Delay and Reverb in one BUT...

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  1. derpsnerf

    derpsnerf Member

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    I'm looking for a delay and reverb combo pedal for my '68 Bassman rig. Here's the catch, I need a pedal where each effect can be used independently. I'm trying to keep the board compact and with less cables so I'm hoping to get a 2-in-1 deal.

    I've been really wanting to get a Boss RE-20 but I'm not sure if it can do each effect independently. If it can I will buy it right away.
     
  2. chiller_instinct

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    Earthquaker Devices just came out with the Avalanche Run. It's a delay and reverb all-in-one. I'm pretty sure you can use the effects independently, not sure if it's footswitchable, you might have to dial one or the other out with a knob. Only place to get it until this summer is Reverb. I'll be getting one soon for sure. It's worth a look!
     
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    guspc Supporting Member

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    I know Keeley just came up with something like that, it's called Delay Workstation, not sure when will be available. Also Midnight 30 Music has the Starry Serenity.
     
  4. Avinash

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    The new Mooer Ocean Machine is worth checking out. It has got 2 delays and 1 reverb.
     
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    WhoJamFan Supporting Member

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    VHT Meloverb
    Seperate Reverb and Tremolo circuits with their own dedicated controls and
    Footswitches.
    Tried one out for a minute a few years ago and thought it sounded pretty good.

    Oops-read that wrong
    -but-
    They do make one that is Delay and Reverb as well.
     
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    VFE Yodeler does that also, and you can choose whether they work in series or parallel (internal switch). I understood however (interpreted?) that the OP wants them footswitchable, not "knob-able" :)
     
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    This. I love mine.
     
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    drbob1 Silver Supporting Member

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    EQD Dispatch Master-although it's bigger...
     
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    +1 for Keeley Caverns
     
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    Strymon El Capistan

    It has the ability to do reverb in its secondary functions.
     
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    You are correct. The pedal would have to have footswitchable reverb and delay.
    I'll check out some of the suggestions so far. Keep em coming!
     
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    Only one that comes to mind is Keely Caverns... loved my Dispatch Master, but you'd have to bend down to turn a knob to remove delay or reverb.
     
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    Wow, that's a lot of knobs
     

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