Plate reverb with tone control pedal

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  1. Young Dad

    Young Dad Member

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    Does it exist?
    Strymon blue sky has it but my rig didn't agree with it. Any others?
     
  2. ruger9

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    It's the WET more like a plate reverb than anything else?

    And then there's the new Catalinbread one.... the Talisman....
     
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    TC HOF
    Verbzilla
     
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    These two plus add a Supernatural to your search.
     
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    Red Panda Context has Treble and Bass tone controls in the Plate mode.
     
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    I'd consider the Wet more of a hall type reverb. Doesn't really sound like a plate verb.
     
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    Also, not all "plate" verbs are created equal. There are some really shrill and horrible sounding ones out there.

    I really like the plate verb on the Zoom MS-70CDR, probably the better algorithm on that pedal. It has hi and lo damping. But the clips of the Talisman make me think it's the winner for realistic plate sounds.
     
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    Verbzilla, or the behringer rv600
     

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