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  1. #1

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    Of Reverb and Subsequent Pedals.

    Hey dudes, I have been thinking that I would like a reverb pedal for a while now. What would ye recommend?

    I would initially be primarily inclined to use this hypothetical pedal in conjunction with a microphone, I guess, for such activities as bad clean singing, unholy shrieking, and also some shitty attempt at nylon-string-acoustic vvitchkraft. Gonna record me some comprehensive collection of songs.

    Longer term (and probably more importantly) it'd just be via whatever normal guitar, in conjunction with my only other pedal which is an analog delay, thru my ENGL e650.

    I guess in conclusion what I'm after is a solid reliable pedal with a really clean sound.

    Feel free to link examples and stuff or anything relevant ov interest.


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    What price range are you thinking? The TC Hall of Fame and Hall of Fame Mini are great and very tweakable through custom TonePrints, but I do really like my Strymon Bluesky (which is at the other end of the price range).
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    Join Date: Oct 2012
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    I guess I don't mind about price. I wouldn't expect it -with the qualities I think I'm after- to go particularly high in that department. I'll check those out now, thanks!

    So long as it's nothing too fiddly. Solid, clear sound, good to plug-in-and-go

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    I had a BlueSky, and it was the best reverb I've ever used. That thing is incredible.

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    Another bluesky owner here. They're more affordable used as well.
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    For something straight to the point, you can't go wrong with the TC Hall Of Fame, standard or mini. I also recommend the Neunaber Wet or Seraphim Reverbs. The former for classic verb and the latter towards the more over the top ambience. Otherwise if you're willing to fork out more coin, and thinking as a long term investment, then yes the Strymon BlueSky is really hard to beat.

    BigSky owner here.

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    Blue Sky, Big Sky, or HoF on the cheaper end. The new Boss RV-6 isn't bad, but I think I'd still go for the TC, in that price range.
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    Eventide H9 if you want to mix it up.

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