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    No question, for me. Barber tone p7ress. Best comp I've found. It ads a bit of color, but not change tone. Transparent, with some real influence
    Last edited by Stonedtone; 12-12-2017, 03:20 PM.

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    I have a barber tone press, it works

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      Reverb.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by DeepEnd View Post
          Reverb.
          I like reverb.
          Best on Fender amps.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mikeo View Post
            I like reverb.
            Best on Fender amps.
            Yeah, my FM65R has a real spring reverb. Nothing quite like it. I had a chance to buy a Marshall Valvestate VS65R but I noticed the reverb didn't work and the guy selling it said he'd just as soon not sell it to me unless I was okay with it as is.
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              Originally posted by DeepEnd View Post
              Yeah, my FM65R has a real spring reverb. Nothing quite like it. I had a chance to buy a Marshall Valvestate VS65R but I noticed the reverb didn't work and the guy selling it said he'd just as soon not sell it to me unless I was okay with it as is.
              My Fender amps have real spring reverb too. The Marshall I have do not. I have a lil Gibson amp, with a volume control on it, so no nuthing on that one.

              So do you like the Marshall?

              The reverb pedal I have is nice, I will mostly use it at gigs, when I get lazy and what it all right in front of me and don't want to run the reverb/ trem foot switch.





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              • #8
                I like to shake a real spring reverb like a thunderstorm

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DeepEnd View Post
                  Yeah, my FM65R has a real spring reverb. Nothing quite like it. I had a chance to buy a Marshall Valvestate VS65R but I noticed the reverb didn't work and the guy selling it said he'd just as soon not sell it to me unless I was okay with it as is.
                  I have the VS65R too. I really love that thing.
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                  • #10
                    Distortion, I never turn it off unless i play acoustic.Maybe to tune.

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                    • #11
                      No such thing for me. I'm fine going bass, cord, amp, speaker for most things. I did use more effects when I played guitar, but still, nothing was always on.
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                      • #12
                        I always have my distortion on too. Even when it's not distorted , I use it for a sparkly boost. I also always use either reverb or delay.
                        It's not about money or popularity , although some money would be nice.

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                        • Warhorse
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                          Hellz yea!

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                        Originally posted by seahorse View Post
                        I always have my distortion on too. Even when it's not distorted , I use it for a sparkly boost. I also always use either reverb or delay.

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                        • #14
                          What dist pedal?

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                          • Warhorse
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                            My amps, no pedals.

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                          The sparkly boost one.
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