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09-06-2008, 09:56 AM
Just a heads up:
Tube audio circuit, runs off 9-V, has a switching power supply inside that takes that up to proper high voltage for the tube. We’re still sorting out pricing, but it can be run at the end of a pedal board, or plugged through a loop in an amp, or used AS a loop in an amp with passive loop (patch jacks) like Ceriatone, Dumble, Bludo etc.
Played the prototype through my Bludo and it sounded incredible.
Andy has a winner here.:AOK
1) Very quiet - zero noise
2) Reverb is terrific (comparable with my T-Rex Roommate)
3) Bludo sounded incredible with the pedal.
Fairly small footprint.
I think this is going to be a great grab and go solution for a lot of D- amp users as well as other folks that have amps with passive loops.
I was extremely impressed and it is on my "must have" list.
09-06-2008, 01:46 PM
Here are some updates from Andy:
You can mention the actual product name “Verbrator” ®, and post the proto pic and/or the preliminary silk screen if you like. It’s coming out for sure, by years end. Guessing list price in the $ 349.00-399.00 range, or maybe a bit less when final numbers come in.
It can be used as a loop (series or parallel, line or pedal level, like our amp loop’s), with the addition of the awesome reverb, runs on a 9VDC external adaptor, but not batteries.
Works well on a pedal board or in an amp loop. The tube runs at correct voltage, the reverb is full 15-KHz bandwidth, with decay and level controls.
I will be showing it at Scott’s and the LA-Amp show.
09-06-2008, 02:05 PM
Will it also have stereo I/O for those who use a w/d/w setup?
Is it just 1 reverb type, and if so, what is it - spring, room, hall, etc?
10-22-2008, 04:56 PM
..can't wait to get this beauty. I was about to get the kleinulator... so I'll just wait for this to come out...price is awesome too. Far better than installing a real reverb and modifying the guts of my effects loop.
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