What amp/head are you looking to pair this up with???
Ever consider a Peavey ValVerb???
It is absolutely wonderful!!!
It integrates reverb via a parallel signal with a wet/dry mix. It gives a studio type of reverb which can't be beat, IMO!
try running it in the trios parallel effects loop. reverb should always be on and ran last, either before the preamp or preferably in parallel with the preamp. in the onboard effects loop and you are turning it on and off with the effects loop/gcx. i would believe if you are going for a jerry'esque tone, then you will need a good amount of reverb when clean and uneffected also.BayAreaBB wrote:I have one that I am currently not using, but I don't think I could part with it given its scarcity. But if I can't get it to work well with my set-up, then maybe.
On that note, I cannot get it to work well within my GCX, or post loop as well (outside of the last loop but prior to the ring going back to the j-box). I'm trying to use it with my GCX, Trio and MC2300; with on-board fx loop on my Bolt. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Barely She's getting a setup tonight and slight adjustments. I'll miss her. Actually I'll be w/o 2 of 3 of my gits until the weekend.High Peaks wrote:Nice looking guitar btw. Have you slept since you got it?
BayAreaBB wrote: I've tried ruuning it in my Trio's effects loop but no sound: send to the Tube's input (line or instrument?) and return to the mono return on the Trio, with the the loop turned all the way up (pre-eff at 100% eff). See anything wrong with this?
trios effects send >>to>> 921 Line Level InputBayAreaBB wrote:Waldo -
I've tried ruuning it in my Trio's effects loop but no sound: send to the Tube's input (line or instrument?) and return to the mono return on the Trio, with the the loop turned all the way up (pre-eff at 100% eff). See anything wrong with this?
Before I bought my '68 Dual Showman Reverb Amp, I would have characterized my '85 MkIII's reverb as "decent"; now, Id say "barely adequate". Basically, you have to crank it to 10 to get a moderate wet feeling (that's right I said "wet feeling") , and that's AFTER fiddling around with many different 12ax7/at7/au7 combinations in V3 & V4... however the weak effect that is there sounds good. In contrast the DSR's reverb set at about 3 is roughly equivalent to the MkIII's at 10. I usually have it at about 5. The MkIII's still a pretty great amp imo, served me well for about 12 years, survived crashes, falls, even recovered from theft!High Peaks wrote:3.) Mesa mark 3 head( The reverb on it is shit. Is this common for this amp??)