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  • Lexicon PCM 70

    Lexicon PCM 70 - "Best Ever"


    The sound quality is the best reverb on the market even by todays standards. I have used a strymon big sky and multiple reverb pedals, and reverb racks ( FX500 yamaha, ALESIS MIDIVERB 2, ALESIS Quadraverb ( original, and 2.0 version with resonaters, …

  • Alesis QuadraVerb

    Alesis QuadraVerb - "amazing rack for the money"


    This rack is wonderful, I would recommend always using an FX loop with this, or a Main In. I run this quadraverb PLUS with my strymon timeline into the fx loop of my AXE FX 2, it sounds amazing. through an amp it'd sound good but it'd be way better w…

  • Lexicon 224

    Lexicon 224 - "It's so wonderful!"


    One of the first digital reverbs. 12bit converter. Sounds can be edited with the remote, it has no DAW support, obviously! XLR connection No MIDI :) UTILIZATION Extremely easy and intuitive configuration. SOUND QUALITY The reverbs of the 224 …

  • Masterroom stereo spring reverb

    Masterroom stereo spring reverb - "If eyou can find one BUY IT!" has images


    Spring reverb with 3 band EQ for the reverb effect.Gives you lots of precise control. UTILIZATION Simple controls, connections. Easy to use and set up. SOUND QUALITY Great analog reverb. I use it on acoustic guitar, vocals and woodwinds. OVERAL…

  • Alesis Nanoverb 2

    Alesis Nanoverb 2 - "250 + effects"


    I have been using the Alesis Nanoverb for a few months now after purchasing it for under 100 dollars. You will get way more than your money’s worth with this unit. It has over 250 effects (reverb, and delay’s). It is a very small unit that can be tak…

  • Alesis QuadraVerb II

    Alesis QuadraVerb II - "Complicated possibilities "


    This unit works both in analog (1/4" jack) and digital (ADAT). You get MIDI comparability in regards to switching between presets along with on the fly changes. When using it, in the digital domain, you need to use the word clock 48kHz input, in orde…

  • Alesis MicroVerb

    Alesis MicroVerb - "good but no longer need it"


    The Alesis Micro Verb is a compact digital reverb unit, it is not rack able. It has 1/4 inch inputs and outputs in the back as well as a 1/4 inch output in the front of it for a foot switch. UTILIZATION The configuration of the Micro Verb is pre…

  • Alesis MicroVerb 4

    Alesis MicroVerb 4 - "strong unit that you need in your rack"


    The Alessis Microverb 4 is a digital reverb unit in the form of a rackable piece of outboard gear. It will take up two rack spaces and I believe it has both 1/4 inch and XLR connections, but I'm not 100% sure - I use this in a studio where the Microv…

  • Lexicon PCM 60

    Lexicon PCM 60 - "A very basic oldie but goodie"


    The Lexicon PCM 60 is a 16-bit mono in/"stereo" out digital reverbration unit dating to the mid-1980s. The unit is a dead-simple bare bones affair, with only two main programs: Plate and Room. For either program, there are two banks of four add…

  • Furman RV-1 Reverberation System

    Furman RV-1 Reverberation System - moosers's review


    The Furman RV-1 Reverberation System is a true analog spring reverb. I don't know what year this one was made, but it's certainly on the older side. I really didn't know that Furman made this kind of gear at any point until I used the RV-1 as they'…