#1
I'm looking into buying a practice amp for my living room.
I heard Orange amps were good so I looked at the Crush CR15 and the Crush CR15R.
The CR15R is about £15 more expensive but it has reverb.
I understand what reverb is (at it's most basic explanation) but I don't understand whether it's a function like overdrive, or if it's permanently 'reverbing'
And are these combo amps valve or ss?
I realise I don't know much in this subject, but that's why I'm asking.
:S
All help appreciated, cheers.
#2
The crush is SS, and the reverb means that it has the option of you turning the reverb (via a dial on the 30, im not sure about the 15)

I recomend the reverb, it sounds real nice.

And the crush is a good amp for practice/at home use.
#3
Hakanku summed it up nicely there, I have the 30R and love it. The reverb sounds great and i always have it on, even if its just on a low setting. I cant imagine it being worse on the 15R, imo it's well worth the extra £15.

I don't know for certain about the 15R, but i would assume its like the bigger version, which, as Hakanku said, has a dial controling the reverb, at 0 its off completely and you can adjust the dial to set the amount of reverb you want.

Hope that helps.