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Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender Reverb
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  • very well on clean sounds.

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 11/15/13 at 01:07
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    digital emulation of analog reverb springs (the '63 reverb unit in fender). Format pedal boss, solid metal shell, 9v power supply, a jack in, jack and roll out a youth!

    UTILIZATION

    three buttons dwell mix and tone, it ends quickly by finding the dose of reverb that music deserves. It is very versatile (although not as warm as an original ten times more expensive), when used where it is necessary. What a boss pedal, it does the job, the bare minimum and it is his interest!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is great to dress up a clear, or to play the misirlou! The big surprise of this reverb, and what makes his interest over its cheaper competitors is the tone knob, which will cahnger the color......
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    digital emulation of analog reverb springs (the '63 reverb unit in fender). Format pedal boss, solid metal shell, 9v power supply, a jack in, jack and roll out a youth!

    UTILIZATION

    three buttons dwell mix and tone, it ends quickly by finding the dose of reverb that music deserves. It is very versatile (although not as warm as an original ten times more expensive), when used where it is necessary. What a boss pedal, it does the job, the bare minimum and it is his interest!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is great to dress up a clear, or to play the misirlou! The big surprise of this reverb, and what makes his interest over its cheaper competitors is the tone knob, which will cahnger the color of the reverb, dark (like the first unit fender) to clear (as the current fender amps). After worry, it erst Exhibit acute foil expensive side fender to in all cases. Lovers filled as Ampeg eg reverb, go your way, it is not versatile and dislikes distos! So it is in his field, but it's up to you to see if you tame or not.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year, following a change of amp (before I used my Fender reverb directly, if you have a real fender, not bother with this pedal) marshall who has no reverb. After my game in my group does not require a lot of reverb, so I think removing it from my rig and let the sound engineer put the reverb directly when there is need. But it is a good reverb for extra home studio for example.

    It may be a bit pricey for what it is but right now the price down so ... enjoy!

    After I do not think I would do this choice. There are other more versatile reverb (Hall of fame for example), so as to put directly the price if you want to not be confined to a particular reverb.
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  • Effective and very versatile

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 10/31/13 at 09:55
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    This is a reverb pedal supposed to emulate the sound of the Fender spring reverb ... 63 Digital COSM technology, the standard Boss.
    only three trimmings: Mix, Tone and Dwell, which correspond to the same trimmings as the Fender '63 Reverb.
    - Mixer: adjusts the reverb level.
    - Dwell: Dwell sets the amount of reverb and harmonics of the intensity of the reverb. On the Boss FRV-1 Dwell also works as a drive for the section of sound that mimics the lamp.
    - Tone: The tone trimming changes the EQ range of the reverb. 1 corresponds to the position deeper reverb, and position 10 to a brighter reverb.

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely simple configuration, no need to book. buttons to edit the......
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    This is a reverb pedal supposed to emulate the sound of the Fender spring reverb ... 63 Digital COSM technology, the standard Boss.
    only three trimmings: Mix, Tone and Dwell, which correspond to the same trimmings as the Fender '63 Reverb.
    - Mixer: adjusts the reverb level.
    - Dwell: Dwell sets the amount of reverb and harmonics of the intensity of the reverb. On the Boss FRV-1 Dwell also works as a drive for the section of sound that mimics the lamp.
    - Tone: The tone trimming changes the EQ range of the reverb. 1 corresponds to the position deeper reverb, and position 10 to a brighter reverb.

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely simple configuration, no need to book. buttons to edit the sound, hard to get any easier, it is a pedal boss ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    To simulate the sound of the Fender spring reverb ... 63 I like a doubt .... I do not know the original, but have played on many amps with a real spring (quite rightly fender ...). So for me the feelings are not there (the response of the reverb game dynamics for example).
    For his against by the fact that quite well in the studio. It was the famous reverbs surfs very simply, but also a wide range of other collorations on hand and it is very well seen ...
    In fact, between the knob and dwell especially the effectiveness of tone knob, it is not confined only to the large brilliant well the Fender spring, but also to more effective and discreet very dark colors with other types of games. For a time we can tweak a sound with a Fender reverb estamplillée, we will not complain right?

