If you are looking for a great reverb pedal but are a little concerned about spending too much money, these are some great options. It goes to show that you don’t need to break the bank in order to get great reverb tone!
Behringer is a renowned manufacturer known to produce some of the most affordable yet high-quality guitar effects. For some time now, I have been contemplating on trying out their DR600 effects pedal and it is only a few weeks ago that I got the chance to do so. Here are the features and benefits of the Behringer DR600 Digital Reverb Digital Stereo Reverb Effects Pedal.
The DR600 is housed in a standard Behringer plastic casing and design. This type of casing is something you will notice in most pedals manufactured by Behringer and is also part of the reason why their products are affordable. This pedal has a classic large on/off stomp button, a status LED, and two In and Out jacks. The DR600 also features a top-level circuitry and an impressive array of surprisingly advanced components. The only drawback to this pedal as you might have guessed is the plastic casing, which obviously cannot bear with heavy stomping and use that other pedals with sturdy metal casings can.
When it comes to controls, the DR600 Digital Reverb pedal has four knobs. These control knobs are Mode, Time, Tone, and Level. The Mode knob selects a specific type of reverb (Modulate, Room, Gate, Hall, Plate, and Spring) that you will be using. Time controls the length of the reverb or echo. Tone adjusts the brightness of the reverb effect, and Level determines the volume of the reverb effect.
Performance wise, this pedal impressed me a lot as it is at par with pedals costing double its price. The quality of the audio is crystal clear, and the control knobs are self-explanatory and easy to use.
Overall, the DR600 Digital Reverb is a great pedal and you should consider buying it.
I love using guitar reverb pedals. The really good ones provide you with a wide range of special effects and the really great ones with varied fx as well as impressive sound. The Caline USA CP-26 Snake Bite Reverb Guitar Effects pedal belongs to the latter – a wide range of fx and control over the same as well as producing really impressive sound. I absolutely love this guitar pedal. This is one of the best guitar pedals available especially at this price point. The Caline USA CP-26 Snake Bite Reverb Guitar Effects pedal is definitely value for money.
In addition to the amazing price point and equally pleasant sound, some of my Caline USA CP-26 Snake Bite Reverb Guitar Effects pedal’s best features includes the durable, sturdy build. The Caline USA CP-26 Snake Bite Reverb Guitar Effects pedal is a metal box, complete with durable sturdy knobs. In terms of size, this guitar pedal is not too small and compact. Neither is it too large and bulky. Instead, the size is a happy medium – portable and light enough without feeling like I’m using a toy and not a really a professional guitar player.
Due in large part to the variety of fx offered and the near perfect sound it produces, the Caline USA CP-26 Snake Bite Reverb Guitar Effects pedal’s smooth sound is great for both recording and performance alike. It does have a bit of a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, this guitar pedal is awesome sauce.
The Biyang RV-10 3-mode Stereo Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal Stereo-designed TRI Reverb is a powerful and easy to use reverb pedal. This pedal comes loaded with three reverb types. These reverbs are Room, Spring, and Hall. I recently got to try out this pedal and here is my review.
As I mentioned above, the Biyang RV-10 is a very easy to use pedal. All you need to do is plug it into your amp or guitar, switch it on, and voila, you are good to go. You can then select the reverb type you want to use in your performance, then select the blend of wet or dry you want your tone to have, and the depth or time of the reverb you want. This pedal has a pretty good dialed-in tone that you can use to balance and fine tune your sound instead of using an EQ. The pedal also has an A/B mode switch that you can use to work on your tone further.
When it comes to sound, each of the pedal’s reverb types delivers a nice usable reverb sound especially on the “B” setting. In a chain, the Biyang RV-10 plays nice and is quiet with no artefacts or unwanted noise. The Spring reverb offers a different flavor from the Hall or the Room reverbs and is also not overly springy, which makes it quite good. The Room reverb has much less depth than Hall reverb, but both of them sound nearly the same. Overall, all the reverbs are smooth and clean and blend well with your tone to give it more thickness and depth.
The Biyang RV-10 is a simple, straightforward, and nice sounding reverb and I would highly recommend it to you.
If you are like me, your pedal board is probably already filled to the brim with pedals. That doesn’t mean that you aren’t always looking for a new reverb pedal, though. The Donner True Bypass Surge Rotater Reverb Effect Guitar Pedal is the perfect choice for guitarists that play in a live setting. It is small enough to be practical while still providing the player a lot of tonal options. You will love it even more when you see the low price.
There are three different types of reverb on this pedal; spring, room, and plate. Each of them is equally powerful. I found that the spring reverb did a great job of emulating the sound you get from a Fender tube amplifier.
There are three different parameters that you can use to edit each version of the reverb sound. The two most important are the reverb and decay. The reverb knob decides how much of the reverb signal will be mixed in with the dry signal. The decay knob indicates how long the reverb will last. It can almost serve as a delay effect if used that way. Finally, the tone knob adjusts the frequency range of the reverb effect.
Play a lot of dark rooms while you are on tour? Don’t worry. The pedal comes with LED lights that indicate which mode you are in. This makes it easy to toggle with your foot while you are playing on stage.