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Thread [Getting started] The Top Digital Reverb Pedals

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1 Posted on 05/17/2014 at 03:57:48
The Top Digital Reverb Pedals
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 what their favorite digital reverb pedals were, and here are the results.

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2 Posted on 10/12/2017 at 14:35:33
The best reverb pedal in my opinion is the Strymon Bluesky. This pedal has amazing functionality and dreamy tones to surpass anything I have ever heard from a reverb pedal.. http://guitareffectspedalz.com/strymon-blue-sky-review-best-reverb-pedal/ will give you all the information you could wish to know about this pedal.
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