Just sharing... It might have something to do with my Asbergers and how my sensory system works, but I've always loathed reverb. In my experience with spring chambers and digital reverbs over the years it has simply been pointless non-musical noise that gets in the way of the actual musical note. Drummers who use cymbals a lot do the same imo. Just unnecessary noise. Surf music reverb was always fun, but that's mostly because of the association with the surf vibe. So over the years I would use a little bit of echo or delay instead and ignored it. However, my main amp now is a Roland JC22. I've had it 6 months or so and just yesterday I touched the reverb knob for the first time and... ...magic. Unlike the toneless clanging I expected it's actually the note played drawn out almost like an echo, much like in a big hall or stairwell. So now it's always on at 3 or 4. Seems you can teach old dogs new tricks afterall.