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.
As soon as you get the box, it instantly shouts premium quality and for the price you pay for the Flux Echo that was a win. The amount of sounds you get from this pedal is amazing and can definitely be a big asset in obtaining the most ambient sound or a nice echo reach if your playing a distorted lead. Controls are easy to use and not a headache to understand.
Overall a great pedal for anyone new to delay/reverb pedals and great for professionals.
One of the best pedals I’ve ever tried. Simply amazing!!!
Takes your skills to a new level ! A welcome addition to the peddle board.
I love the sounds this thing can produce. My only complaint are the noises it produces when I'm not asking it to. I did a pretty scientific test of bypassing this pedal and checking the noise level on my board, and then adding it back in, and it is obviously adding a significant amount of noise to the signal even when not engaged and all knobs at 0. I had to adjust my gate to get rid of it. Not sure if there is an issue with my unit or if this is common. If Horizon reads this, please reach out. Thanks!