been nice to have stereo in (it has only stereo out) but I very rarely use stereo rigs, so it is fine for me, just keep in mind if you want to go stereo. I recommend for getting good sound in a quality built pedal on the budget side of gear.
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