After over 2 years of design, testing, and tweaking we are so excited to finally be able to present our latest inspiration box: The Flux Echo!
It’s the result of years of research & development, our community’s great input and Misha’s extensive delay collection ranging from vintage tape echoes to modern crisp delays...
Mono and Stereo I/O's: The Flux Echo is designed to work great with most setups including traditional mono rigs as well as stereo rigs with multiple amps/instruments, it even sounds great with synthesizers.
Flux Mode: Variable switch that allows 3 distinct voices: a warm, ambient reverb with clean analog delay repeats, a lightly modulated reverb with a smooth reverse delay, and a shimmer reverb with a tape-style echo.
Tap/Hold switch: Tap to set your delay tempo, hold to freeze both reverb and delay. Once you let go both will decay as set.
Bypass/Delay and Reverb Trails switch: Tap to turn the Flux Echo on or oﬀ. Hold the bypass switch down while the pedal is on to enable or disable delay/reverb trails.
Power: The Flux Echo does not come with a power supply and cannot be powered via 9 volt battery, only by external power sources. The Flux Echo requires 300 mA via a 9 volt DC center negative power supply.
I’m completely floored by the pedal -really awesome
This flux is echo sings I’m using it for all my clean tones thank you misha you rock
I love my Fluxecho. It sounds grand and it offers a wide range of tweaking without being complicated. It's on my board and it will stay there.
These guys really stand by their work! I purchased a Flux Echo and had it on my board for about a year purchased secondhand mint condition from Reverb. For some reason it stopped Working and I contacted Horizon Devices to see if they could do a repair knowing full well that it would not be covered under a warranty since I purchased at secondhand. Nick from HD I told me I could send back the defective pedal and he let me purchase a brand new one for the cost of a repair! I am so happy to have it back on my board where it belongs. Thank you Nick and thank you Horizon Devices!