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#1
I had a boss rv-5 the way i had it dialed in the effect was very subtle i don't even use reverb anymore. anyone else quit using reverb. its possible with a different reverb i could start using it again.
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#5
i use it but only if its built in. i wouldnt get a pedal for that, and if i really wanted one, i would get a delay instead
#6
Quote by midevilhalberd
I had a boss rv-5 the way i had it dialed in the effect was very subtle i don't even use reverb anymore. anyone else quit using reverb. its possible with a different reverb i could start using it again.

I was getting to the point of not using my Nano Holy Grail much.......Then i picked up a T-Rex tonebug Reverb and i'm Loving it!! The Spring setting is Perfect!
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#7
I haven't used reverb for maybe five years since I got rid of my Cube. I just got a reverb pedal a couple of weeks ago, but I use it very rarely. It's a nice effect but I just never use it in an "always on" fashion like some people do.
#9
Quote by joe_k
bloody oaf. spices up the old dull guitar with a trail. but i now i have to buy a pedal seeing as my new matchless doesnt have reverb.

My Budda is the same way NO Verb.........I went Thru 3 pedals be for i hit on the ToneBug Reverb. it's worth every Cent.
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Quote by mmjohn
I was getting to the point of not using my Nano Holy Grail much.......Then i picked up a T-Rex tonebug Reverb and i'm Loving it!! The Spring setting is Perfect!

i tried the nano grail and it left alot to be desired. i am really close to ordering the tonebug reverb seeing as the exchange rate is so good. every time i hear you talk about yours i have to force myself to put down my wallet.
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Quote by mmjohn
My Budda is the same way NO Verb.........I went Thru 3 pedals be for i hit on the ToneBug Reverb. it's worth every Cent.


god damn it i'm off to order it now. damn my fickleness.

Edit: does anyone know a site where i could get it shipped to australia other then proguitarshop.
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#12
I only use a little bit, just enough that my tone isnt too atificial.
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#13
I prefer a dry signal usually, but some reverb for some black metal and maybe some delay for leads sounds cool. Reverb isn't mean't to be very pronounced I don't think. Its more like a subtle sweetening, maybes things sound epic. Go to church and tell me that reverb doesn't do much. Part of the reason most people feel so damn sacred at church is the delay.
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#14
ive always been a big reverb fan, and i have tried countless types. i can conclude that the fender blackface amps have the best, and now that i have a twin it makes everything sound much better
#15
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#16
Reverb=awesome

Solos always sound better with a bit of reverb
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#17
I play through a Twin Reverb Reissue and use a L6 Verbzilla. They're both on more then half the time I play.
#18
i always use a little bit of reverb, gives a little fuller sound.
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#19
cranking the 'verb on my AX2 sounds like Jesus had a baby with Megan Fox.
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#20
I've got an actual spring reverb but I don't really use it because I don't have enough cables. If I did use it, it'd either subtle or, on rare occasions, dialed up to full, probably with a load of delay as well.
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#21
I used to use it almost exclusively, but now my amp has no effects loop, I have gotten out of the habit. Now I use it only for really huge, ambient sounds.
#22
Reverb makes everything sound better.
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#23
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ive always been a big reverb fan, and i have tried countless types. i can conclude that the fender blackface amps have the best, and now that i have a twin it makes everything sound much better


Personally I think the Silverface reverb is better. The Blackfaces sound better in general but I think the reverb is overrated compared to the SFs. It just sounds so much fuller/more realistic to my ears and I know a lot of people who feel the same.

I don't use reverb unless I'm playing at home, and even then, it's a tiny bit that you can barely hear. I've just never been interested in reverb and a loud/decent amp in a medium sized room more than makes up for the lack of it IMO.
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#24
I just listened to quite a few verbs on Youtube and man does the T-Rex Tonebug sound sweet and juicy. That is now the next pedal on the list!
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#26
I'm researching how to make a little itty bitty digital reverb unit to build into my Randall's Blackface module...
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#28
I keep the spring reverb on my amp on all the time, at fairly high settings. Playing with no reverb just sounds so thin.

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#29
I really don't use reverb right now. I don't have enough cables to run my FX loop, and my onboard reverb is lame.

I just don't really need it anyway. A little vibrato goes a long way in making up for what reverb adds.
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Quote by joe_k
god damn it i'm off to order it now. damn my fickleness.

Edit: does anyone know a site where i could get it shipped to australia other then proguitarshop.

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#31
i have to confess, i'm a bit of a reverb snob. i have to have a great, GREAT, natural sounding reverb, and i finally found it in the t-rex roommate. it's wired into everything except my most br00talest setting (which i want extra tight and punchy).
#32
My current amp doesn't have reverb, so I run my rig in a stereo setup with my Digitech flanger. One side goes to my EQ pedal, and from there to my amp, and the other goes directly to a small practice amp that, although it can get loud, just isn't very good. I keep it turned up JUST enough so that the reverb comes through, but not so much that it becomes the majority of my sound.
Of course, for recording, I just mic my normal amp and add some reverb in Pro Tools.
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#33
Quote by midevilhalberd
I had a boss rv-5 the way i had it dialed in the effect was very subtle i don't even use reverb anymore. anyone else quit using reverb. its possible with a different reverb i could start using it again.


Yah know. I could take that RV-5 off your hands for ya there buddy. I've been wanting to get one of those.
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#34
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i tried the nano grail and it left alot to be desired. i am really close to ordering the tonebug reverb seeing as the exchange rate is so good. every time i hear you talk about yours i have to force myself to put down my wallet.

Check out the Makko spring reverb pedal, I can't remember what it's called. But it has a big **** or some would call rooster on it. It's the best reverb pedal I have heard for spring at least because it's the only setting it has. They have an excellent demo on proguitarshop.com. Not that all of their demos aren't excellent. I believe it costs $150.00. But to stay on topic, I use it on a few songs.
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#36
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#37
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i have to confess, i'm a bit of a reverb snob. i have to have a great, GREAT, natural sounding reverb, and i finally found it in the t-rex roommate. it's wired into everything except my most br00talest setting (which i want extra tight and punchy).


Even though I don't use reverb, my guitar teacher got one of those and it just sounds incredible. Extremely natural sounding and probably the best reverb I've ever heard come out of a pedal.
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#38
oh yeah! the pricetag scared me at first, but after the first time i plugged it in i knew it was the one for me... few times has my tone-seeking ways paid off so perfectly.
#39
Quote by ze monsta
^Malekko Spring Chicken. It's discontinued.

I use so much reverb I can play one note and it will last for a month.
It's more fun that way.

Man, I was going to get one of those. What was I thinking Makko, I can't even spell.
#40
Quote by lmihay
Man, I was going to get one of those. What was I thinking Makko, I can't even spell.


They're only discontinued temporarily. They should be availabe again soon and some places still have a few in stock.
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