#1
So as some of you know i've been on the hunt for a nice lush reverb and chorus for a while now. I am yet to try out all the choruses I am looking at yet but when I tried out this nifty little reverb from Marshall I couldn't pass it up!




The Marshall RF-1 Reverb. It's surprisingly organic and not too bright as I was fearing it might be. For $150 Australian it was a deal too good to pass up.




The construction is top notch and it's a lot heavier than it looks. It's one sexy pedal if I do say so myself too




Overall i'm really happy as I don't need a top of the line face melting reverb just something to give a bit of extra bite to solos, and for the money this does it great!
#2
lookin' good. grats
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#4
HNPD! several people here are buying pedals from that marshall line since they're so inexpensive. Hope it sounds good to you!
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#7
Holy Grail Plus, Boss RV 5, Boss Fender Reverb, Hardwire Reverb.

The Holy Grail Plus was a beatiful pedal but I would rather spend up on a Small Clone than anything
#8
That's the pedal I'd get if I weren't dead set on a Hardwire RV-7.

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#12
HNPD! Looks very good, I might be buying this, I'm in real need of a reverb, would you recommend it for that kind of budget?
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#14
Quote by stykerwolf
Those Marshall pedals are VERY tough to break, the BB-2 i have weights more then the 3 pedals i built combines.

the things weigh a shit-ton. you could kill a cat by dropping one from 4 feet above.

good buy TS
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the things weigh a shit-ton. you could kill a cat by dropping one from 4 feet above.

good buy TS

are ou basing that on the pedals sonic qualities, or it's cat-killing ablilities?
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#16
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are ou basing that on the pedals sonic qualities, or it's cat-killing ablilities?

If it can kill a cat, who cares how it sounds?

^A very good rule to go by when buying gear.
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Quote by Jhachey22
are ou basing that on the pedals sonic qualities, or it's cat-killing ablilities?

*throws marshall pedal at Jhachey22's head*

catch that.

Hey - if he's happy with it it's a good purchase.

#18
Quote by LezPaulEpiphone
HNPD! Looks very good, I might be buying this, I'm in real need of a reverb, would you recommend it for that kind of budget?


For the price it's hard to beat. There are better sounding pedals out there, but you're gonna pay close to double the price. @ Ze Monsta; I haven't really used the reverse setting much yet but i'll try and record some clips
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Quote by Jhachey22
are ou basing that on the pedals sonic qualities, or it's cat-killing ablilities?




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^A very good rule to go by when buying gear.


But.. that would make teh MG fullstack teh moast awesome thing evar
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