    OVERALL OPINION

    Less than flattering Malekko less cliché that EHX, but also more versatile, efficient and original in its design and in its sound reproduction.
    Used for more than two years, I am very demanding with reverbs (I have a eventide) that I use sparingly and with discretion in general. I tried a few before my choice to stop this Boss who is constantly in the loop of my preamp.
    A little expensive new in my opinion, the value for money is interesting on occasion.
    With the experience I probably do it again this choice in this price range.
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  • Boss 63 Fender Reverb Pedal

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 11/28/11 at 15:00
    This pedal digitally reproduces the classic tones of the original 63 Fender Reverb unit. The unit although sounded amazing is powered by tubes and can be somewhat cumbersome and high maintenance. Fender went to Boss and said 'Hey bro, let's make this in pedal form' well OK don't quote me on that, but that is what happened and Boss built Fender's 63 Reverb pedal.

    My usual expensive 'Yeah I'd like to try this out' pedal shopping extravaganzas. Regularly $129 I was able to score this on sale for $100.

    It's a simple no nonsense pedal. It can really add that pocket full of sunshine you hear on the old Beach Boys records.

    The three simple knobs on this pedal are Mixer, Tone and Dwell. ......
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    This pedal digitally reproduces the classic tones of the original 63 Fender Reverb unit. The unit although sounded amazing is powered by tubes and can be somewhat cumbersome and high maintenance. Fender went to Boss and said 'Hey bro, let's make this in pedal form' well OK don't quote me on that, but that is what happened and Boss built Fender's 63 Reverb pedal.

    My usual expensive 'Yeah I'd like to try this out' pedal shopping extravaganzas. Regularly $129 I was able to score this on sale for $100.

    It's a simple no nonsense pedal. It can really add that pocket full of sunshine you hear on the old Beach Boys records.

    The three simple knobs on this pedal are Mixer, Tone and Dwell. Mixer decides how much reverb you are sending out, Tone is a standard treble roll off tone knob like your standard guitar's tone know and Dwell acts as a sustain knob.

    With the old reverb units every time you tried to move them you'd hear an ear piercing exploding sound from the springs rattling. Well you know what it really is not a problem with me that this pedal doesn't do that, nor can I think of any other negatives.

    Your regular awesome Boss quality construction you have grown to learn, love and rely on.

    The Boss Fender 63 Deluxe Reverb pedal sure doesn't top the old tube Reverb units, but it makes life a whole lot easier and sounds great too.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Perfect

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 04/05/12 at 09:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Digital reverb. The mixer may be analog?

    UTILIZATION

    3 buttons:

    DWELL: Adjusts the amount of input signal that goes to the reverb circuit.
    MIXER: Mixes the input signal and the gross output of the reverb.
    TONE: Adjusts the tone of the reverb signal and ALSO the volume of it! For me, this is the secret of this pedal. For a Fender amp reverb types, I rule the tone at 9:00, not more.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very nice reverb. I used it with a clone that has not Blackface reverb.

    The only drawback: Transfo necessary, or when big budget batteries.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I almost sell it, before discovering the possibilities of knob Tone.

    I had a Holly Grail and a TC electronic that I......
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    Digital reverb. The mixer may be analog?

    UTILIZATION

    3 buttons:

    DWELL: Adjusts the amount of input signal that goes to the reverb circuit.
    MIXER: Mixes the input signal and the gross output of the reverb.
    TONE: Adjusts the tone of the reverb signal and ALSO the volume of it! For me, this is the secret of this pedal. For a Fender amp reverb types, I rule the tone at 9:00, not more.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very nice reverb. I used it with a clone that has not Blackface reverb.

    The only drawback: Transfo necessary, or when big budget batteries.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I almost sell it, before discovering the possibilities of knob Tone.

    I had a Holly Grail and a TC electronic that I sold it for.
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  • Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 02/26/12 at 02:27
    A classic reborn — the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender® Spring Reverb returns as a modern stompbox. BOSS and Fender® USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1, a stunning recreation of the legendary ’63 Fender® Reverb via COSM technology. The FRV-1 puts that timeless tube-driven reverb sound under your foot in a tough, reliable compact pedal.

    A timeless classic — the Fender® Spring Reverb is the sound that launched the surf-music phenomenon, and is a staple of rockabilly, country, and blues. Later, it became commonplace in grunge and other modern genres. Now the same legendary sound can be had in an affordable, rugged compact pedal.

    Recreates the legendary sound of the 1963......
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    A classic reborn — the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender® Spring Reverb returns as a modern stompbox. BOSS and Fender® USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1, a stunning recreation of the legendary ’63 Fender® Reverb via COSM technology. The FRV-1 puts that timeless tube-driven reverb sound under your foot in a tough, reliable compact pedal.

