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Old 07-05-2014, 10:28 PM   #21
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I prefer delay, but sometimes the room your playing in is just truely awful and you need that verb to comphensate for it. So how are your surroundings? If its not a great sounding space get the verb, if its passable get the delay.
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Old 07-06-2014, 03:08 AM   #22
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IIRC those things have a line level loop so be careful what you put in there, most pedals will distort in the loop. Maybe look for an old Alesis Quadraverb; they love line level and you'll get both reverb and delay (and quite good ones). You see them on ebay really cheap these days. You can switch them with keyboards sustain pedals - also cheap.

this. very few pedals have the headroom for line level (+4dbu); they only want instrument level (-10dbv). line level is for racks. the only companies i know off the top of my head that give their pedals enough headroom to accept line level are empress, eventide, and strymon. also the boss twin pedals like the dd-20 and eq-20 are switchable between instrument and line level. but make sure you check the website/manuals first.
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