#1
just curious.
I know alot of people put a little (not too much) reverb on their vocals.

anyone have any recommendation on what reverb pedal is best for vocals?

I can't imagine it really matters a whole lot, but I know that some people would have to argue that so I decided to ask for more opinions.
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#2
I wouldn't use a pedal. I'd use the built in effect with the mixer, personally.
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#3
If you are recording always record vocals dry no fx then add reverb later. another good sounding effect if your recording to hard disk is reverse the vocal add fx then reverse it back again.If you are just using reverb live it all depends what type of music you are playing. it's usually best to just plug in the mic to a mixer and use any fx through the aux sends/return reggae dub style.