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Incoming Reverb Pedal

 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 1:07 am    Post subject: Incoming Reverb Pedal Reply with quote

So after a lot of uming and ah-ing I decided to finally take the plunge and buy myself a reverb pedal. I've also just bought a Cioks power supply too so I can run a cleaner signal chain, and jam more pedals onto my pedaltrain mini.

But anyway I decided to go for a TC Trinity T2. I was looking for a reverb that could do some big ambient reverb sounds for a project I've been working on for a while but I also wanted the pedal to be able to provide the more subtle reverb sound I'll be using for my base jazz tone.

The Trinity is certainly a more extreme sounding pedal by the looks of the demos, but the toneprint feature was what really piqued my interest. Will be looking forward to trying all the different sounds the pedal can make.


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