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One Control Prussian Blue Reverb B-Stock

One Control Prussian Blue Reverb B-Stock

Regular price $229.00 CAD
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This is a B-STOCK pedal. There are some dings on the case but the pedal is 100% functioning as it should. 

The History

A reverb effect simulates a mild reverberation that is created when a sound is reflected in space. Every sound the is emitted for any instrument instrument accompanies reverberation in space before reaching human ears.

The PRUSSIAN BLUE REVERB creates an ideal and genuine reverberation. Acoustically, the most prestigious music venues are designed with the perfect reverberation in mind. Technologically, creators may use plates, springs and digital reverb in order to pursue the ideal reverberation.

This reverb pedal is different from other effect pedals that cloned historical simulations and reverberation styles. I wanted to create a reverb effect that would be wanted by guitar and bass players.

The Design

What I didn't want to do was create an overbearing and powerful spring reverb or a reverb tone produced as a deluding effect at an higher octave. I wanted to pursue the ideal reverb tone but also wanted to highlight the instrument. The custom program is recorded on a 24-bit digital chip. Its dry signal is analog, which is not converted to digital.

Ideal reverb tones for guitarists and bassists are neither spring, hall, nor room. I've created a mixture of all their strengths and brought them to the forefront. To put in more relative terms, it’s closer to the hall tone than to spring but not as bright as hall reverb. See what I mean?

By randomly modulating the decay time of reverb signals, it creates the effectsby which sounds spread in the space while remaining mono. This random modulation is programmed to imitate the string vibration property of guitars and basses. This is a property unique to the PRUSSIAN BLUE REVERB, different from the conventional reverb algorithm that creates layers of individually recorded reverberation. It is natural and solid but not too plain, and is most similar to "the" reverb tone players constantly seek.
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