The Midium

Anasounds' description of the Anasounds Elements Premium Bundle analog spring reverb

back to basics

Since 2017, at Anasounds we took the challenge to offer you a reverb with the tone of the legendary Fender Twin Reverb!  An excellent way to find back this particular sound without acquiring such beast.

To do this, we worked on several technologies, including dedicated digital processors, FV-1, Belton BTDR… we tried everything!

Then we finally made this observation. There are very few solutions of 100% analog reverb!

We were surprised to see that this exceptional combination was so underused.  The few competitors that started to do it, did not go deep into the concept, large boxes and fairly rudimentary settings.  So with the aim of improving this situation, we’ve continued our research in order to propose a new approach of the spring reverb.  A twin reverb in a pedal and much more…

This is how the Element Spring Reverb was born!

The Element is a pedal that takes back the very essence of the analogue reverb, which is obtained by physically stimulating springs thanks to the guitar signal.


No artificials.

No calculations.

From beautiful mechanics coupled to analog signal processing.


a wide compatibility

for guitarists

Back to the 60’s, Californian beach, surfers, guitars, mix out loud, some anthology riffs.

This is our promise to you.

From Dick Dale to David Gilmour through Bob Marley.

Even the ambient guys will put away their shimmers and try to come back to the springs!


for synths

A Moog, an Sequential, or any synth you can get in your hands, a good raw sequence and this reverb will be able to round up the angles, give your sound scope and then bring a good dose of harmonics!

Shut it down and it would be a crime!


available settings

Before introducing you to the various settings, we need to make a little reminder!

The Dry signal is the signal that enters into the pedal without any modifications.

The Wet signal is the one that has been processed by the effect, hence the output, in a classic pedal.

These terms are often used when it comes to parallel sound processing.
Because, we want to keep the dry signal and then, add a dose of wet signal to it, according to our taste.

different size of tanks

Le Bon, La Brute et Le Truand (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly). These acolytes are very well named, indeed:


hit the tank!

This feature is simply inimitable (ok there must be 2-3 IRs, but still!) it’s only possible with this analog technology!

Be careful not to shoot in it permanently, the public will simply move to the bar.

Rubber feet are also provided with the tank in order to secure it and
to calm the brutalizing drummers with their big kicks.