And the award for favorite Reverb pedal goes to,,,

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Clifford-D, Jan 23, 2012.

What is your reverb choice

  1. TC Electronics Hall Of Fame

  2. Stryman Blue Sky

  3. Hardwire Rv7 reverb

  4. Boss Rv5

  5. Holy Grail

  6. Hermida Reverb

  7. Eventide Space

  8. TC Electronics Nova Reverb

  9. Line 6 Verbzilla

  10. The WET

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  1. Clifford-D

    Clifford-D Member

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    Sorry I had to delete and start over since I left out the WET

    My choice was for the TC Electronics Hall Of Fame

    Major apologies to the people that posted and got deleted , really sorry, but I had to get the WET in on this poll.
    Editing couldn't change the list
    I hope you post again, and I promise I won't delete anymore. :)
     
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    I have the EHX Cathedral and it's great but I haven't tried many others
     
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    I just bought a Tonebug reverb because I like simplicity in pedals. Gotta say it sounds pretty dang good.
     
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    The reverb on my amp!
     
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    Twin Reverb reverb always wins....


    hard choice between Blue Sky & my first love, the Holy Grail....
     
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    I vote Strymon. I think Strymon pedals are such great value for the money. Yes I know they are expensive but you get so much. For example with the BSR you get the best sound quality, tone shaping options, a favorite switch, shimmer & modulated reverbs. Now you may get some of those options with other pedals but you are usually not getting the best tonal quality.
    That's the best part about Strymon - you get all/most of the options you want without having to fall short in the tone category.
    I'm definitely gonna try a Wet in the future though, hopefully this year.
     
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    I started with an RV-3.

    Tried RV-5, Holy Grail, Holier Grail, Digiverb, Cathedral, Boost R.V.B., Space, BlueSky

    Now back to an RV-3.

    You can go home again.
     
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    I've gone from Boss RRV-10 to Boss RV-2 to EHX Holiest Grail to Boss RV-5 to a Subdecay Spring Theory. The Subdecay unit is the best.
     
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    This is an ongoing poll, no closing, but only one vote so in time it should really
    be interesting

    So far The WET is double any other, of course the wet TGPs would come out first
    right? lol
     
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    Yea, sorry only 10 poll spots, I went with the ones that are very often spoke of.

    I also think the Plush gets added attention by being brought up. eh?
     
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    :) I'm actually suprised at the current results only cuz I just did a poll not too long ago about the Wet vs BlueSky and if you had to choose just one and the BSR remained ahead in the poll the majority of the time consistently.
    All the BSR fans must be offline playing guitar or something. Lol.
     
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    I really wanted to like the HOF but it altered my original tone by dulling it down and taming the high end life and vibrancy of my original tone. And I like brighter reverbs, the HOF IMO is on the darker side of verbs. But the BSR has amazing bright reverbs, but can still be dark.
    So many of the HOF's reverbs I could not get bright enough even with the tone knob cranked.
     
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    Very interesting to watch this happen right now, people will read this
    but it's growing right now and the poll changes minute by minute.
    Wild
     
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    No kidding, HoF has "analog through" tech, that is one of it's most outstanding features as is some of these other pedals
    (guess which ones)

    And a very sparkly verb in my experience, not too much and lots of control.

    My experience with this pedal has been great.

    ANY REVERB sounds better being at the end of a chain, and better yet going through
    a pro effects loop in the back of the amp.
    Reverb being slammed by high gain isn't always pretty.
     

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