Casper is a spring reverb unit of years gone by, inside a pedal. Don’t let the difference in size freak you out though, Casper has the same amount of haunting ability as his fatter uncles. Its not a true spring reverb but its as close as you will get without actually building a spring reverb!
The circuit path is an analogue/digital spring reverb emulation utilising a PT2399 and a Belton Brick, which as we regular builders know, are peas in a pod! The pre-delay is controllable via the Attack knob and offers slap back to chasm like delay. The Dwell control sets the length and thickness of the decay. The Depth sets the intensity of the reverb vs the dry mix.
Our kit includes my DIY friendly PCB design, with larger solder pads, and a spacious layout therefore giving you the best chance of a successful build from any kit supplier on the scene. Couple that with the in depth build guides and our Facebook support group, then you can see why we are ahead of the game.
This one fits inside one of our excellent JP125B enclosures, features the ability to use right angled pots to ensure a neat presentation and has top mounted jacks as standard.
This kit is at the intermediate level. It has expensive parts to make it work and should be considered a challenge.
Speaking of expensive parts, choose between short or long decay on the brick! Without seeming to state the obvious, the PCB Only option does not include a reverb brick