Spaceman Orion

User’s Manual

Behold, the smallest analog spring reverb pedal on Earth sits before you.
The Orion has been designed with proper isolation for pedalboard and stage use. Stomping will not cause spring crash (though kicking will).
The Orion uses soft-touch, relay-based true-bypass switching.

We’ve included a solid array of tone-shaping controls on the Orion. A good starting point is all controls at noon. From there, you can dial in a wide range of reverb tones with the following interactive controls:

VOLUME – Output level control. Adjust for unity volume or slight boost
BLEND – Mix your dry tone with the reverb sound
TONE – Affects the reverb tone only; Clockwise increases treble
DWELL – Controls how hard the dual springs are pushed

Due to sensitive components, power transformers may cause noise when too close to the Orion. This includes both pedalboard power supplies and amplifier transformers. Generally, keeping the Orion 4-6 inches from the transformer is sufficient. Experiment with the best placement in your situation.

The Orion is powered by a 9v DC, negative center-pin, standard guitarpedal power supply (not included). No battery option is available.

CAUTION: The Orion is a complex unit internally. Removal of the bottom plate of the pedal could result in damage to the circuit and is not recommended. Any damage caused by removal of bottom plate is not covered by warranty.


Note: This User's Manual is adapted from the official manual created by Spaceman Effects in PDF format, without modification of the content. We just rewrite the PDF, into responsive mobile friendly pages.So, you can read this document anytime and anywhere.

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