boss delay/reverb pedal ?

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  1. jbert

    jbert Member

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    didn't boss make a reverb/delay pedal? indulge me.
     
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    thanks. now i've gotta find one. ........a little travelin' music.
     
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    Make Google your friend.
     
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    cjcayea cool as a cucumber in a bowl of hot sauce

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    yeah, i have one, got it from ebay. it was a little pricey, i cant recall how much it was, but it was over $100. it worked for 2 days before i had to re-solder one of the wires to the footswitch. i like it though, no problems since.
     
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    I've had mine since they came out in late '94. It was really popular then with a lot of the musicians I knew who were into early shoegazer bands (like me, I guess! We all had Boss PN-2 trems and Whammy pedals, too)...if you set the pedal to one of the reverb settings and max out all of the controls to the right you get a great wash of reverb, almost like "To Here Knows When" on My Bloody Valentine's "Loveless," though you need to use your volume knob to control it.
    It's also great on the delay/reverb settings (especially #6) for slide, and the delays by themselves are also good and crisp. I also like the stereo output jacks...I used those for years to run two amps live. Great pedal!
     
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    One of my favorite pedals for ambient sounds.
     

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