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Boss RRV-10 Digital Reverb
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Reverb from Boss belonging to the Micro Rack series.

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  • delayedbisdelayedbis

    the character

    Boss RRV-10 Digital ReverbPublished on 02/23/13 at 19:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Japanese 12-bit technology
    1/3 rack, the rest of the series is generally of good quality (construction and sound quality)
    pseudo-stereo

    UTILIZATION

    Purchased early for an amp without reverb, nice but nothing more, given the sound I'm looking for (halls).
    As it was eventually overlap with my 24-bit reverb pedal, connected in series, I sold it to a friend who uses it with gear and filters analos mono synth, the result is very convincing. It changes all the plug, but some of course, that promise wonders about their products, not to mention the multi digital effects midrange bland in terms of delay and reverb, specifically.

    Intuitive, dosed at will, not easy to find (usually…
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    Japanese 12-bit technology
    1/3 rack, the rest of the series is generally of good quality (construction and sound quality)
    pseudo-stereo

    UTILIZATION

    Purchased early for an amp without reverb, nice but nothing more, given the sound I'm looking for (halls).
    As it was eventually overlap with my 24-bit reverb pedal, connected in series, I sold it to a friend who uses it with gear and filters analos mono synth, the result is very convincing. It changes all the plug, but some of course, that promise wonders about their products, not to mention the multi digital effects midrange bland in terms of delay and reverb, specifically.

    Intuitive, dosed at will, not easy to find (usually 100 euros)
    Some knobs for a dense and present its not too assaulted eardrums for the price.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Unrealistic effects, this is not a Altiverb. It is very concise, no metal, decried as the other reviews. For six strings there are now much better. For the rest, without experiencing complex.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Use for two months
    Test a dozen pedals and racks all brands, almost.
    Format discreet, practical, intuitive and not breathing, that you ask? at that price?
    A repurchase happy to vary other bikes.
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  • choquettechoquette

    metal too!

    Boss RRV-10 Digital ReverbPublished on 06/27/10 at 10:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)

    different algorithms are: Hall 1 & 2, ROOM 1 & 2, Plate 1 & 2, MULTI TAP DELAY 1 & 2 and GATE REVERB (not terrible)



    UTILIZATION

    simplissime 1 button to select the algorithm 1 button to set the time and a button equalizer, volume dry wet separated

    SOUND QUALITY

    classic reverb time for the boss is pretty much the same thing in my ME-5 Does it suffers the same problem as soon as we shorten the time to really reverb (actually 1-2 seconds c ' is already the least) the sound becomes very metallic and an equalizer to knob bass / treble controls do not change much.
    discouraged on the drums but then if it goes no further

    OVERALL OPINION

    ultimately if you are look…
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    different algorithms are: Hall 1 & 2, ROOM 1 & 2, Plate 1 & 2, MULTI TAP DELAY 1 & 2 and GATE REVERB (not terrible)



    UTILIZATION

    simplissime 1 button to select the algorithm 1 button to set the time and a button equalizer, volume dry wet separated

    SOUND QUALITY

    classic reverb time for the boss is pretty much the same thing in my ME-5 Does it suffers the same problem as soon as we shorten the time to really reverb (actually 1-2 seconds c ' is already the least) the sound becomes very metallic and an equalizer to knob bass / treble controls do not change much.
    discouraged on the drums but then if it goes no further

    OVERALL OPINION

    ultimately if you are looking for a vintage reverb roland take a DEP-5 (I 3) or SRV-2000
    if not in this mini series rack flanger and phaser are the killings and the compressor is ok about the delay it is better to take the rack version 1u
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