Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...



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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby Ryan » Thu Oct 23, 2014 12:49 am

That's totally awesome, J, thanks for sharing that story! Made my night! *smile* I'm totally surprised that works for you too, I'd expect that's a recipe for sure.. you must have a really nice clean electrical system. Epic Daisy Chain right there, very cool!
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby benjuro » Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:52 am

FINALLY got a Reverberator...no 1Spot noise or need to trouble shoot, just luscious depth and jaw-dropping power :thumb:

Brilliant sounding pedal, folks. Wish I'd pulled the trigger long ago!
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby Timm Grimm » Sat Feb 14, 2015 7:00 pm

benjuro wrote:FINALLY got a Reverberator...no 1Spot noise or need to trouble shoot, just luscious depth and jaw-dropping power :thumb:

Brilliant sounding pedal, folks. Wish I'd pulled the trigger long ago!

I can't wait for mine to get here.
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby Ryan » Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:05 pm

benjuro wrote:FINALLY got a Reverberator...no 1Spot noise or need to trouble shoot, just luscious depth and jaw-dropping power :thumb:

Brilliant sounding pedal, folks. Wish I'd pulled the trigger long ago!


Awesome, thanks very much! Thanks for posting about the noise free operation too, you don't know how happy that makes me. *big smile*

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Hope you enjoy the pedals Tim!
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby PeteeBee » Sun Aug 21, 2016 10:35 pm

Just scooped up the tree bark colored one in the BST section. This will be the first time I've ever purchased a pedal I have already sold, but it's just so sweet.

Is there any history of when the different designs are from? I'd be hecka curious. My last one was green/pyramids, this one is big-box vinyl-wrapped bark.
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby goroth » Mon Aug 22, 2016 1:31 am

https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/drscienti ... 163954540/

As far as I know there have not been any substantial circuit changes.
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby PeteeBee » Mon Aug 22, 2016 2:35 am

That is so cool! I can't believe there have been that many, and that doesn't even include the small box designs. Damn!
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby goroth » Mon Aug 22, 2016 4:44 am

I know right! And it's cool that it's so well documented. I totally understand why they went from the vinyl finishes, and it is rad that they change up the appearance of the pedals so often but still... dem vinyls!!!
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Re: Reverberators, Noise, and Trouble-shooting...

Postby Guit_fishN » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:23 pm

Hi,

I have just purchased my 3rd mini Reverberator! They are cool pedals . . . I can't help it!

The most recent acquisition is an older model (I think) and I wanted to ask about its functionality. It is the Radical Red Reverberator. The only cosmetic changes I see are the footswitch. The other two I have have a Cusack/soft touch (I believe?) and the RR is just a standard click.

I read above that there haven't been any circuit changes, but, the RR has a very noticeable gain increase compared to the other two and the LED throbs and changes color.

I just wanted to ask if the earlier RR displayed any of these characteristics or they sounded exactly the same as the later ones?

Thanks for your time Ryan (and team).

EDIT: I popped the back on both--the RR is from 2010 (#115) and the red TV front is from 2012 (#1343).

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