more reverrbb!!!!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by gianluigi, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. gianluigi

    gianluigi Member

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    I play a stratocaster ts9,wah. custom super reverb,
    sometime I feel like I'm needing more reverb,I've tried a corbon copy( I know it's a Delay),hall of fame ,but they do not sound good added to the existing amp's reverb.
    which one should I try?
    vanamps is good but too expensive and too big,maybe holy grail nano ?
    thanks guys
     
  2. sketches

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    You might want to look into the Hardwire RV-7. It is comparable to the Hall of Fame in price (and can potentially be found for around $70 used), and many people consider it to have higher quality reverb but with less versatility than the Hall of Fame.

    Personally, I think that the RV-7 sounds much better then any of the Electro-Harmonix reverb pedals I've tried (YMMV), and if that doesn't work for you, then you might want to look into the Hermida reverb ($99).
     
  5. MadFrank

    MadFrank Supporting Member

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    ^ I'll second this, as I use the Hardwire with Fender Blackface amps and generally prefer to use the Hardwire with the amps reverb off. It's at least comparable or even better than most built-in reverbs IMO, and of course, more versatile.
     
  6. scolfax

    scolfax Supporting Member

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    After reading a ton of threads and watching vids I pulled the trigger on a Wet last week - should arrive in the next day or two.

    I think it's important to decide what kind you want first. There is quite a range from simple one-knob spring-sounding pedals all the way to super-lush ambient stuff.
     
  7. Abandoned

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    Yeah,4 sure.
     
  8. justnick

    justnick Gold Supporting Member

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    Been getting great results combining this one with amp reverb and also with other delays...

     
  9. oxtone

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    Avoid the EHX Holy Grail - I had one, and it broke after a short time using it. Total crap build quality, IMO. Didn't sound very good, either.

    I'd go with the WET Reverb - the Stereo version has an added knob for Tone,
    plus jacks for real-time control. Very cool.
     
  10. TrainBridge

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    This pedal seems rad. Plate reverb right?

    But honestly the op is playing through a super REVERB! That spring reverb kills! So why even have a pedal unless it's something besides spring?
     

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