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PSP Nexcellence 50% off for Guitar Month

Friday January 25, 2019. 06:21 PM , from DontCrac[k] Blog
Need a rich-sounding, spring reverb for your guitar? PSP’s Nexcellence will get you that spring reverb sound you need for only $75! (List $149).

Get PSP Nexcellence Here for only $75!

About PSP Nexcellence:
PSP Nexcellence is a rich-sounding, spring emulation inspired by and modeled after “Necklace-type” reverb units. It provides two different spring set processors and can use one or both of its processing engines simultaneously.


Feed switch can be used to toggle signal to the reverb unit
Input Limit knob – lowers the input limiter threshold
Input Width knob – sets the stereo panorama width of the input signal
The Input Width parameter also adjusts the gain of the SIDE signal in MID/SIDE processing at the input of the reverb simulation
Delay knob – sets the pre-delay time (from 0 to 250 milliseconds), controlling the initial delay of the signal at the input of the reverb simulation
Spring Set Selector – lets you choose between three modes of the internal spring configuration
Color knob – allows you to set the brightness (color) of the reverb effect
Decay Time knob – sets the decay time of the reverb simulation
Density switch – allows you to select the simulation model used for the processing. Sparse is the least CPU-intensive model, Shiny is the most CPU-intensive, high quality model, and Dense is a compromise between Sparse and Shiny
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