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Neunaber Technology Wet Reverb V2b
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Neunaber Technology Wet Reverb V2b

Reverb for Guitar from Neunaber Technology belonging to the Wet Reverb series.

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Fantastic auditorium style reverb

Neunaber Technology Wet Reverb V2bPublished on 04/28/11 at 23:42
- Controls for mix and depth

- High impedance

- Switchable true/buffered bypass (internal)

- Analog dry signal

- Solid construction, high quality parts

- Powered by 9v battery of boss style 9v (-) adapter

- Original digital algorithm

UTILIZATION

This pedal achieves the holy grail of simplicity and versatility in one small enclosure. While the only controls it features are mix and depth, they are surprising powerful. As such, it is incredibly easy to dial in.

A really nice touch is the inclusion of both true and buffered bypass, as it appeals to advocates of both.

The adapter input clicks reassuringly, something I've never seen in a pedal before, and the bright white LED dims...…
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- Controls for mix and depth

- High impedance

- Switchable true/buffered bypass (internal)

- Analog dry signal

- Solid construction, high quality parts

- Powered by 9v battery of boss style 9v (-) adapter

- Original digital algorithm

UTILIZATION

This pedal achieves the holy grail of simplicity and versatility in one small enclosure. While the only controls it features are mix and depth, they are surprising powerful. As such, it is incredibly easy to dial in.

A really nice touch is the inclusion of both true and buffered bypass, as it appeals to advocates of both.

The adapter input clicks reassuringly, something I've never seen in a pedal before, and the bright white LED dims as the batter loses power.

Seems very well built, I never had any issues with it whatsoever.

SOUND QUALITY

Really just a great sounding auditorium style reverb. Excellent for any type of atmospheric playing.

The mix knob can be used to dial in a 100% wet signal, a feature not found on very many pedals. The depth knob can be used to extend the reverb infinitely, creating a very musical lingering soundscape, easily my favorite feature, and something I've never seen before. The pedal uses a new, unique, digital reverb algorithm, and doesn't sound quite like anything else. Definitely NOT your standard spring reverb.

OVERALL OPINION

Definitely one of the better reverb pedals that I've had the pleasure of using. It isn't as feature laden as something like the Strymon Blue Sky, but a lot easier to use and sounds absolutely fantastic. I did end up trading it for a more traditional spring style reverb as that is more what I was looking for, but I definitely do miss the full depth setting.

If you are looking for something to add a lot of atmosphere to your playing, this is probably it. At $200 new, it is definitely worth it. I'll probably be picking up another one of these in the near future.
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  • Manufacturer: Neunaber Technology
  • Model: Wet Reverb V2b
  • Series: Wet Reverb
  • Category: Reverbs for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 07/21/2017

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Other names: wetreverbv2b, wet reverb v 2b, wet reverb v2 b, wetreverbv2 b

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