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5E3 Amp what kind of reverb do you use?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Dylan61, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. Dylan61

    Dylan61 Member

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    5E3 Amp what kind of reverb do you use?

    I have a mission 5E3 plain with no reverb and I play most of the time Blues,
    , what schould I use?

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  2. jetlag

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    I use an outboard reverb unit - either a vintage fender unit or an uncle spot copy of one (with some "refinements" to the basic circuit). If my reverb unit goes down at a gig, I tote along an EH Holy Grail reverb pedal as a backup.
     
  3. myles111

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    Excellent choice on the Fender stand alone unit.
     
  4. TD_Madden

    TD_Madden Gold Supporting Member

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    Wish I'd never sold my Uncle Spot unit....OUTSTANDING PTP quality and sound.
     
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    Holy Grail.

    As for the stand alone units, is the uncle spot better built than the fender?
     
  6. chaz

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    T Rex roommate is a good sounding reverb pedal.
     

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