MXR Reverb M300 what's taking so long

wiltel24

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Anyone know why it is taking so long for this pedal to be available? Hearing end of April before it will be for sale.
 

A-Mags

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They're out at Guitar Centers. I've already played one and decided not to purchase it.
 

A-Mags

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What were your thoughts on it?
I was mostly concerned for the regular spring, plate, and hall reverbs for use with my JTM45 type amp. I would say it was just ok. I compared it to the Fender's amp internal spring reverb and the Topanga reverb and it was no contest. The Topanga kills it but it only does spring reverb. I didn't find the controls gave a wide range of sounds either. Having something to compare it with sure helped. There's something about the real deal that warms up the sound in a way that pedals I've tried can't. The Topanga came real close and the the MXR did not, even with much playing of the tone control. It seemed to be a master of none of the reverbs to me. YMMV.
 
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coltonius

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I was mostly concerned for the regular spring, plate, and hall reverbs for use with my JTM45 type amp. I would say it was just ok. I compared it to the Fender's amp internal spring reverb and the Topanga reverb and it was no contest. The Topanga kills it but it only does spring reverb. I didn't find the controls gave a wide range of sounds either. Having something to compare it with sure helped. There's something about the real deal that warms up the sound in a way that pedals I've tried can't. The Topanga came real close and the the MXR did not, even with much playing of tone control. It seemed to be a master of none of the reverbs to me. YMMV.
I'm interested in it for the ambient, washy algos. I will have to try it before making a blind purchase..
 

thesooze

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I was mostly concerned for the regular spring, plate, and hall reverbs for use with my JTM45 type amp. I would say it was just ok. I compared it to the Fender's amp internal spring reverb and the Topanga reverb and it was no contest. The Topanga kills it but it only does spring reverb. I didn't find the controls gave a wide range of sounds either. Having something to compare it with sure helped. There's something about the real deal that warms up the sound in a way that pedals I've tried can't. The Topanga came real close and the the MXR did not, even with much playing of tone control. It seemed to be a master of none of the reverbs to me. YMMV.
Thanks! Appreciate it
 




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