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Other Bass Effect from EBS belonging to the Black Label series

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  • Loic J.Loic J.

    very good reverb

    EBS DynaVerbPublished on 12/16/13 at 16:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Digital Reverb low a priori but which is very suitable for guitar, etc. ...

    - 2 knobs - reverb (mix) and tone (which is only the effect, not the guitar sound)
    - 1 switch to select the type of reverb - Hall, Plate and Room.
    - 1 switch to combine the type of reverb with 3 different intensities (A, B or C).

    So we have 8 possible reverbs at all (for Hall, C is identical to B.)

    No 'Trails' (the net effect when cutting bypasses the pedal)

    + 1 internal switch (I have not tested) to the pedal in series or parallel.
    2 inputs + 2 outputs for stereo
    true bypass
    9volt DC. battery or AC. 80ma. 1SPOT, VL Power2plus, etc., will be fine.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to book, you cho…
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    Digital Reverb low a priori but which is very suitable for guitar, etc. ...

    - 2 knobs - reverb (mix) and tone (which is only the effect, not the guitar sound)
    - 1 switch to select the type of reverb - Hall, Plate and Room.
    - 1 switch to combine the type of reverb with 3 different intensities (A, B or C).

    So we have 8 possible reverbs at all (for Hall, C is identical to B.)

    No 'Trails' (the net effect when cutting bypasses the pedal)

    + 1 internal switch (I have not tested) to the pedal in series or parallel.
    2 inputs + 2 outputs for stereo
    true bypass
    9volt DC. battery or AC. 80ma. 1SPOT, VL Power2plus, etc., will be fine.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to book, you choose the type of reverb, A, B or C, both knobs are adjusted. it's ok.

    The possibilities are pretty standard and simple. All functions are reactive, nothing seems superfluous.

    One can find a good sound quickly without much break the head or get further and get something thin. good potential.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use it with an electric guitar. I was looking for a pedal with a tone setting and a slightly cleaner than my old Holy Grail without being too 'studio' and with good manufacturing quality effect. For that, it is nickel!

    When I tested this EBS, I immediately liked the overall color effect, very responsive and musical.

    No Spring reverb, no sound or vintage fenderien, no infinite reverb'' 'either, or decay similar to the Neunaber Wet.
    It is perfect to add a little ambiance to create a plan but for more radical without losing the sound of the guitar.
    I have not yet used in concert. we'll see.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a week. I tested before the Strymon Flint, Neunaber Wet stereo, Trex Roommate junior and TC electronic Hall of Fame.

    I wanted to upgrade after a few years my Holy Grail, which is not too bad but a bit lousy (problem switch, reverb that kills the sound of the guitar, needless Flerb).

    No noise or hums. When the knobs mix is ​​zero, no significant change in its relation to the effect bypassed. It is important to me because my DR Z Maz 18 made me hear everything. I became fussy it.

    on the other hand, € 200, I find it a bit pricey for the made in china. I would have liked to test the Tech 21 Boost Rvb too. Otherwise, yes, I probably do this choice.
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  • vincislexvincislex

    Bof Bof!

    EBS DynaVerbPublished on 05/04/11 at 02:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    3 types of reverb (Hall, Plate, Room)
    3 settings revert (A, B, C)
    A knob Reverb
    A knob tone

    Stereo input and output

    9V DC power supply

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing is more simple: a few buttons and knobs ... It is faster around the owner.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Despite the 215 € announced ... I have not fallen into ecstasy with this reverb.

    Tried with a Takamine acoustic amp sound ... The reverb sound is really good, you can be satisfied. Crystalline, precise ... BUT

    I tried quickly to the store ...
    In quibble different settings, there is no real difference in sound ...

    Yes means is a difference between "Plate", "Room" and "hall" ... Reverb and knob that mixes the…
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    3 types of reverb (Hall, Plate, Room)
    3 settings revert (A, B, C)
    A knob Reverb
    A knob tone

    Stereo input and output

    9V DC power supply

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing is more simple: a few buttons and knobs ... It is faster around the owner.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Despite the 215 € announced ... I have not fallen into ecstasy with this reverb.

    Tried with a Takamine acoustic amp sound ... The reverb sound is really good, you can be satisfied. Crystalline, precise ... BUT

    I tried quickly to the store ...
    In quibble different settings, there is no real difference in sound ...

    Yes means is a difference between "Plate", "Room" and "hall" ... Reverb and knob that mixes the rate or the length of the reverb. I have not had the manual in hand ...

    The knob "Tone" is harmless. Whether the extreme left or extreme right with all possible combinations "solo" or "rhythm" ... I have heard nothing as difference.

    Ditto for banks A, B, C. It is not obvious on first listen.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So, for 215 € I have not felt to have a high quality product. The sound is good but the settings a bit anecdotal, I think ...

    So I do not buy this pedal ... And look forward to testing the TC-Electronic or Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail ...

    I did not put odds since I tried it quickly.
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