Harp reverb pedal

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Harp reverb pedal

Postby barbequebob » Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:37 pm

Is anything planned towards a digital reverb pedal or even a combined reverb/delay pedal?? All of the reverb pedals on the market, if they have a spring reverb setting, are almost all based on the sound of the '63 Fender outboard reverb unit, but none of them are based on the Premier 90, which is a much deeper, darker reverb (the Fender ones when cranked all the way up, on a Premier 90, that's just barely 1/4 of the way up), and this is the only outboard reverb unit ever made that got the reverb sound that was used on the session Little Walter recorded that produced Sad Hours/Mean Old world/Boogie/Blue Midnight. I'd really to see something like this happening. There is a reverb/delay pedal I believe made by Muza that has seperate controls for both delay and reverb that has not just digital, but analog delay as well as spring reverb. Any info, I'd appreciate it.

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Re: Harp reverb pedal

Postby Haggis » Tue Sep 18, 2012 9:43 am

I just got the TC electronic 'hall of fame' reverb and I'm really happy with it. It has any type of reverb you could ever want and it doesn't colour your dry sound at all. Also it has a tone control so if you want that darker sound you can get it. The best guitarists in the world are rating the spring sounds as the best they've heard from a pedal. I've found it is harp friendly-at least with my rig. Worth checking out. Hope this helps.
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Re: Harp reverb pedal

Postby tetonjohn » Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:53 pm

Not sure that this pedal meets your sonic needs, but interesting possibility. Real spring; not tube driven. Has a wet and dry output for amps with 2 mixable channels. They also make a "sole mate" for single channel amps.
http://vanamps.com/products/reverbamate/
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