Imagine having access to seven different studio-grade Lexicon reverbs - all in a compact guitar stompbox. No, it's not a dream: it's the DigiTech Polara! This pedal gives you a full palette of soundscape options. From essential Rooms, Halls, and Modulated, Plate, and Spring reverbs - to the outrageous Halo and Reverse effects, Polara has you covered. Packed with premium features like true bypass and a Reverb Tails switch, Polara adds new sonic dimensions to your playing, letting you be the architect of your sound.
Enter a new sonic dimension with Halo You're covered for reverb Rock-solid DigiTech design Enter a new sonic dimension with Halo In addition to the classic Lexicon reverbs on tap, DigiTech's Polara serves up the all-new Halo reverb. Halo, which features bewitching cascading octaves peppered in its lush decay, will juice your tone with a glorious patina, letting you enter new, uncharted sonic dimensions. Trust us - you've never heard reverb like this! Halo alone is well worth the price of admission. You're covered for reverb But Polara is not just for otherworldly effects; as for those aforementioned essentials, you've got the full monte at your beck and call. Cozy up with the intimacy of Room, get expansive with the grandiosity of Hall, travel through time with the cosmic mojo of Reverse. Lexicon's revered Modulated, Plate, and Spring reverbs are also onboard. Like we said - you're covered. Rock-solid DigiTech design The Polara is the latest evolution in DigiTech pedal design. Sonically and mechanically, the company's many years of pedal-design experience is evident in every detail. The Polara gives you independent Level, Liveliness, Decay, and Type controls, plus stereo inputs and outputs, a soft-click footswitch, and a Reverb Tails on/off switch. Polara offers true bypass and utilizes a 9V DC power supply for easy integration into your pedalboard setup. DigiTech Polara Guitar Reverb Pedal Features at a Glance: Seven studio-grade Lexicon reverbs in a compact stompbox Rooms and Halls, plus Modulated, Plate, and Spring reverbs Otherworldly Halo and Reverse effects Independent Level, Liveliness, Decay, and Type controls Reverb Tails on/off switch Stereo inputs and outputs; soft-click footswitch