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Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine Review

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Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Robert

I have played everything from crusty punk metal to soft lush shoegaze and I am always searching for a unique sound that could be used to really add depth and break away from sounding like everyone else.

…a good addition to expand your sound…

Behringer RV600 Reverb MachineI use Garageband to do home recordings and I instantly fell in love with their Deep Space setting on their Track Reverb.

It changes every tone and setting and instantly transports you into an alpha wave dream state where your body and mind separate and your mind dissipates into the dust particles that slowly float within the sunbeam of your soul.

I wanted to recreate that sound live, but don’t want to fork out a ton of money… and I found it with the Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine.

Features:

This pedal is Cheap! I paid less that $50.00 for it.

It features sounds such as Spring, Plate, Room, Echo, Ducking, Cave and that Deep Space setting. It has controls for Mix, Decay, Time, Tone and Trails and has a bypass mode.

Did I mention it’s cheap?!

Ease of use:

This pedal is very easy to use and it’s very responsive to the controls.

Sound Quality:

I am in love with the Deep Space and now I can use this in a live setting with the touch of a pedal. It sounds very expansive.

Every single note hangs and hangs and hangs and bleeds into the other.

Reliability:

This pedal is largely inexpensive due to its’ construction.

It’s not something to pound or jump on. But it has not failed.

Overall Rating:

Reverb is often an over-looked effect since it comes with a lot of amps.

The Behringer RV600 is a good addition to expand your sound without having to take out a loan for a more expensive guitar pedal.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Robert

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