Teaching Machines



A boutique analogue stereo spring reverb machine with lots of complementary features including 2 delay lines, 4 stereo filters, stereo modulation controls and a magic feedback loop around the whole thing. Read more about it on our home page.

The unit is 3RU high and fits in standard 19" racks with the attachable rack 'ears' screwed in but will sit nicely on a surface with the attachable rubber feet screwed in. It also comes with an operation manual and an external power supply. It's shipped in sustainable packaging.

The Wellspring has a 5 year warranty against defects or electrical failure. You will be added to our Warranty database automatically when you purchase the Wellspring and a confirmation email will be sent to you.

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When you get the Wellspring you'll be joining an esteemed group of users...

Musician and Carpenter Deakin (Josh Dibb) John Hill (Animal COllective) on the Teaching Machines Wellspring: "The Wellspring brings something really special into my studio. It can often be just the thing to take something in the mix into a new dimension. I'm sure it will be a mainstay of my creative process and mixes for years to come".
Four Time Latin Grammy Winner Mario Caldato Jr uses and endorses the Wellspring
Grammy Nominated Engineer and producer Josh Evans (Dr John - Van Morrison - Pearl Jam - Philip Glass Soundgarden - Thunderpussy - KT Tunstall) on the Teaching Machines Wellspring: "I love the Wellspring! I use it for slap echo, a little subtle mono-depth, big washy stereo spring verb and everything in-between. I even find myself playing it like an instrument, one hand on the Magic knob and one hand on the delay. Most of the time I use the Wellspring on a mix, I’ll print the track and tweak the controls as it goes down…".

These talented people at the top of their game use and love the Wellspring so much they endorse it publicly…