#1
Building a new rig and am thinking I'll use a reverb pedal. The JSX does have reverb, but I'm not sure I want to go that route...might just pull the reverb out of it.

If I do get a pedal, which would you recommend? I do need it to be smaller form factor to fit on my board--no bigger than a typical Boss pedal.
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- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

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- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60

#2
I have the TC Electronics Hall Of Fame, and it sounds great! Lots of settings, and the toneprint setting adds some extra versatility! If you're in the USA though (or even otherwise) i'd recomend the Pro Guitar Shop custom edition; the Trinity.

And on that note, the Hardwire Supernatural from PGS also looks something special...
#3
Yeah, I was definitely considering the HoF. I'll look into the Trinity and the Supernatural as well. Thanks.

Anyone else want to chime in?
Guitars
- Ibanez S570DXQM
- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

Amps
- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60

#4
I'd go for the Supernatural or Hardwire RV-7.
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#5
though i've never used it a buddy of mine loves his Cathedral reverb pedal, but it'skinda pricey and it might be too big for your limited space
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I would recommend the marshal MG100

Very versatile and quality sound. It should treat you well
#6
If you have no budget and can get a tad bit more space the Strymon blueSky reverb is awesome!
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#7
The Supernatural and Trinity both seem well suited to doing ambient stuff, but I definitely won't need any of that. Just looking for something simple and good quality I guess. Of those mentioned so far in this thread, I'd probably lean toward the Hardwire RV-7 or standard HOF. I guess I'll look into the Holy Grail too...the smaller one.
Guitars
- Ibanez S570DXQM
- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

Amps
- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60

#8
Strymon BlueSky is definitely a higher-end reverb. doesn't take up too much room either.

the Hall of Fame/Trinity (basically same thing except Trinity is a newer model), WET reverb, and Supermoon have all gotten good ratings.

A basic reverb would probably be the Holy Grail (nano since you want a smaller)

All except Strymon are standard 'boss' size
#9
Strymon is nice, but a bit big and a little spendy too.
Guitars
- Ibanez S570DXQM
- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

Amps
- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60

#10
Buy a spring reverb tank and carry it around the stage.
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#11
Leaning toward HoF or Holy Grail Nano. I like that the HoF has a few other settings. Love the HG's simplicity though.

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Buy a spring reverb tank and carry it around the stage.


lol
Guitars
- Ibanez S570DXQM
- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

Amps
- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60

#12
I would definitely go the HoF or RV-7, if you are looking for a reasonably priced reverb for simple applications.
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#13
Quote by sg4ever
I would definitely go the HoF or RV-7, if you are looking for a reasonably priced reverb for simple applications.

This. Both are fantastic.
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#14
Ok, picked up HOF. Just got it at GC. Site had it for $121.17 (strange) so store matched that. Thanks all.

P.S. waiting a few more days to do a NRD (new rig day).
Guitars
- Ibanez S570DXQM
- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

Amps
- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60

#15
Quote by Deadpool_25
Ok, picked up HOF. Just got it at GC. Site had it for $121.17 (strange) so store matched that. Thanks all.

P.S. waiting a few more days to do a NRD (new rig day).



You running it out front or through the loop?
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#16
Hardwire Reverb.
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#17
Quote by cdr_salamander


You running it out front or through the loop?



Loop. Chorus > delay > reverb.
Guitars
- Ibanez S570DXQM
- Ibanez RG7421
- Fender John Mayer Strat
- Fender MIJ Strat
- Epiphone Bonamassa LP
- Epiphone Dot

Amps
- Axe FX II XL+
- Tweed Blues Jr. NOS
- Vypyr 60