TC Electronic NR-1 Nova Reverb Review

The TC Electronics NR-1 is the most expensive reverb pedal on the market. It is also the best, most indestructible, most customizable of all reverb pedals. Where to start? First of all, the NR-1 has stereo in/out, 5 studio-quality stereo reverb types, 2 switchable settings (manual and preset, so you never lose the preset sounds) and DynaMix dynamic ducking reverb. There’s adjustable delay length, pre-delay, color (tone from low to hi).
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Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb Review

The Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb is an industrial-strength stereo-effects pedal. One of the most versatile digital reverb boxes this reviewer has ever tested, it has 6 different Modes (Spring, Plate, Hall, Room, Gate, and Modulate) that are selectable by the Mode knob. It also has knobs for Level, Tone, and Time. The RV-5 features stereo input and output, an option that’s cool as all hell, as you can use it in line after a stereo effects unit, including a synth or keyboard.
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Boss FRV-1 ’63 Fender Reverb

The Fender Spring Reverb was an integral component of surf music – in many ways launching the genre – and (while surf may have fallen out of favor) has since become a common addition to country, blues and rockabilly. But what if you don’t own an early 60s tube-powered Fender Reverb unit, or don’t want to lug it around with you to gigs? Working with Fender themselves, Boss have used their COSM modeling technology to produce what bills itself as the ultimate stompbox size emulation: the FRV-1 ’63 Fender Reverb.
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