#1
I was with my friend today, and he was playing guitar through (if I remember the name correctly) a Kustom Sienna 35 (or 36? Something like that). It was an acoustic amp that had an 8 setting knob of different amp effects. Two of the were something like "bright hall" and "mellow hall". The hall effect gave the guitar a very full sound I really liked.

Does anyone else have info on that amp and effect, and know whether or not there's a pedal that does the same thing? (or something similar?)

Thanks!
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#2
its called a reverb pedal. Eventide Space
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#4
It sounded a bit different than the reverb on my amp, but maybe my amp just has crappy reverb, lol. Is there a good quality reverb pedal I should look into?
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#5
Eventide Space, the best reverb pedal you can buy
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#7
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Eventide Space, the best reverb pedal you can buy


Ah, sorry! Didn't realize that was the pedal in your first post. Cool deal, I'll look into it. Thanks for the quick replies!
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#8
no problem
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