    A timeless classic — the Fender® Spring Reverb is the sound that launched the surf-music phenomenon, and is a staple of rockabilly, country, and blues. Later, it became commonplace in grunge and other modern genres. Now the same legendary sound can be had in an affordable, rugged compact pedal.

    Recreates the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender® Reverb via COSM technology
    Easy operation with three classic controls for Dwell, Tone, and Mix for creating sounds from buttery warmth to sparkling twang
    Cool, retro appearance
    Road-tough BOSS metal construction

    This is a relatively new pedal, boss' attempt at recreating a classic fender '63 reverb tank. Housed in the classic compact boss single sized pedal, with no more than what? 3 knobs. Of course, the usual with boss. Simplicity so you can just plug in and play!



    UTILIZATION

    Simple with the 3 knobs dwell, tone and mix. Tweak'em all till you get that classic springy 'verb sound that you're used to hearing from a '63 tank.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Now, i'm not a BIG reverb user. But I do seldom use reverb and sometimes there's good sounding reverb and bad sounding reverb. I'll try to generalize for the common people who aren't tone purists or hardcore reverb users. A good reverb is something that doesn't generally alter your original guitar signal, but also sounds pleasing, with a sort of warm vibe and not sterile or thin etc. This is of course, the effect that I'm talking about, that 'hallway' effect. Some bad reverb effects sound like, they're not even there or working or audible, or that that 'hallway' effect just lacks something and sounds 'cold.

    I do know a player who told me that he no longer takes out his actual '63 reverb tank because he has this pedal. That's how good this pedal supposedly is. So it's gotta be good! right? I think it sounds great for all the surf stuff, definitely. I always get a kick out of playing the james bond theme as well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think fender is definitely onto something with their newly released COSM-like pedals. This is one of them of course and sounds convincingly good! I would definitely look into this pedal if I were in search of a good reverb that reminded me of an older '63 fender tank.

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  • Surprisingly very good

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 02/25/12 at 17:43
    BOSS FRV-1 Fender 1963 Spring Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal Features:

    Re-creates the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender Reverb via COSM technology
    Easy operation with three classic controls for Dwell, Tone, and Mix for creating sounds from buttery warmth to sparkling twang
    Cool, retro appearance
    Road-tough BOSS metal construction

    UTILIZATION

    I have always been that snobby kind of guy who stayed away from boss pedals in general. Besides maybe the giga delay, I have never really played a boss pedal I liked very much. However, due to the curious lack of *budget* reverb pedals that seem to be on the market, I recently decided to try the Fender Reverb pedal boss offers. ......
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    BOSS FRV-1 Fender 1963 Spring Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal Features:

    Re-creates the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender Reverb via COSM technology
    Easy operation with three classic controls for Dwell, Tone, and Mix for creating sounds from buttery warmth to sparkling twang
    Cool, retro appearance
    Road-tough BOSS metal construction

    UTILIZATION

    I have always been that snobby kind of guy who stayed away from boss pedals in general. Besides maybe the giga delay, I have never really played a boss pedal I liked very much. However, due to the curious lack of *budget* reverb pedals that seem to be on the market, I recently decided to try the Fender Reverb pedal boss offers. The first thing you realized about the frv-1 is how simple it is. I don't know about you, but 3 knobs on a reverb pedal is a relief coming from a guy who just spent a week messing with an eventide space echo. You literally get a mix, tone, and dwell control. Honestly I don't even think the tone control is all that needed. But it doesn't hurt. Boss pedals, for all my gripes about them, are pretty well made. I really wish they had switchcraft style switches or something, but beggars can't choose I suppose.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I actually have the honor of having a 68' Fender Blackface 4x10 to compare this to. So that's a plus. I'm aware this is based on a 63 fender, so I'm not going to expect it to be an exact replica or anything.

    Now let me be clear here when I say why the actual blackface reverb is better to me. The blackface has that sparkle and depth you can only get from a real reverb tank. There's just something highly organic about a 40 year old reverb unit that you will never be able to model in a pedal. It's a shame but I'm admitting it.

    Here's the good news. The boss is way clearer and less noisy. With the original blackface reverb you lose a lot of fidelity, which isn't always a bad thing, but I think the boss is less "lo-fi" in a good way sometimes if you catch my meaning.

