unnbrokenchain wrote:I have a 1972 bandmaster with a spring reverb. What I'm looking for is a pure digital sounding reverb and delay to use not all the time, but for solos. I'd like to get the sounds he used to get for the solos in the later Terrapins, knockin' on Heavens door and stuff like that where it was a mix of both the delay unit and digital unit. The spring reverb I use for my main channel 100 percent of the time.
well check out that pedal anyway, there are other reverbs on it. modulated is the first one that pops in my head. I got it because i was using an amp that didn't have a reverb in it. so i wanted a good spring one.
here are the reverb types
* Room – Fast decaying reverb; great for a touch of ambience
* Plate – Renowned studio reverb heard on classic recordings
* Reverse – Reverb in reverse; gradually crescendos to full volume
* Modulated – Lush, modulating, reverb ideal for chords
* Gated – Unique reverb with abrupt decay; good for percussive playing
* Hall – Large, encompassing reverb with warm decay
* Spring – Classic “surf” reverb; great for Rockabilly too!
you could easily find a youtube on it. Just figured since it is using the reverb licensed from lexicon it might be a good fit