Australian manufacturer Durham Electronics introduces the Reddverb guitar preamp and reverb stompbox.
Primarily designed for Redd Volkaert, the Reddverb offers a digital reverb effect that you can control with the help of three knobs. Be careful for the controls don’t have a conventional location, the footswich for instance is replaced with a large dry/wet mix knob, and the bypass is now a mini switch located on the upper front part.
On the upper side, you’ll find the Dwell knob that increases the mixed signal intensity, and a gain knob with which you can boost the signal up to 250%. Durham adds that the sound stays clean until 100% and becomes really dirty past 150%.
The Reddverb is entirely hand built and wired, it requires a 9V DC power supply (not provided).
Price : $219
You can listen to a demo at www.durhamelectronics.com.
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