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Amt Electronics RY-1 Reverberry
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Amt Electronics RY-1 Reverberry

Reverb for Guitar from Amt Electronics belonging to the FX Guitar series

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Pleasant surprise

Amt Electronics RY-1 ReverberryPublished on 06/27/13 at 00:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog reverb pedal in true bypass. We find a volume knob, a mix and Time. It also has the option to choose via a small button (I would have preferred a switch) between the light mode or deep. Also note the possibility of feeding 9 or 12v.

UTILIZATION

The sound palette is huge, but I use it only to soften the sound. I do not think I've seen manual and frankly I do not see the point.
I just wish the button switch that always puts a doubt chosen (light / deep) mode.

SOUND QUALITY

Mix 1/4 the time the third and that's a pedal permanently on the PB. It allows you to make less raw sound. You can of course push settings but finds herself in a sound too typical. For small solo with a...…
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Analog reverb pedal in true bypass. We find a volume knob, a mix and Time. It also has the option to choose via a small button (I would have preferred a switch) between the light mode or deep. Also note the possibility of feeding 9 or 12v.

UTILIZATION

The sound palette is huge, but I use it only to soften the sound. I do not think I've seen manual and frankly I do not see the point.
I just wish the button switch that always puts a doubt chosen (light / deep) mode.

SOUND QUALITY

Mix 1/4 the time the third and that's a pedal permanently on the PB. It allows you to make less raw sound. You can of course push settings but finds herself in a sound too typical. For small solo with a delay + Disto or clean sound I can not do without.

OVERALL OPINION

I was following a trade, I would have never bought it myself but it's a good surprise. I do not know either the UL mark, but this one seems very good. I do not regret this purchase.
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  • Manufacturer: Amt Electronics
  • Model: RY-1 Reverberry
  • Series: FX Guitar
  • Category: Reverbs for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 03/29/2012

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Other names: ry 1 reverberry, ry1reverberry, ry1 reverberry, ry 1reverberry

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