Reverb is a fundamental guitar effects pedal which gives a sense of space and can add a new dimension to your guitar sound. Every guitarist knows the characteristic spring reverb sound which is available in many amps. This great, warm sound is reminiscent of the cool retro sounds of the early rock music. It can be frequently heard on records of Led Zeppelin. My effects pedal can easily replace the rather cumbersome and difficult spring reverberation unit. This great emulation, faithful to the original, is based on BTDR-3H® module – the flagship DSP processor by Accutronics®, a top producer of reverbs for guitar amps. It can be used as an alternative to traditional spring reverbs. The pedal is easy to use, with no unnecessary features. We can regulate intensity and decay time, and – by rolling the two knobs upwards – we make a transition from subtle and natural effects, which make signal less dry, towards huge cathedral reverberation. The sound provides a lot of analog warmth and cuts well through the band during live performances. It does not alter or color the input signal and is completely transparent because of the analog audio path. This pedal is recommended for classic clean and crunch tones.
Just like with other units that I have made, this one is based on top quality components. The blue stompbox has a nice-looking design which was inspired by reverb sounds.
- Requires stabilized 9V power supply (2.1/5.5 plug with “plus on the outside”)
- Can be used with a voltage higher than 9V, but not exceeding 18V.
?The level of guitarist’s experience on a five-point scale. The higher the level, the more skill the pedal requires.