I called Proguitarshop last week to discuss the Hardwire Reverb Pedal. After a short discussion about the features I decided to give it a try. My Hardwire Reverb pedal arrived today, I just spent the last hour giving it a workout. First I'll comment on the build quality. This thing is built like a tank, very rugged. It also comes with a velcro strip, foot switch glow sticker and stomplock(keeps your settings where you want them). Ok at this point I'm really impressed with this pedal. I played it tonight with an EJ Strat through an AC30 inspired amp with no reverb with a 212 cabinet loaded with Naylor SD50 speakers. I know there has been some discussion about how the Hardwire will effect your tone once it is engaged. Wether or not it converts your signal to digital or parallel digital and analog. I don't know the answer but don't be concerned you will not be disapointed with the end result coming out of your speakers. I've owned fender reverb units and I've had my share of 60's black face fenders. The Hardwire spring setting does a nice job at emulating that effect. After tweeking the level, liveliness and decay setting I was able to get a nice sublte spring reverb effect that I was excited about using. Next I tried the Modulated mode, probably my favorite. This setting stacked with my ClinchFx EP-PRE and MP-DBD was just stellar. I finally have a clean tone with the right amount of modulation and reverb. This was the sleeper hit for me tonight. This setting alone is worth the purchase price for me. Next I tried the Hall, Room, Plate modes. I just could not find a bad setting. What can I say I really like this pedal. I have to give it a big :AOK. I'm so glad I did not buy a one trick pony reverb pedal. If you get a chance to try one you will not be disappointed.