    So for complete authenticity, I give it a 7. For getting the job done the right way, I would say an 8 or 9 is in order. It sounds good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm shocked at how good this pedal sounds. Boss is really onto something here. It's a good deal for a classic sounding reverb folks. Get on it. As far as other reverbs in this price range, I have tried most of them and this is probably the best unless you want something more wacky sounding.
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  • Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 02/15/12 at 01:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    the sound of the Fender Spring Reverb ® 1963.
    BOSS and Fender ® USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1

    COSM. typed tube reverb

    UTILIZATION

    3 settings
    - Mixer (vol reverb)
    - Dwel (length of reverb)
    - Tone

    SOUND QUALITY

    it sounds actually come from a reverb fender 63 is not quite the same but we are not far.
    I was looking for a reverb to replace the one installed on a blues junior that does not sound good.
    I tried several reverb and it's the boss who was doing the best adjustment of tone is very well done.
    Cosm system tends to mitigate a little the signal but it's not annoying because the sound does not lose quality.

    The reverb sound is full, sensual and......
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    the sound of the Fender Spring Reverb ® 1963.
    BOSS and Fender ® USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1

    COSM. typed tube reverb

    UTILIZATION

    3 settings
    - Mixer (vol reverb)
    - Dwel (length of reverb)
    - Tone

    SOUND QUALITY

    it sounds actually come from a reverb fender 63 is not quite the same but we are not far.
    I was looking for a reverb to replace the one installed on a blues junior that does not sound good.
    I tried several reverb and it's the boss who was doing the best adjustment of tone is very well done.
    Cosm system tends to mitigate a little the signal but it's not annoying because the sound does not lose quality.

    The reverb sound is full, sensual and generous, you get something sweet that does not assault the ears

    OVERALL OPINION

    it's a bit expensive in my opinion but the sound is very good, royalties obliged
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  • Blackface in a box

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 10/21/11 at 09:23
    The BOSS FRV1 is a more recent offering from the company that uses COSM amp modeling to try and recreate the iconic clean and semi gritty tones of the famed Fender Deluxe Reverb '65 amplifier. This pedal not only claims to alter the tonal structure of your sound, but it also contains within it reverb and vibrato effects too in one closer step to the original amp. It's housed in a fairly standard BOSS chassis and has controls for gain/volume, EQ adjustment, and reverb/vibrato. It's able to run off of a battery or an adaptor like nearly all modern BOSS pedals in this format.

    UTILIZATION

    Setting this pedal up for good tones is pretty simple. The interface is easy to understand and......
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    The BOSS FRV1 is a more recent offering from the company that uses COSM amp modeling to try and recreate the iconic clean and semi gritty tones of the famed Fender Deluxe Reverb '65 amplifier. This pedal not only claims to alter the tonal structure of your sound, but it also contains within it reverb and vibrato effects too in one closer step to the original amp. It's housed in a fairly standard BOSS chassis and has controls for gain/volume, EQ adjustment, and reverb/vibrato. It's able to run off of a battery or an adaptor like nearly all modern BOSS pedals in this format.

    UTILIZATION

    Setting this pedal up for good tones is pretty simple. The interface is easy to understand and navigate, and I had no issues with dialing in sounds. It's a surprising little pedal for sure. Though it'll never replace a genuine DRRI combo, it does a good job at some killer Fenderesque cleans or as a mild booster to push an overdriven amp even further. I particularly liked using it to augment the tone coming from my amplifier for a totally separate tonal colour that I could add to my palate.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Where this pedal is meant to sound like the Deluxe Reverb, it does best at taking a standard clean sound and transforming it into a quasi Fender. It has a nice natural compression that is surprising and the way the gain breaks up is fairly convincing. I particularly liked using it with a Strat for some classic funk, blues or surf textures. It goes from fairly clean to mild gain type tones which is a definite plus for versatility. The onboard reverb and vibrato sound fairly good for being emulations, and they are certainly a nice pair of extra features that bring the pedal a step closer to tonal truth.

    OVERALL OPINION

    All in all I think the BOSS FRV1 is a cool little pedal that has some classic blackface type tones on hand for not a lot of cash or space. At about $150 new these pedals are reasonably priced and have the unmistakable BOSS look at feel backing them all the way. If you want a decent "Fender in a box" you really cannot go wrong with this pedal. Definitely worth a second look for sure!
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  • It's gonna be Le....gen.....dary!!

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 07/19/11 at 13:50
    This is the third pedal of this team up between Fender and Boss pedals. This is an emulation of the 63 Reverb amp unit that looked like an amp and had some components of amps inside but was actually just a reverb pedal/amp.

