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Re: Reverb Units

well, bein a surfzoid looper kinda guy, my reverb is very critical for the
sound i am after and for live rig i use the inexpensive <lexicon reflex> 
all my reverb patches. it has a footswitch(bypass) and is stereo(altho, 
the jamman i think the stereo ins are combined to mono internally) i use
mono in and out and it saves me from haulin my big spring,tube reverbs
wotsa repetitive kickback? sounds like its against the law to me...maybe a

>From: "insect politics" <skincage@libertybay.com>
>To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>Subject: Re: Reverb Units
>Date: Sun, Mar 11, 2001, 1:45 PM

>Well, I am pretty fond of my nanoverb, I believe it has  footswitch jack 
>I don't have a footswitch so i can't tell you how responsive it is. You 
>find them for less than a hundred new if you look around. There's 
>16 presets with controls for the in, mix, out, and effect amount, so it 
>not be as complex as you are after, but hey, it's stereo. Plus the plate
>presets create semi loops by themselves. I'd say it's definitely worth the
>money, but I am not sure what you mean by repetitive kickback.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Stephen Bradley and Kristen Chamberlin <chambrad@valinet.com>
>To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2001 3:38 PM
>Subject: Reverb Units
>> Hi.  Can anyone recommend an inexpensive and yet good reverb unit that 
>> be controlled (on / off) with a footswitch, and which produces a smooth
>> quality reverb up to and including "concert hall" level, without the
>> repetetive kickback that some units produce?
>> Thanks,
>> stephen