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Egnater Reverb

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by cosmodog, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. cosmodog

    cosmodog Member

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    I recently purchased an Egnater Vengeance head and cab. It has built-in reverb, and it sounds pretty dang good. Yes, as other reviews have said, it can get thick really quick, so keep it dialed back, but the sound is very rich.

    Anyone know what type of reverb this is? I don't know if it's digital or not. I know it really doesn't matter as long as it sounds good (it does), but I'm really just curious, and I can't find any info anywhere on the Egnater site or product docs.
     
  2. RJM/rydog2223

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    On my Renegade head it is digital.
     
  3. Robotechnology

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    Digital. There is no reverb tank. I just got a Vengeance also. Like it quite a bit.
    Would have liked the reverb to not kick in as dramatically as it does though.
     
  4. cosmodog

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    Thanks :) So did you figure it out by process of elimination, or did you actually see that in a spec somewhere? Just curious.
     
  5. StompBoxBlues

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    I think you can rely on it. A reverb tank takes up some space, and you'd notice it. If it doesn't have a "tank" with springs, etc. then it's gotta be digital.
     

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