Gear Aquisition Syndrome is a serious disorder.... FX etc

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BY handsoffmatt
#730810
Molly, the BOSS RV-6 is a significant tonal upgrade from the RV-5. It sits up there with the best of 'em, and if you're not looking for a high degree of tweakability, it is definitely worth a look for lush, 3d textural reverb.

It has Expression Pedal input too!
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BY TmcB
#730818
handsoffmatt wrote:Molly, the BOSS RV-6 is a significant tonal upgrade from the RV-5. It sits up there with the best of 'em, and if you're not looking for a high degree of tweakability, it is definitely worth a look for lush, 3d textural reverb.

It has Expression Pedal input too!

I've got one of those on the way myself. I'm not usually a Boss fan (apologies to you :lol: ) but the RV6 has got some very high praise from Ambient nerds
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BY Aquila Rossa
#730836
I'm not usually a Boss fan


So, so many pro players use those Boss digital delay pedals. They do the job I guess. I have a nostalgic thing for the old Boss heavy metal pedal I bought in about 1986. Probably horrid, i dunno, but i loved it back then. The other thing Boss have always done pretty well is chorus pedals. The ones i have had just sounded right.
BY null_pointer
#730837
Aquila Rossa wrote:
I'm not usually a Boss fan


So, so many pro players use those Boss digital delay pedals. They do the job I guess. I have a nostalgic thing for the old Boss heavy metal pedal I bought in about 1986. Probably horrid, i dunno, but i loved it back then. The other thing Boss have always done pretty well is chorus pedals. The ones i have had just sounded right.


Re: Chorus, I'd hazard a not-very-scientific guess and say the vast majority of the last 30 years of chorus you've heard recorded has probably been the Boss. Certainly all the Cure you heard was.