Originally Posted by crossroader
Take the "Reverb Input" line, unplug it from the back and plug it into the Channel 1 input (you'll need a RCA-to-1/4" plug converter or cable). The Channel 1 volume and tone controls will now allow you to "shape" the reverb signal, along with the REVERB knob.
This setup not only gives you the ability to change the tone of the reverb signal, but also gives you a more gradual change in the level and intensity of the reverb.
Tried this today, not satisfied, so I thought I could share some concerns.
First of all, it makes the reverb non footswitchable. Thats what turned me off. If you don't need that, it's a great "mod".
The reverb knob had no effect on the reverb. I was hoping that it would act as a reverb send, and the channel volume as a reverb return, but no.
What rocked about it, was the tone control. Lets you dial in the perfect reverb tone, without altering the guitar tone.
I'd say that if you don't need a footswitchable reverb, then go for it!