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Hawk HR-45 Stereo Spring Reverb

Hawk HR-45 Stereo Spring Reverb

Brand: Hawk

Regular price £825.00 GBP | Inc.VAT: £990.00 GBP
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Near mint example of this favourite. Versatile and flexible reverb, and with a killer overdriven sound as well.

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Product Description

NOTE: the photos are of another we sold but this one is just as good!

We’ve landed a selection of Hawk spring reverbs over recent years, and the fine-looking HR-45 is a favourite.

Serviced including recap of power supply etc.

Sharing similar 1970s HiFi aesthetics with the Hawk HE-2150 & HE-2250 tape echoes, the Hawk HR-45 is a stereo unit that offers input controls for mic in, and also mic/line echo input. Moving along is the four-way Mode selector switch with a choice between Normal, Reverse, Split and Mono reverb settings - Reverse sadly does not offer a backwards reverb, but switches the wet signal to the opposite channel. There’s a pair of quarter inch jack inputs on the front and rear as well as a bunch of connections on RCA phonos that show its hifi background.

It’s a very useful and good-sounding spring - whilst overall it has a more-appealing the sound than the Pioneer SR-202W, there is a strong argument for having more than one spring timbre at your disposal (this from someone who has over a dozen in the studio).

Where things get really interesting is how this unit reacts to being overdriven - pure magic when a guitar is plugged into the mic input, but also very usable with beats and synths. The flexibility offered by being able to just drive the dry or reverb signal, or a combination of the two makes this a very creative tool: the overdriven reverb sound from this unit is highly-addictive!

Condition

Exceptional condition. Photos are of another we sold but this one is just as good!

Voltage Information

100v Japanese model - it will run on North American mains 115/120v without a transformer (we run all our tests using 120v power); however, a step-down transformer is recommended for extended use. A step-down transformer is required in the UK/EU. We do not recommend using cheap generic Chinese mains transformers and can supply a high quality UK-made unit if required.

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For sales in UK the price will include 20% VAT. Buyers elsewhere may incur VAT or other local taxes on import.

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