Reverb for an Acoustic

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  • #5398
    Erich Schlender
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    I’m looking for a new reverb pedal that gives a quality basic hall, room reverb. I’m not really looking for any “shimmer” or extreme modulation, or a pedal that has 473 different reverb variations. I just want to take the fairly dry acoustic sound out of my ToneDexter and give it some more natural sounding reverb, but want to avoid a new rabbit hole. Right now, I’ve got a Earthquake Devices Dispatch Master Reverb/Delay pedal. It’s a really cool little pedal that’s very simple to operate and get great results. But it has a little more modulation, and “shimmer” than I’d prefer…

    Any good recommendations out there for solid basic reverb pedal for acoustic violin?

    #5610
    Jacob Szekely
    Keymaster

    Yeah that’s a very colored pedal although it sounds great!

    If you don’t have a huge budget or a ton of space on your board the new hall of fame mini is a total no brainer and especially nails room tones. I tend to use more plate as it cuts through the mix more. You can also pickup cheaper older models of the mini and full size for insanely cheap.

    #5611
    Keith Johnson
    Participant

    That goes double for me! I will post my rig soon, but have the old hall of fame mini… really excellent, although I would recommend the Boss RV pedals as well.

    #15695
    Kent Graber
    Participant

    I also use a Hall of Fame mini paired with a red-eye preamp https://www.fire-eye.com/red-eye-1, which go through a yamaha mixer into a QSC k10.2. I play in an outlaw country cover band and have to compete with rhythm guitar playing through a Fender Twin. I’ve been searching for an authentic fiddle sound at loud volumes for a good 20 years.

    Currently I have my eye on a Tone Dexter.

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by Kent Graber.
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