Reverb pedal

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  1. Matt Sarad

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    I have it and love it. It gives my Tele and Tweed Deluxes that extra bit of mojo.
     
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    I don't have a picture, but I've found TDPRIers
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    My masssive pedal board:

    Topanga
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    Pedal Power ISO 5
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    Mojotone 5f11 tweed vibrolux
    Gibson Les Paul doublecut, faded (2004)
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  3. JuneauMike

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    I'd be willing to bet that Keeley has something that fits the bill. He's got about a million reverb pedals on the market right now.
     
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  4. Hoodster

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    I've been on a 20 year reverb pedal search and finally recently ended up with something I'm happy with, the Fender Tre-Verb. It has three flavors of reverb, including a ridiculously good spring reverb tank emulation. As a bonus there are three flavors of tremolo, and I have found the bias tremolo to be among the best I have ever heard. I seriously like it better than the onboard tremolo in a Princeton reverb. I leave it on all the time now.

    I forget what they cost new but I paid $189 overstock, new, including shipping on eBay.
     
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  6. Tube Life

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    I agree, Fender really knocked it outta the park with that new line of pedals. I have their Marine Layer (not spring reverb) reverb pedal and it does plates and hall very well.
     
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    I’ve had a Mr Springgy for a long time now. It’s simple and enough wetness without drowning anything
     
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  8. mugen74

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    Yep. That was my exact experience with that pedal. Exact. I can’t believe the price people pay for them now.

    jh
     
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  9. Ben Harmless

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    +1 on that. It was just abrasive. I think it might work if someone is playing 100% squeaky clean, but otherwise it just isn't for me. I also couldn't get anything subtle with it. I personally don't understand the following.

    I actually want to try the Topanga, but haven't. I do want to put in a plug for the Earthquaker 'verbs. I just got a Ghost Echo, which sounds amazing in its voicing, even if it's just a Belton Brick and the delay doesn't fully replicate a drip. I also have an Earthquaker Dispatch Master, which has the best modulated plate that my ears have experienced, and you can dial in a little delay to get some of that faux-drip. I ALSO have a Avalanche Run, but that's over the top and really a pedal you kind of have to write songs around and feature as an instrument...

    But yeah. I love both my Ghost Echo and Dispatch Master. Again, not perfect spring, but the Ghost Echo very much gets the vibe, and just sounds fantastic to me.
     
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    If I didn't have a Topanga I'd get a Ghost Echo. My first Earthquaker pedal was an Afterneath, and that thing is SUPER cool, it just unfortunately is really hard to find a use for so I sold it. The Dispatch Master is great, if I were a full time gigging guitarist I'd probably get one just to have a simplified smaller board for certain gigs.
     
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