I really like the plate from the Verbzilla/M-series. This is what is known as Legacy plate on the HX products. It gets crazy long decay, with lush harmonic midrange complexity.It's worth mentioning that the Plate Reverbs in the Helix, HX FX and HX Stomp are excellent. The HX Stomp is about the size of a Big Sky.
Agreed. Real plates or go home!If builders make spring reverbs with real springs, why don't they make plate reverbs with real plates? I'm sure my family would LOVE my bringing a footswitch-activated gong-sized pedal into my house...
Unfortunately I believe that’s a comparison to the Big Sky’s Spring Reverb. I think Shnobel thinks the talisman is a spring reverb considering the stand alone demo he did of that pedal.It's worth mentioning that the Plate Reverbs in the Helix, HX FX and HX Stomp are excellent. The HX Stomp is about the size of a Big Sky.
I like the size and simplicity of the Catalinbread Talisman (have GAS). I don't know where the Talisman sits in the hierarchy of plate reverb simulation. But, I did run across this video...
Would you like to but a cavern? It’s priced to move.One of the (many, many) cool things about the PolyExpressive Digit is that it will load convolution IR reverbs. Load op one of the excellent Lexicon, EMT, or Bricasti IRs (or if you want a stone cathedral, there are some of those out there as well ) and you can have some truly amazing reverbs on tap. I really like a number of the named pedals above, but the EMT Dark Plate IRs I have found kill them all.
yes, feeds a bassman Ltd and an ac-30. I a/b'd the collider with the talisman in mono first and found that I could dial the collider to sound almost identical, but the collider has more sounds and more control, but then I ran the collider stereo and at that point there is no comparison to the mono talisman.Tell us moar. Stereo?
My wife's gonna be pissed when she finds out what the new addition we're planning is really for....A room reverb where I can keep a plate and a spring tank.I just bought a cavern.