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EHX Cathedral Stereo Reverb Pedal Review

The  pedal gives you all the options you could want to find that perfect reverberated sound. With eight different reverb settings, customizations for each setting, and even a preset-loading function, you can bet that you’ll be able to dial in the reverb that fits your guitar playing

TC Electronics TonePrint Hall of Fame Reverb Pedal Review

The  packs all the reverb options you could possibly want into one small, sturdy pedal. From slightly sweetened tone to huge, stadium-like echoes, you can find the setting you want in its myriad of in-pedal options or the TonePrints available online. With the plethora of options available

Boss FRV-1 ’63 Fender Reverb Pedal Review

The  (that’s a mouthful, so we’ll call it the FRV-1 from here on) is a solidly constructed digital model of the spring reverb found in old Fender amps. To get one of the actual spring reverb tanks from those amps, you’d have to pay a lot of

Wampler Faux Spring Reverb Pedal Review

The  is a straightforward effects pedal that does exactly what it says in the name: it emulates a spring reverb effect. Many older amps (and some newer ones) had spring reverb tanks built into them to help soften and sweeten the incoming signal from the guitar. These

Digitech RV-7 Hardwire Stereo Reverb Pedal Review

The  is a pretty decent digital reverb pedal. For its compact size, it has a good selection of effects that work well in conjunction with other effects so as not to muddy your tone. Features: Lexicon Reverb Types – This reverb pedal has a great selection of