#2
How much have you got to spend?
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How much have you got to spend?
Sry! Didn't remember to mention that.. but I don't want to use much more than 2000 norwegian kroner ( about 320 USDs? :P).
#4
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail is the standard go-to pedal for reverb, usually around 130 euros but no idea what Norwegian prices are like as you're outside the EU.
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#6
Can't recall the price, but Styrmon Bluesky?
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#7
strymon bluesky, hardwire reverb, boss digital reverb, tc electronic hall of fame, line6 verbzilla.


those are a few that are well regarded. verbzilla may be your cheapest
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I love my TC Electronics Hall of Fame, loads of cool sounds, plus more downloadable reverb styles you can add to it


This. The best $150 (U.S.) I've spent. I actually use a lot of the different modes, room or hall for a nice little bit of ambience -- and the Church mode for HUGE sounding, etherial cleans and volume swells. The thing sounds magical. And with the toneprints, you can download factory-tweaked modes designed by famous artists.

The one I've got loaded right now features a huge, cathedral-like reverb with some subtle chorus going on in the trailoff - it's just amazing. Sounds better than any chorus pedal Iv'e heard. And it's not even a chorus pedal!
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This. The best $150 (U.S.) I've spent. I actually use a lot of the different modes, room or hall for a nice little bit of ambience -- and the Church mode for HUGE sounding, etherial cleans and volume swells. The thing sounds magical. And with the toneprints, you can download factory-tweaked modes designed by famous artists.

The one I've got loaded right now features a huge, cathedral-like reverb with some subtle chorus going on in the trailoff - it's just amazing. Sounds better than any chorus pedal Iv'e heard. And it's not even a chorus pedal!
This sounds interesting.. thanks for suggestion
#12
plus all those tc pedals are true bypass which is a great +
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#13
the hall of fame or the hardwire would get my rec shy of the strymon. (i haven't tried it).
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#14
The Strymon is $300 USD.
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#15
i haven't personally tried the tc hall of fame, but i did try everything else. the strymon beats everything hands down. its better than all the reverb pedals and units i've tried. def. much better than the reverb in my old hrd.