Electro-Harmonix has announced the sequel to its best-selling Oceans 11 reverb pedal, the Oceans 12 Dual-Stereo Reverb.

As the name suggests, the Oceans 12 packs two independent reverb engines, which can be run in series or parallel, or even sent to separate outputs.

Other new features include the addition of the Oceans 11’s secondary knob functions to the front of the pedal, while the left footswitch offers three modes of operation: infinite, tap and send/return.

There’s also a new Tide control to adjust stereo image alteration, and a Lo-Fi knob, and any sounds can be saved to one of 24 presets, or adjusted via an expression pedal or footswitch using the dedicated jack.

12 reverb types are onboard: Room, Spring, Plate, Reverse, Echo, Trem, Mod, Dyna, Auto-Infinite, Shimmer, Polyphonic, and a new Resonant mode.

The Oceans 12 is available from mid-March for $237. EHX has more info.