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Best Reverb?

Postby Tunelowplayslow » Wed May 17, 2017 12:08 pm

Hey all, just wondering if anyone has advice on reverbs. They all tend to be pricey, and I love what I've heard from Earthquaker; if you have experience with the Levitation, Ghost Echo, Afterneath etc. I'd love to hear from you!
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Re: Best Reverb?

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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby jrfox92 » Wed May 17, 2017 1:13 pm

I like the Mellowtone Dunk Tank. :idk:
It's a nice little Belton reverb.
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby odontophobia » Wed May 17, 2017 1:59 pm

Tunelowplayslow wrote:Hey all, just wondering if anyone has advice on reverbs. They all tend to be pricey, and I love what I've heard from Earthquaker; if you have experience with the Levitation, Ghost Echo, Afterneath etc. I'd love to hear from you!


Afterneath gets weird in good ways. Although I've been using it less lately.

My bandmates both play Ghost Echo verbs and I have no complaints.

I play a Boss RV-2, Boss RV-3, and a Blackout Cadavernous (way into the swell feature it provides).
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby t-rey » Wed May 17, 2017 9:04 pm

I've had a Ghost Echo on my board for years now - not played a ton of others, but felt no need to. FWIW I liked it a lot better than the TC Trinity, a little more than the RRR, and it's better than my amp reverb (which is an actual spring reverb?).

Having said that, a huge modulated reverb is absolutely on my short list right now....likely a Supermoon or Bitquest.
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby fever606 » Thu May 18, 2017 1:46 pm

I keep trying over verbs and keep coming back to the RV-3... RRR is a close second... I'm probably the only person that was underwhelmed by the Ghost Echo, but I'd like to try the Levitation...
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Re: Best Reverb?

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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby odontophobia » Fri May 19, 2017 6:31 pm

I have a few reverb pedals.
EQD Ghost Echo
EQD Afterneath
Blackout Effectors Cadavernous
Boss RV-2
Boss RV-3

I feel like I should be doing some demos. Power for the people.
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby conky » Sat May 20, 2017 7:26 am

Levitation and Afterneath are great but I always keep going back to the Ghost Echo. It's the most natural sounding reverb I've ever used. Matt uses a Caroline.... Meteore maybe? I can't remember the model... it's either that or the Kilobyte. One is a delay, the other a reverb, but anyway... his clean tone with reverb is the best I've ever heard. Those are worth checking out. If I had extra money I'd get one but I doubt I'd use the extra features on it and go back to the Ghost Echo eventually.
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby Iommic Pope » Sat May 20, 2017 9:36 am

t-rey wrote:I've had a Ghost Echo on my board for years now - not played a ton of others, but felt no need to. FWIW I liked it a lot better than the TC Trinity, a little more than the RRR, and it's better than my amp reverb (which is an actual spring reverb?).

Having said that, a huge modulated reverb is absolutely on my short list right now....likely a Supermoon or Bitquest.

I'd really like to get another Trinity.
Even if you didn't like any of the on board verbs, the Tone Print and editing software really opened shit up.
RV3s are very nice, too.
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby t-rey » Sat May 20, 2017 4:29 pm

odontophobia wrote:I have a few reverb pedals.
EQD Ghost Echo
EQD Afterneath
Blackout Effectors Cadavernous
Boss RV-2
Boss RV-3

I feel like I should be doing some demos. Power for the people.


YES. Can the Afterneath do Supermoon style things?

conky wrote:Levitation and Afterneath are great but I always keep going back to the Ghost Echo. It's the most natural sounding reverb I've ever used. Matt uses a Caroline.... Meteore maybe? I can't remember the model... it's either that or the Kilobyte. One is a delay, the other a reverb, but anyway... his clean tone with reverb is the best I've ever heard. Those are worth checking out. If I had extra money I'd get one but I doubt I'd use the extra features on it and go back to the Ghost Echo eventually.


Extremely hard to beat the Ghost Echo for regular verb, I think. Plus mine oscillates, so that's pretty cool too.

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t-rey wrote:I've had a Ghost Echo on my board for years now - not played a ton of others, but felt no need to. FWIW I liked it a lot better than the TC Trinity, a little more than the RRR, and it's better than my amp reverb (which is an actual spring reverb?).

Having said that, a huge modulated reverb is absolutely on my short list right now....likely a Supermoon or Bitquest.

I'd really like to get another Trinity.
Even if you didn't like any of the on board verbs, the Tone Print and editing software really opened shit up.
RV3s are very nice, too.


Idunno...might be a good idea. Did you make your own toneprint, or are the available ones rad on their own?
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby Iommic Pope » Sat May 20, 2017 6:42 pm

There are a heap of ready made rad ones.
I did make one that did some creepy background pitchy, flangey wobble thing, that was kinda cool.
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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby odontophobia » Sat May 20, 2017 9:41 pm

t-rey wrote:
odontophobia wrote:I have a few reverb pedals.
EQD Ghost Echo
EQD Afterneath
Blackout Effectors Cadavernous
Boss RV-2
Boss RV-3

I feel like I should be doing some demos. Power for the people.


YES. Can the Afterneath do Supermoon style things?


no clue. it's pretty cool though. and it has 6-knobs that can help make weird noise.

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Re: Best Reverb?

Postby antennafarm » Fri May 26, 2017 12:07 am

Another bang on the drum for the Ghost Echo. It's not the superfreakiest of the bunch but it rules.
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