    This peal is very simple and easy to control. There is three basic control to this unit. You first have the mixer control knob which allows the amount of reverb the unit will produce. Second you have a tone knob which will allow you to brighten or darken the pedal up much like the tone control knob on your guitar. Finally, you have the dwell control knob which adjusts the level of the original signal that goes to the reverb unit.

    UTILIZATION

    Specifications

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    This is the third pedal of this team up between Fender and Boss pedals. This is an emulation of the 63 Reverb amp unit that looked like an amp and had some components of amps inside but was actually just a reverb pedal/amp.

    This peal is very simple and easy to control. There is three basic control to this unit. You first have the mixer control knob which allows the amount of reverb the unit will produce. Second you have a tone knob which will allow you to brighten or darken the pedal up much like the tone control knob on your guitar. Finally, you have the dwell control knob which adjusts the level of the original signal that goes to the reverb unit.

    UTILIZATION

    Specifications

    Controls: Dwell, Mixer, Tone
    Connectors: Input, Output, AC Adaptor
    Current Draw: 37 mA (DC 9V)
    Weight: 420 g (15oz.)
    Nominal Input Level: -20dBu
    Input Impedance: 1MOhm
    Nominal Output Level: -20dBu
    Output Impedance: 1kOhm
    Recommended Load Impedance: 10kOhm or greater
    Recommended AC Adaptor: PSA Series


    SOUND QUALITY

    If you are a fan of reverb than this is a great pedal for you. I love reverb but I have analog delay pedal that i sue to give a little natural reverb to my tone. If I didn't have that this would be the next best thing in my opinion.

    The tone of this pedal is fantastic and really allows you to get a nice bluesy reverb tone reminiscent of the old records from the 60's. This would a pedal that the guys in the Beach Boys would have used if they didn't use the real deal. The tone is natural and very tube like for a pedal anyways.

    OVERALL OPINION

    At new these pedals come in at around $139. not a bad price for a great sounding reverb pedal. These pedals have a close simulation to the original units. Fender has now begun to reissue the actual amps now and they run about $650. So this would be a nice alternative if you didn't want to spend that much money. However if you have ever heard the real deal I don't think you would let yourself buy this pedal You would probably save up for the tube driven reverb. It is fantastic!!!
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  • Anonymous

    Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender ReverbPublished on 02/16/10 at 14:41
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    Reverb LIF-1 Legends series, emulating the sounds of the Fender 63 Reverb Tank with COSM technology and offers the same controls, Mixer that supports level of effect, Dwell for its intensity and tone for the color of the reverb.
    Case type Boss, 9V battery and PSU.

    UTILIZATION

    Qd I even read the manual to be on the role of knob Dwell because it affects the decay, (the length of reverb) but also on its volume and intensity.
    You have to make sharp adjustments to get the desired sound and the management of Mix-Dwell requires some tact to give the best signal-to-end.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I have not tried Reverb Tank Fender original, I can not compare even if on paper they are not......
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    Reverb LIF-1 Legends series, emulating the sounds of the Fender 63 Reverb Tank with COSM technology and offers the same controls, Mixer that supports level of effect, Dwell for its intensity and tone for the color of the reverb.
    Case type Boss, 9V battery and PSU.

    UTILIZATION

    Qd I even read the manual to be on the role of knob Dwell because it affects the decay, (the length of reverb) but also on its volume and intensity.
    You have to make sharp adjustments to get the desired sound and the management of Mix-Dwell requires some tact to give the best signal-to-end.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I have not tried Reverb Tank Fender original, I can not compare even if on paper they are not comparable in any way anything that given the design but the result of modulation MSOC can do wonders. ..
    In any case it gives direct reverb surf with a beautiful drip, very convincing, Metallica wish with a decay more or less long knob thanks to Dwell, the demos that I could see are very loyal.
    But!
    She also knows how to bcp softer and there it was my big surprise.
    All played on the tone. At the mini, the rehearsals are very dark like a Hall reverb but with a particular decay. By increasing the color tone is becoming more and you get to the big Spring Reverb Fender well.
    This pedal in any case does not déivre its cathedral, but this is not what we asked.
    It does not distort the signal and this one does not lose volume if you want a very noticeable effect, there or else as the Holy Grail exellente drown the sound a bit intense for a spring.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was looking for convincing spring reverb type 60's, mission accomplished! I earn more versatility that I had no idea what also makes more room reverb easy to mix for rhythm and blues others, all at a price not too bad, bravo.
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