What kind of boutique reverb would you like to see?

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  1. geekformayor

    geekformayor Member

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    So I asked this about delay, but I am curious about reverb, too. What's important to you when it comes to new reverb pedals that hit the market? Specifically more boutique, not DSP stuff like Strymon.

    Are there things or features you wish you saw more of?
     
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    I think it would be cool to have a line of reverb pedals modeling various, specific recording studio rooms/gig halls/theatres etc. For example, one pedal could be modeled off of the stairway behind Power Station's Studio A and another could be the Royal Albert Hall (with various adjustable parameters) etc.
     
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    tone knobs are good
     
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    Trails, low and high pass filters, footswitch that gives a second option for reverb level, or an expression input that can adjust reverb level.
     
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    Blackhole with analog dry
     
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    ^^^This
     
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    A Small spring reverb in a pedal - something by Kingsley or maybe Effectrode
     
  9. deadlands

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    To be fair, reverb is best done with DSP. Besides spring reverbs, you can really only do DSP based reverbs for something portable and practical in a guitar rig.
     
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    Quad verb: Eventide's dual verb on steroids.

    User will be able to select what kind reverbs will be added to the stack.


    Wait...I can do that with the Zoom MS70cdr
     
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    What does DSP mean to you? Unless it's electo-mechanical, like a spring or a plate, odds are that it's some sort of DSP.
     
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    Some kind of analog spring reverb + Wet combination.
     

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