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  • So what do you guys think is the best reverb pedal.

    Any input would be great have always owned fenders and the new amp is the first one in a long time that doesn't have reverb.
    www.mpdacrylics.com

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    Any input would be great have always owned fenders and the new amp is the first one in a long time that doesn't have reverb.


    I had a couple of the Fender 'The Twin' amps during my time that had nice natural spring reverb for what it was. Now I only use a Peavey 20 classic w/o reverb. So the Holier Grail suits me ok for the price and easiness of use.
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    • #3
      Thanks
      www.mpdacrylics.com

      www.bazoogle.com

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      • #4
        I've tried a good percentage of what's out there and I ended up keeping the boss frv-1 fender reverb. It compares well to the reverb on my silverface princeton.

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        • #5
          location, location, location.

          play amp in bathroom.
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          • #6
            next pedal i am getting is going to be the EHX Cathedral.
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            • #7
              EHX Holy Stain has great reverb with a volume and tone control, and you can control the amount of reverb with an expression pedal and it can go 100% wet. It does many things, some good some not so good, but the Holy Stain is a fantastic reverb pedal.

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              • #8
                I have the Hall of Fame. It's spring setting isn't my favorite, I probably need to spend more time with it, but most of the other settings are really good. And I've owned quite a few good reverb pedals, this one has become a favorite for me. Not expensive, plus stereo ins/outs, and trails, can't go wrong with it.

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                • #9
                  Hardwire RV-7. It doesn't suck, and it's not expensive.
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                  • #10
                    Thanks for all the input.
                    www.mpdacrylics.com

                    www.bazoogle.com

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                    • #11
                      I really like my rv3. I tried. Bunch of reverbs and ended up with the rv3.
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                      • #12
                        Rv-3 and alesis midiverb for me

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                        • #13
                          RV-3 is a cool design and one of my favorite Boss pedals... but it's a bit metallic sounding. People gush over the RV-5's modulated reverb too. The Hardwire RV-7 does some cool thing... doesn't sound half bad either. If you want to spend some money, the Neunaber WET gets a lot of praise... but it's not realistic sounding at all, I don't think. Pretty cool but not my bag. The Malekko 'verbs get some love, but I'm not huge into spring emulations, personally. The Strymon Blue Sky sounds great and is really tweakable, but for all the control they packed into that thing, only having 1 preset to work with is a huge detriment to the playing experience, I think. Which leads me to my 2 real favorites, the Dr. Scientist Radical Red Reveberator and the Eventide SPACE. The RRR is packed with several really good sounding reverbs, but it's a bit limited in control... which isn't necessarily a bad thing, considering how good it sounds and how easy it is to use. The Miniberators are nice too. Cheaper is good. And the SPACE is in a completely different world. Tweakable as all getout, TONS of presets. Love it.
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                          • #14
                            mini reverberator

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                            • #15
                              mini reverberator


                              This and the Malekko Spring Chicken for the high end great stuff.

                              For the affordable reverb the boss frv-1 or the malekko chicklet.
                              not much into the non-spring reverb type pedals so i cant help you there.
                              For myself i was lucky enough to get a malekko spring chicken w/dwell. It's always on at a very moderate setting, great pedal.
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