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reverb suggestions?

jzero

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Hi guys. I was hoping to get some suggestions on a reverb solution.
I am seeking reverb with the following features:

* has good plate or hall sound (spring simulation not necessary)
* not noisey
* pedal format prefered
* has pre-delay control
* has reverse reverb with 100% wet option
* $100 - $150 prefered (used gear okay)

My Digitech RP250 works for everything except the reverse. From my searching/reading it looks like EHX Cathedral can get the job done for $214. I was hoping for a cheaper solution.

Hmmm. Maybe I can somehow use a cheap delay pedal with a single repeat to add the predelay feature to a verb pedal with reverse...
This approach would require a delay that can send 100% dry and wet to seperate outputs -and- a reverb that can do 100% wet for all settings (not just reverse).
The amp I'm using is a MusicMan HD130 that has numerous (Bassman style) inputs and no effects loop.

Perhaps I could go:
from delay dry output to amp input
delay wet output to reverb input
reverb wet output to amp second input

A single-box solution would be better as bypassing the verb or delay would likely cause volume jumps.

Any ideas?
 

peridot1

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Don't think there's really any options out there for reverse. Especially in that price range. If you can forfeit the delay the RV7 is really cool.

That said for the extra $60 the Cathedral is more than a reverb pedal. It's my weird sound box. Has a nice plate and hall too.
 

cj_wattage

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That said for the extra $60 the Cathedral is more than a reverb pedal. It's my weird sound box. Has a nice plate and hall too.
Totally. I think the Cathedral fits the bill nicely for the list of requirements. The plate and hall modes are nice on this one.

I got a new one on eBay for $175. Seller = soundscheapinc
 

Gutes

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it's pretty excessive and higher than your price range but I have the TC Electronic Nova Reverb which does everything you are asking for and then some. It's also really nice because it has 2 selectable reverbs and the entire pedal is analog but it's digitally controlled.
 

forum_crawler

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I would get the Hardwire RV-7. It has an excellent reverse reverb and it is very quiet. As far as the pre-delay thing, I am sure you will also have a delay pedal so it should cover that for you.
 

jdolll

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Hardwire is a great reverb but it doesn't have a Tom of reverb on tap. For straightforward amp style reverb it's great bit I use reverb a lot for thick ambient effects where I wan the reverb to be long and thick and the hardwire IMO was a disappointment in that it couldn't get me there
 




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