Delays & reverb pedals articles

  • The Top Digital Reverb Pedals
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    The Top Digital Reverb Pedals - A Look at the Best Digital Reverb Guitar Pedals

    05/15/14

    Indispensable on the pedalboard of any guitarist — right next to the overdrive/distortion — the reverb pedal allows you to add some ambient or to modify the position of a sound in a mix. Naturally, it has kept up with the digital evolution and there are many different models available on the market right now. We asked the Audiofanzine community wh…

  • TC Electronic Hall of Fame Mini Review
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    TC Electronic Hall of Fame Mini Review - Mini Mini Mini...

    12/01/13

    "...must be funny...in a midget's woooorld". It's probably what ABBA would've sung if they had started their career in 2013. Indeed, this year has seen the appearance of a good number of bonsai-sized and more-or-less useful pedals.

  • Use digital delay to produce many more effects than just echo—including flanging, chorus, doubling, and reverb
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    Use digital delay to produce many more effects than jus… - The Many Uses for Digital Delay

    06/19/12

    The two most important effects in a guitarist’s signal chain are distortion and delay. And if you derive your tone strictly from the amp—whether it’s squeaky clean or buzzsaw nasty—then the digital delay is numero uno.

  • TC Electronic TonePrint Series Review
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    TC Electronic TonePrint Series Review - TC Takes Your Fingerprints

    11/03/11

    TC Electronic just started production of a series of seven "simple" stompboxes! It's a sacrilege if you know a bit about this company, which specializes in rack and programmable stompboxes, but it's also good news considering the success of the Nova series. This new range provides all the elements of a standard pedalboard: distortion, overdrive, c…

  • Red Witch Fuzz God II, Medusa, Pentavocal Trem and Titan Review
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    Red Witch Fuzz God II, Medusa, Pentavocal Trem and Tita… - Stomping Down Under

    03/13/11

    Music is universal — even people in New Zealand, who live down under, play music. They even make guitar stompboxes. And of course, that's what interests us more here at AudioFanzine. Focus on four analog stompboxes...